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01/09/2019 My waist is 38, what is the bottom of the leg size on the Piped Splice Swim Jammer? Edit
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For complete sizing details/ measurements, please see the sizing guide here.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 01/10/2019
02/26/2018 Is this a tech suit? My boy is not allowed to wear one, so I just to be sure. Thanks! Edit
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The Sporti Piped Splice Swim Jammer Swimsuit is NOT a tech suit, it is just a regular Jammer!  

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 02/26/2018
02/02/2018 Do the jammer suits have drawstrings? Edit
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Yes

Answered by david on 02/03/2018
11/24/2017 does this jammer have an internal liner? Edit
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This suit is front lined.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 11/30/2017
06/28/2017 Is this a durafast swim suit material - chlorine resistant? Edit
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This suit is made from 80% Nylon / 20% Black Lycra® Xtra Life and would be considered chlorine resistant due to the Xtra Life material. You can extend the lifespan of the suit by rinsing in freshwater after each use and allowing to airdry out of direct sunlight. 

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 06/28/2017
05/04/2017 is there a key pocket at the waistband? Edit
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No....but they are very comfortable.

Answered by rick on 05/06/2017
12/06/2016 do the inseams vary on men's suits. I want a shorter suit Edit
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The inseams will vary on men's suits. If you are looking for something with a shorter inseam you can take a look at the Sporti Solid Swim Square Leg Swimsuit.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 12/09/2016
08/07/2016 Hi, I have 42" waist, and 40 hips,I swim a mile 6 days a week. Lycra turns white and dissolves. I like the sport piped splice swim jammer swimsuit. WHAT SIZE WOULD LIT BEST? I just want it to feel good in the water. Tight but not cutting off breating or chafing.Thigh above knee 17 inches. Edit
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Hi Craig, We do not currently have any of the Sporti jammer swimsuits available with your provided measurements. Swim suit sizes are not standard and will vary from brand to brand and often depend on the style and materials.
My best advice when choosing a suit is to compare your measurements to the sizing chart provided by the manufacturer for each suit you are interested in. Often swimmers will wear multiple sizes in different suits.

You can see the sizing chart by clicking on the BLUE letters that say "View Sizing Chart". This is found just above the sizes available for each suit on the product's page.

A helpful link for understanding swimsuit fabric and durability can be found here:
https://www.swimoutlet.com/helpcenter/articles/203056800-How-to-Choose-a-Men-s-Lap-Swimming-Suit

Answered by Kelli on 08/07/2016
08/01/2016 What material is used to make this suit? Edit
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The Sporti Piped Splice Swim Jammer Swimsuit is made up of the following:



  • Shell (black): 80% Nylon / 20% Black Lycra® Xtra Life for a deeper, darker black.

  • Shell (color): 80% Nylon / 20% Lycra® Xtra Life.

  • Lining: 90% Nylon / 10% Spandex.

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/29/2016
07/28/2016 Has anyone used these jammers to put under your regular swimsuit at the beach? Trying to find a solution to help my son avoid the horrible sand rash he gets from swimming at the beach. Edit
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Hi Michelle, I imagine this idea should work for him. These are usually worn in competition swimming but if his trunks are not working, this would be a safe substitute as it is a tighter fitting fabric that should help with sand. Another possible idea you might try would be an anti-chafing spray such as Trislide (https://www.swimoutlet.com/p/trislide-4oz-10450/).

Answered by SwimOutlet.com on 07/07/2016