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Kid Swimwear

Water wings

Wear on the upper arms. The air inside the armbands provides buoyancy, helping the wearer float.

Swim vest

Swim jacket, promotes floatation and enhances confidence in the water. This type of child swimming jacket usually provides buoyancy at both the front and rear of the torso.

Woman Swimwear

One piece

Probably the most common form of swimsuit, this is the inspiration for the tank top as a mainstream article of clothing. The name "tank suit" is also supposed to be derived from the term "swimming tank", an obsolete term for what is now called a swimming pool.


Covers the whole body and head (but not face) in a manner similar to a diver's wetsuit.


One piece covers the breasts, the other the groin and buttocks, leaving an uncovered area between the two. Bikinis are available in stylistic variations.

Male Swimwear

Swim trunks

In the US, this describes a loose, mid-thigh style of swimwear, made of 100% polyester or 100% nylon fabric. They are usually shorter than boardshorts but longer than boxer shorts. They feature a polyester liner inside the shorts.


A type of men's swimwear worn primarily by competitive athletes, somewhat resembling cycling shorts or compression shorts.

Swim brief

Swim briefs are now often made of a nylon and spandex composite, while some longer lasting suits are made from polyester. The style varies from a full seat to thong or g-string. Most swim briefs have a beige or white lining on the inside front made of a similar fabric.