If you're looking a more unconventional tech-suit then turn your eyes towards the Diana Poseidon. If you're tired of seeing Speedo Lzr's and Arena Carbon Flex's then you might want to give these a go. The suits have all the technical racing aspects that you would expect from any competitive swimsuit. Compression, panelled construction and bonded seams come as standard. But what really makes them stand out from the crowd is the specially textured surface of the material.
Hello competitive swimmers! Just a quiock update to say that we've just received our first shipment of the NEW colours of Speedo's flagship racing suit the LZR Racer X. The new versions feature a blue flame design on matte black LZR material with shimmering gold X shaped piping along the sides.
When youngsters are starting out in their first competitions, at some point down the line they'll probably start looking at racing swimsuits. For any competition beyond their friendly club atmosphere they'll require a FINA approved swimming costume. The "FINA Approved" mark signifies that the swimwear has been tested, and adheres to the rules laid down by the governing body of swimming.
Speedo have recently released some junior specific versions of their much loved Fastskin LZR Racer X tech suits. The junior jammers and kneeskin come in a professional black/gold colour combination just like the adult black/gold version, but have several different features aimed at the younger swimmer.