Kneeskins are worn by both male and female swimmers. They are made of technologically advanced lycra-based fabrics designed to hug the body tightly and provide increased speed and decreased drag resistance in the water.
The kneeskin is similar in design to the full bodyskin absent the leggings beyond the knee. It also resembles a "shortie" style wetsuit only made of drag-reducing fabric instead of neoprene and commonly features a zippered back.
Widely recognised as the world's most successful racing suit, the kneeskin delivers a more technically advanced racing suit.
The culmination of years of research at sports universities, the kneeskin delivers a high compression-to-weight ratio, delivering awesome full body compression, with a light weight finish to maximise racing efficiency.
The unique 3D 3 piece design creates a second skin. The fabric minimises muscle oscillation and skin vibration for the ultimate racing form within FINA rules.
Speedo have introduced an even higher specification LZR Pulse+ fabric with a 40% increase in the fabric's durable water repellency.
After being banned for competitive swimming by FINA, these swimsuits are mainly used as fashion swimwear.
A wrestling singlet (or simply singlet) is a one-piece, tight-fitting uniform,
usually made of spandex, lycra, or nylon,
used in amateur wrestling.
It is tight fitting so as not to get grasped accidentally by one's opponent,
and allows the referee to see each wrestler's body clearly when awarding points or a pin.
Apart from wrestling is also works well as a comfy swimsuit.
The Hydrasuit was created by Speedo for competitive swimming, but today it is just a bold fashion statement, ideal for regular swimming, or to wear on the beach. Derived from women's swimsuit designs, it is now worn by men as well.
It offers more coverage than a 2 piece, with freedom of movement and comfort. Simple styling in classic colours and the great quality you expect from Speedo make this a staple favourite.
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