Up to 100 hours of use: recommended for occasional use.
The drawstring lets you swim with peace of mind.
Shorty style to cover the hips and the buttocks.
Swimming for beginners: beginner swimmers who are starting to swim and need ease and comfort. Above all, she is looking for a water-based physical activity for its well-being and health benefits. For her, NABAIJI offers a wide range of swimwear that allows her to swim with products suited to swimming, but that also meet anatomical requirements.
Swimsuit briefs specially designed for swimming activities. With its flat elastic waist band and drawstring, it ensures support and hold during your swimming sessions, whatever your level.
Material: 80% polyamide / 20% elastane. Chlorinated water can be harmful to swimsuits which are used repeatedly in the swimming pool. The elastane fibre that gives the material its stretch property and therefore makes it comfortable, is also very fragile when in contact with chlorine. If you swim occasionally this material will be fine for you. If you swim regularly or intensively, opt for a 100% polyester material.
Restrictions of use
Not recommended for use on slides.
SCORE TO COMPARE THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF PRODUCTS
The environmental impact of the product is calculated over its entire life cycle using different indicators. An overall score (ABCDE) is attributed to help you easily identify the products with the best environmental performance by comparing products of the same type with one another (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks, etc.).
Decathlon chose to apply this voluntary environmental labelling scheme.
For more info: http://sustainability.decathlon.com/
Why doesn’t my swimsuit have a hygienic sticker?
As of 2022, all women’s swimwear designed at Decathlon are made without plastic stickers. If all the stickers were in a line, that would make 940km of plastic saved every year!
This meaningful decision is strongly based on protecting our planet and limiting the use of plastics.
Let’s make this responsibility a common commitment by making sure to keep one’s underwear on when one goes in the fitting room.