We've got the largest selection of women's swimwear! SwimOutlet has new arrivals from the industry's best performance brands like Speedo, TYR, Dolfin Uglies, Nike, Adidas, and Sporti.
You'll find the latest competition swimsuits in a variety of silhouettes. From technical two-pieces, crossback, tie back, flyback, thin strap, open back, racerback, to parkas, kneeskin tech suits, swim caps, and more!
Some of our training suit bestsellers include the TYR Diamondfit and Maxfit styles!
Competition swimwear and training swimsuits are designed with the latest fabric technology for maximum performance. Most athletic swimwear is chlorine-resistant to prevent fading and sagging over time. The Lycra fabric allows for minimal water absorption, making you faster than ever!
Swim teams and Waterpolo players need reliable training suits to last all season so most swimmers usually buy three or four of the same suit once they've found "the one" that fits their swimming needs.
Even if you're looking for a FINA-approved tech suit for your next race, our helpful guides and resources will ensure your racing swimsuit meets all current qualifications to swim at any level.
Lifeguard on duty
Just like swimmers, lifeguards need durable, long-lasting swimwear too. We have a wide variety of lifeguard swimwear, jammers, hoodies, bikini bottoms, boardshorts, and plus-size swimwear. We even offer a quantity discount for clubs and organizations!
What is a competition swimsuit?
- Women's swimsuits made specifically for swimming competitions are called "Competition Swimwear" or "Training Swimwear" and are designed to help reduce drag and friction in the water for faster swimming speed.
What is the best fabric for swimwear?
- Polyester fabric has been the #1 choice among swimmers for many years. Sometimes blended with Lycra, Polyester fabric is long-lasting, chlorine resistant, and tends to hold its shape swim after swim!
What is the advantage of choosing the right competition swimwear?
- The perfect fitting swimsuit will increase your range of motion while adding some compression, allowing you to glide through the water with little resistance and enhancing your overall performance.