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UV SKINZ UPF50+ Baby Boy Sun & Swim Suit-Ocean Blue/White-18/24m
- CERTIFIED UPF 50+ – UV Skinz prides itself in creating sun-protective clothing. This swimsuit is a certified UPF 50+ that blocks 98% of UV rays, so it will prevent burns and skin damage caused by exposure from the sun. UPF 50+ protection applies to both UVA and UVB rays. Get maximum protection with the Baby Girl Sun & Swim Suit!
- HIGH-QUALITY MATERIALS – UV Skinz Baby Girl Sun & Swim Suit is made of high-quality, breathable fabric. We’ve flat-locked every seam, so there is nothing to bind and pinch your baby’s skin. Additionally, the handy full-length front zipper has a protective inside flap and top tab.
- CHLORINE AND SALTWATER RESISTANT – This feature prevents the fabric from fading and is chlorine and saltwater resistant. By being chlorine and saltwater resistant the UV Skinz Baby Boy Sun & Swim Suit is long lasting and will easily hold its color.
- LIGHTWEIGHT AND QUICK DRYING – This suit has a low absorbency of water, and it also helps regulate the body temperature in cold waters or even after a swim. Allow your child to move with ease and feel warm after leaving the pool or the beach with UV Skinz.
- RELAXED FIT AND FUN PRINTS – UV Skinz showcases prints that are fun and vibrant. This swimsuit is available in many color options. The swimsuit also features raglan-cut long sleeves and a more relaxed fit than the traditional rash guard. Ruffle detail on sleeves, legs and pockets will have her looking adorable with maximum sun protection.
CharmLeaks Women Exercise Swimsuit Chlorine Proof Modest 1 Piece Swimwear Navy L
- Athletic boyleg competition one piece swimsuit,perfect for women,teens and junior
- Built with sewn-in soft bra pads for totally wirefree,provides suitable support and shape
- Designed with chlorine resistant and stretchy fabric for endurable and quick drying
- Racer back and splicing wide shoulder straps feature larger range of movement
- Front lined ensures modest coverage and sun-protection for outdoor water activities
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- Boyleg one piece sports swimsuits for women/ladies/girls
- Racerback and U back, boy shorts and high cut triangle bottom; choose whichever you like
- Nice color splicing decorated and wonderful-shaped waist cut design
- Double lined and bulit-in bras, chlorine resistant, push up, modest and tummy control
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Wantdo Women's Plus Size Swimdress Flower Printed Swimwear Cover Up Swimsuits Greenbanana US 18W-20W
- Tummy control lining: Soft and breathable, hides the tummy perfectly, makes you look slimmer.
- Cup Padding: Comfortable and wireless. Good supports and gathers your breast.
- Full bottom coverage: One piece swimsuit with bikini bottom under the skirt.
- Washing Suggestion: Hand wash cold and hang dry.
- Occasion:Beach, resorts, swimming pools, party, holiday, night event.
Uhnice Womens Unitard Swimwear One Piece Surfing Suit, Black/Green, XXX-Large(US14-16)
- Bra Cup: Removable and replaceable. Built-in, Wire-free.
- Care: Cold water. Hand wash with mild soap. Dry flat.
- Professional fabric,high elastic and comfortable, washable,quick drying and breathable.
- According to the customers' fit feedback, we have corrected the size information since 2018-3-1. Please refer to the size measurement below before buying.(Please allow 1-2cm differs due to manual measurement.)
- Special Size-Standard
AlvaQ Womens Summer Sexy Ladies 2 Piece Swimsuit Skirted Swimwear Tankini Top for Juniors 2XL Purple
- Top quality halter printed relax-fit tankini swimsuit with skort bottom
- Occasion: summer swimwear, beachwear, party, vacation
- Package Includes: 1 x Tankini and 1 x Skirted
- Matching Skirted bottoms offer modest seat coverage for maximum comfort and support during your outdoor water activities.
- Please make sure the seller is Alvaq. Other sellers are using CHEAP MATERIAL and LOW QUALITY so make sure to check before purchasing.=This item is only provided by Alvaq, and did not authorize any second stores to sell our items!!
Kanu Surf Men's Barracuda Swim Trunks (Regular & Extended Sizes), Camo Black, X-Large
- Camo-pattern swim trunk featuring elastic waistband with drawstring closure and triple-needle side seams and rises
- UPF 50+ quick-dry microfiber
- Mesh lining
Kanu Surf Girls' Big Alania Flounce Bikini Beach Sport 2 Piece Swimsuit, Alice Purple, 12
- High quality UPF 50 plus nylon tricot
- Lined front and back
- Available in sizes 2 through 14
Gymboree Little Girls' 2-Piece Floral Swimsuit, Periwinkle Blooms, XL
- UPF 50+
- Zip accent
- Allover print
- Fully lined
Hurley Men's Phantom One and Only Board Shorts, Cool Grey, 38
- Recycled Phantom fabric is stretchy and dries quickly.
- 20" length lets you move freely.
- EZ fly closure secures the fit.
CUPSHE Women's Apricot Push Up Halter Bikini Set
- Fabric: Chinlon
- Design: Apricot halter top and strappy detailing design bottom
- About Cup Style: With padding bra
- Garment Care:Hand Wash and Hang Dry. Recommend with Cold Water. Do not Use Bleach.
- The pattern is one of a kind - The exact pattern you receive will be slightly different than the one shown.
Is the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue with Marisa Miller Still Relevant Today?
The new Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition is available, this time with its cover being graced by none other than Marisa Miller,
Marisa has been in every issue of the SI Swimsuit Issue since 2002, but this is her first cover. You may have also seen her in the Andrew Marc and Michael Stars advertising campaigns. But in this day and age how relevant is the SI Swimsuit edition to begin with; magazines as diverse as Maxim and FHM and even specialty mags dealing with interests as diverse as Tattoos and Automobile Culture have racy pictures of women on them with every issue. In fact it is difficult to find a men's magazine that doesn't have a picture of a young girl on its cover.
Historically, the SI Swimsuit edition does try to portray women in some context, similar to the way that women are seen during the Victoria Secret's Fashion Show on CBS every year. It isn't a tasteless publication, and due to the rarity of it's schedule, is a bit unique. It would be the same as if a publication like Men's Health or GQ waited once a year to do the same, then again Esquire does have their "Women We Love" feature/pictorial. So how best to really put into perspective the service that SI offers us, once a year?
How about the distinction between ogling and going ga ga over women always, all of the time, for no particular reason, as opposed to having some taste and discretion about it. Think about it; SI, Esquire, GQ and other refined men's magazines offer us a beautiful, sexy woman every now and then, and at that typically just one woman. Those other magazines offer us women every single issue, plenty of them, but then still those women belong to a distinct minority because they have other things to do than merely model for magazines as a career. Then yet still you have the bottom of the bunch; hordes of nameless men's magazines that are rather forgettable and offer little, if anything, in the way of literature and feature an endless series of pictures of women.
This is about as close to true adult material as you can get; where they do not even interview the women anymore (or if they do it's like, 3 to 5 questions, max) there are no raucous jokes, nothing. If anyones noticed, magazines like Maxim proclaim to be controversial but when you really read them, (yes they can be read) they aren't half bad. There's a fine line between reading, or viewing, those magazines and ordering the DVDs that are often sold in the back pages. Do you want Britney Spears, Beyonce, Amerie, Rhianna or Halle Berry, just enough to remind you exactly why you like but not too much to where you've lost all respect, or do you wany anonymous, nameless women that are only known by you and the rest of the readership but are hard pressed to become household names?
The real issue, is that too many of us have the SI Swimsuit issue on the coffee table, in fact the misses was the one that encouraged us to get it (no really); men who don't even subscribe to the magazine will definitely buy that one at the newsstands, while the rest of us are flipping through Maxim at the local bookstore. What's worse yet is when a writer is reading their editorial guidelines and trying to figure a way that fit that one into his career (I understand the money isn't half bad) without everyone else knowing about it. So at the end of the day, are you that guy with a true, genuine appreciation for women with timeless beauty that doesn't mind a racy picture every now and then are you trying to find excuses to read those magazines that do everything possible short of exploiting them because you either do not want to spend the money or undertake the shame of looking at the stuff that you really do want (which despite trends, will never really ever be socially acceptable in America)? Ideally, we'd all be above the fray and wouldn't have to be either, but given a choice, the former seems preferable, the SI Swimsuit issue will never go out of style ...