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SKU: 27MW5386
Product Code: 8137199
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  • The Champion Women's Micro Wings V-Neck Splice Tankini Top is highly versatile and ready for wet or dry fitness. Featuring a PerforMax fabric that is chlorine-resistant and stretchy and an interior shelf bra that keeps you secure at all times, this tankini top adds some style to your summer day.



    PerforMax Fabric

    • Built for athletic swim activities.
    • Chlorine-resistant.
    • Smooth, comfortable seams.
    • Fully lined.
    • Constructed for full range of motion.
    • Nylon/Xtra Life Lycra.




    • V-neck tankini top.
    • Micro Wings design.
    • Thick straps.
    • Interior foam shelf bra.
    • Fully lined.
    • Body Fabric: 82% Xtra Life Lycra/18% Spandex.
    • Lining: 100% Polyester.

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Champion® specializes in offering sportswear and athletic gear for everyone from beginners to professionals. Champion has a long history of providing athletic apparel and gear for athletes of all types. In 1935, they transformed the industry when they introduced the first cotton football jersey. Champion then revolutionized sportswear for women in 1972 when they developed the first sports bra, the world-famous Jogbra®.

Champion was originally founded in 1919 as the Knickerbocker Knitting Company by brothers Bill and Abe Feinbloom in Rochester, New York. Best known for sweatshirts, shirts, and athletic socks, they quickly became the brand of choice for college bookstores. By the 1930s, it was renamed Champion Knitting Mills, Inc.