So you’ve finally decided to head (back) to the pool and go for a swim? You’ve got your cap, goggles and towel ready but still not sure about your swimsuit?

An overly wide choice at the store and online with all the different shapes and materials – numerous brands vying for your attention – can make you hesitate or get you confused.

Choosing your swimsuit for swimming can quickly become a headache.

To help guide you in the right direction, Nabaiji is here to give you some good advice on how to choose the swimsuit most suitable for your level.


If you swim occasionally, less than once a week, choose a swimsuit that is, above all, comfortable:

Swimsuits with a Y-shaped racerback provide support.

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Swimsuits with an X-shaped cross back is suitable for all body types. They are available in one-piece or two-piece versions.

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Swimsuits with a U-shaped scoop back have a very feminine cut and is easy to put on.

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If you swim regularly, once or twice a week, choose a chlorine-resistant swimsuit. A swimsuit with an O-shaped open back is suited to your practice. This classic style will offer you greater freedom of movement.

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If you swim at least three times a week, choose a swimsuit with a very open back. They are highly chlorine resistant and are suitable for intensive swimming practice.

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You now have all the information you need to choose your swimsuit according to your level! All that’s left is for you to choose the pattern you like the best!

To complete your outfit, don’t forget your swim cap (compulsory in mot pools), swimming goggles and accessories for your training sessions: kickboard, pull buoy, hand paddles, etc.


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