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Reebok Swimista T Back One Piece

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SKU: 864576
Product Code: 7537888
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  • Swim in style in the Swimista T Back One Piece design.

    • One piece style.
    • Contrasting colored stripe design on top front and back.
    • T back design.
    • Back keyhole cut out design.
    • Athletic bust line support.
    • Bra constructions with fit/lift features.
    • Range of motion back.
    • 80% Nylon/20% XTRA LYCRA® Spandex.

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  • 9/3/2014 The Good, the Bad, and the Pretty

    2 Review Stars By Sally

    I'll start with a caveat: I have not tried this particular suit, but I've bought Reebok suits twice before at a sports store. They were reasonably priced, fit beautifully and looked really good on!  They were also comfortable in the water. Both times, however, the suits started fading the first time in the water. Having had one Reebok suit that wore out within 2 or 3 months of maybe once or twice a week wear, when I bought another one (drawn by how good they look), I positively babied it, only wearing it if I knew I was going straight home and could wash right away it in the special swim suit detergent I bought specifically for this suit. Again, it began to fade immediately and was stretched out within 3 months. So - if you want a functional suit that looks good by the community pool, where all you want to do is go for a dip, this suit is for you. If you swim regularly (or teach swimming, as I did at the time), be aware that this suit that looks so good on your body won't last very long.

    Atlanta, GA

    Fit: Feels true to size

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