HOW TO CHOOSE MEN'S SWIMWEAR

Swim briefs, boxers, swim shorts, jammer… So many different shapes that make choosing a swimming swimsuit complicated. Nabaiji is here to give you its top tips on how to choose the right men's swimming swimsuit!

A swimming swimsuit is chosen according to two criteria: your training frequency and the desired benefit.

FREQUENCY OF PRACTICE 

The number of times you train per week:

OCCASIONAL PRACTICE 

You are an "occasional" swimmer if you swim less than once a week.

REGULAR PRACTICE 

You are a "regular" swimmer if you swim once or twice a week.

INTENSIVE PRACTICE 

You are an "intensive" swimmer if you swim more than twice a week.

 

OCCASIONAL SWIMMER 

If you are an occasional swimmer, go for swimwear that makes you feel at ease and that will be comfortable to wear. The material used for this type of swimsuit is polyamide elastane.

The most suitable styles are swimming briefs, boxer shorts and swim shorts.

REGULAR SWIMMER 

If you are a regular swimmer, go for swimwear with good chlorine resistance. You should, therefore, opt for a swimsuit without elastane.

Also choose a shape that will provide good freedom of movement: swim briefs, boxer shorts or long boxers.

INTENSIVE SWIMMER 

If you swim intensively, go for a jammer.

It promotes muscle compression and muscle recovery.

The polyester it is made from is not only comfortable but also ultra-resistant to chlorine.

 

COMPETITIVE SWIMMER 

For competitions, opt for our jammer, approved for use in competitions by FINA (International Swimming Federation).

Its design features an ultra-thin, lightweight and tear-resistant material.

By wearing this jammer, you will benefit from better hydrodynamics, excellent buoyancy as well as fatigue reduction when swimming.

You will be sure to perform at your best!

 

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