So, the swimming world has become the next sport to yield to technological advancements.
A few years ago, swimsuits were the enemy. After all, they created drag for the swimmer and, therefore, most swimmer took a smaller-the-better approach.
But the latest advancements in technology by the major swimwear manufacturers has changed all that. The new suits are not only made of hydro-repellent fabric, but also use compression materials to help keep the swimmer streamline. In fact, the swimsuit’s qualities became such a factor that it caused FINA to restrict the body-coverage.
For males, FINA ruled that the suit must not go below the knee or above the waist. This style is now known as a Jammer.
|Hammerhead Silver Armour Jammer Review
|Sporti Light Wave Piped Splice Jammer
A good multipurpose swim jammer that is strong enough and priced low enough for a swimmer to use in training and competition without breaking the bank.
|Sporti Solid Compression Swim Jammer
One of the most popular swim jammers for regular use. The suit is comfortable, chlorine resistant and economy-priced.
|Nike Hydra HD3 Jammer
The Nike Hydra HD3 jammer is one of the company's high-end suits. The suit includes several advanced features, including bonded seems that are aligned with the water flow direction. A good suit after you are done with your entry-level suit.
|Nike Swim Swift II Jammer
The Nike Swim Swift is Nike's entry-level swim jammer. The suit includes several features that are normally reserved for higher-end suits, including zone tension technology, which helps with muscle compression.
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