- - Tested to provide 200+ Hours of Pure Performance.
- - Comfortable & Flexible
- - 360 Degree Range of Motion
Performance meets fashion with the Women's American Flag Crosscutfit Swimsuit. Constructed with Durafast Lite, the TAF7A suit is 30% lighter weight than Durafast Elite swimsuits and allows for a 360 degree range of motion.
Featuring a medium neckline, sleek/flexible straps, open back and moderate cut leg, TYR Crosscutfit swimsuits are perfect for athletes who want reliable coverage that won’t weigh them down.
Durafast Lite swimsuits can sustain 200+ hours of performance while maintaining a comfortable hold on your body. They also feature built-in UPF 50+ capabilities for ultimate sun protection. Show your American pride with this patriotic one piece swimsuit!
Content: 88% Polyester / 12% Spandex
- - Keeps You Feeling Light & Dry
- - 30% Lighter Weight Than Durafast Elite ™
UPF 50+ Protection
All TYR Performance Swim Suits offer UPF 50+ Protection.
- - Medium Neckline
- - Sleek, Flexible Straps
- - Open Back
- - Moderate Cut Leg
|Would You Recommend||Yes (2) No (0)|
Love this suit!
Jan 8, 2015 | Posted by | Gender: Female Sport Interest: Swimming Age: 18-24
The only reason I give 4 stars to this suit's fit is because the material is a little thin for my larger chest size... However, if that is not an issue for you, then the suit is great overall!
6 people found this review helpful
Measurement chart is slightly off.
Dec 16, 2014 | Posted by | Gender: Female Sport Interest: Swimming Age: 18-24
I purchased this suit and loved the look when I took it out of the box; however, the suit was too loose. I followed the chart and got the suggested size. If you're thinking of purchasing this suit go for a smaller size because the material is thin and stretchy.
The aesthetic of the suit is nice when dry, but the suit loses its appeal when it's wet. Aside from it being a bit too large and the thinness of the cloth, it's an ok suit for lap swimming.
7 people found this review helpful
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