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TYR Jr Pull Float

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Product Code: 1237


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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Pulling devices keep feet afloat for proper body position and create varying degrees of drag. • Smaller size for kids

For more information on pull buoys, read Swim Goggles Buying Guide

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  • 4.5 star rating (Based on 19 Reviews)

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    By from
    on 10/23/2013

    If your child needs to use a swim buoy for practices, adult ones are just too big.  These junior-sized ones are just right.

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    By from
    on 2/12/2013

    Got the jr. size for my son based on the product description.  He says it gives him just the right amount of "float" for his legs during practice.

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    By from
    on 9/4/2010

    Confortable piece.  My son is 9 years old and it is perfect for him.

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    By from
    on 7/3/2014

    I wish I could send it back too small for me!
    but too costy to send back and have it replaced;
    the web site is not really clear about being for kids.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 3/11/2014

    I prefer the smaller pull float to avoid back strain.
    The adult pull float was uncomfortable.  Good for lap swim
    pull drills used with the hand paddles.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 1/20/2014

    Daughter is a tall 9 yr old and this is perfect for her, heck it worked ok for me too, but I did want a larger one for myself.

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    By from
    on 12/1/2013

    I use this to keep my legs afloat while doing the breast and freestyle strokes.  I thought it would help exercise my upper body, but it also gives me a chance to rest while strengthening.  I highly recommend this.

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    By from
    on 10/22/2013

    I bought this for my granddaughter for use on her swim club in Washingtom.  She assures me it works great.

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    By from
    on 2/9/2012

    Works fine.

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    By from
    on 12/13/2011

    I purchased this for myself (adult swimmer) because the ones provided at the YMCA provide too much float and give me lower back pain.  This gives just the right amount of float for me for a pull buoy.  Love the pink color; it's very different.

ABOUT THIS BRAND

TYR


Founded in Southern California in 1985, TYR™ has since developed a reputation for high-quality products and equipment. TYR competition swimwear and triathlon gear have been a dominant force in their respective industries. The company is also known for its TYR goggles, swim apparel, triathlon wetsuits and a wide variety of swimming equipment.

TYR was the first company to introduce a pair of goggles designed to fit a woman's face (the TYR T-72). TYR was also responsible for the famous red bathing suits featured on the hit television series "Baywatch." TYR consults with current and former athletes when developing its products. Swimmers know that TYR is a leader in swimsuits, warm-up suits, and swim training equipment. The TYR Tracer Series is one of the most advanced technical suit lines on the market. The TYR Hurricane wetsuits and the TYR Torque collections include top-of-the-line suits for the competitive swimmer.

TYR has also moved into competitive running equipment. From running shirts to shorts, its apparel is designed with the runner in mind. Built with moisture wicking fabric and antimicrobial material, TYR running apparel is designed to give the athlete the most comfortable, dry clothing on the market.

The name "TYR" is derived from the Norse god of warriors, who is said to have embodied victory and glory. Much the same can be said about the athletes who started TYR. Executive Vice President, Steve Furniss, was an Olympian who competed in the 1972 and 1976 Summer Games, and captained the 76th U.S. Olympic Swim Team.