-Exclusive UV Block the Burn® with UPF 50+ protective fabric features more body coverage for greater sun protection. -Tighter knit fabric for higher level of protection from the sun's harmful rays. -Improved fit so over-stretched product does not decrease the UPF rating. -Lightweight and dries quickly. -Ideal for pool and beach use. -87% Polyester/ 13% Spandex
GIRL'S SHORT-SLEEVE SWIM TOP Whether it's playtime at the pool or on the sand, she'll be protected in this printed rashguard. A comfortable short-sleeve design and built-in Block the Burn UPF50+ ensure comfortable and safe fun. -Blocks harmful rays with UV50+ Block the Burn sun protection -87% Polyester/ 13% Spandex
Superior chlorine resistant creora® highclo™ Spandex Sporty back style keeps straps in place. No Wedgie Worries for stay put coverage. Fabric: 80% Nylon/20% creora® highclo™ Spandex.
Constructed of quick-dry VaporPLUS fabric, they also feature with built-in sun protection. Block the Burn UV 50+ protection Elastic waistband w/front drawcord Side cargo pocket with drain holes Side seam pockets Length: 18'' outseam Fabric: 100% polyester brushed microfiber
GIRL'S SWIMSUIT When it's time for more coverage without sacrificing quality, you'll want her wearing this durable swimsuit. It's constructed from a special fabric created to keep its shape and color despite a season full of practices and meets. Special performance-enhancing design features a sporty racerback for increased mobility in the water and kid-proof grippers at the leg openings so she can move around comfortably while the suit stays put.
GIRL'S SWIM SET She'll be ready for long beach days ahead in this tankini. The sporty colorblock top features a back design that keeps straps in place, while the matching bottom has leg grippers for a stay-put fit. Maximum chlorine resistance ensures this swim set withstands all of her water adventures. -Creora® Highclo Spandex: Superior chlorine resistance fabric -80% Nylon / 20% Creora Highclo Spandex -Sporty back style keeps straps in place -No Wedgie Worries for stay put coverage
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