Best Jammer Swimsuit in 2020
Speedo Men's Swimsuit Solid Jammer Endurance + USA Adult, Black, 30 inch
TYR SDUR7A134 Durafast One Solid Jammer Black 34
- Performance driven
- Industry's most durable swim gear
- Accommodate athletes and water enthusiasts at every level
361 Men Jammers for Swimming Athletic Professional Swimsuits, Chlorine Resistant Durable Training Black, L(W29''-31'')
- 【Durable Use】：Shell 84% polyester/16% spandex. This swim jammer is made of durable material, soft to skin, you can wear for daily practice
- 【Chlorine Resistant Swimwear 】: quality swimwear for men and boys, bright pattern, retaining color and shape, quick dry, light weight. Good swim trunk for competition. Great Christmas Gift!
- 【Drawstring, Lining inside 】: elastic waistband with non-slip adjustable drawstring, lined at front.
- 【Comfortable Fit】: athletic swim suit, soft and snugg fit, help to reduce water drag. Anti bagging. Plus size for the big and tall.
- 【Stretch & Compression】: good stretchy competitive swimming trunks creates freedom of movement | Made with strong seam construction, No transparance
Speedo Youth Boy's Jammer Swimsuit-Endurance+Polyester Solid, Speedo Black, 28
- Endurance+ polyester fabric lasts 20 times longer to give you more value for your money
- Resists bagging, sagging, and the effects of suntan lotion, skin oils, and chlorine
- Core basic jammer styling for more coverage and comfort. Low moisture absorption and quick drying
- Inner drawstring waist for a secure fit
- Made by speedo, the world's #1 swim brand
BALEAF Men's Athletic Durable Training Polyester Jammer Swimsuit Black 34
- Chlorine resistant; Endurance polyester fabric last longer than traditional Nylon fabric, retaining color and shape
- Fully lined prevents fabric transparency and gives support
- Drawstring waist for an adjustable fit
- UPF 50+ sun protection by blocking UV rays
- PLEASE GO 1-2 SIZE UP THAN REGULAR. Hits above the knees; Great for lap swimming and competition
Speedo Men's Boys' Jammer Swimsuit-Pro LT, Navy, 28
- LONG-LASTING FABRIC: ProLT fabric is designed to give swimmers long-lasting durability and stretch
- QUICK-DRYING: Low-moisture absorption for fast comfort right out of the water
- NO PINCHING: A front gusset creates comfortable, breathable room around the crotch area
- DRAWSTRING: An inner drawstring allows for a customized and comfortable fit
- CHLORINE-RESISTANT: Resists fading, sagging, and bagging
- MATERIAL: 85% Polyester / 15% Spandex
Onvous AquaGenesis Mens SwimSuit Jammer (34)
- ✔ FAST PERFORMANCE | Ultra-light high-quality fabric results in optimal streamline & high-performance for both racing and training | Water resistant fabric designed to minimize water drag
- ✔ COMFORTABLE + LIGHTWEIGHT | Lightweight, smooth material creates optimal comfort with muscle compression | 4-way stretch creates freedom of movement for all four swimming strokes | Made with strong seam construction
- ✔ DRAWSTRING + LIGHTWEIGHT LINER | Includes built-in black adjustable drawstring on waistband | Includes lightweight, inner frontal liner for a secure and streamlined fit | Easy to put on & take off | Quick-dry fabric
- ✔ IMPROVED SIZE CHART | For compressed fit, order your normal pants/shorts size | For more relaxed, looser fit, order one size up | Refer to "Product Description" or Product Photos for sizing instructions | Mid-waist to above-the-knee fit
- ✔ 30 Day Money Back Guarantee + Free Return Shipping | 82% Polyester / 18% Spandex blend | Color: Metallic Navy | Outseam length (waistband-to-leg opening): 18-20 inches | Front rise length (groin-to-waistband): 8-9 inches
Nike Digi Arrow Jammer Size 34 Light Blue Fury
MY KILOMETRE Jammer Swimsuit Mens Solid Swim Jammers Endurance Long Racing Training Swimsuit (Pure-Black, Medium(W32-33))
- ✅【Remain Durable Throughout Use】 81% Polyester,19% LYCRA XTRA LIFE FIBER features of resistance to sagging and bagging, keeping swimwear fitting newer longer
- ✅【Dry Significantly Fast】 The practice suits are designed for training and fitness swimming, the Sailfish fabric is 100% chlorine resistant, fast drying and great shape retention
- ✅【Lining in the Front，Drawstring】The training Jammer/shorts feature of lined front and drawstring waist
- ✅【Soft and Comfortable】Low moisture absorption, Four-Way Stretch technology also provides soft comfort
- ✅【Chlorine Resistant】Hand wash cold water, hang or lay flat to dry.Don't iron or wash in hot water.Avoid direct sunlight
Speedo Men's Swimsuit Jammer Endurance+ Splice Team Colors
- Engineered from our exclusive, longest lasting and best selling Endurance+ fabric
- Chlorine resistant fabric designed to lasts 20 times longer than conventional swimwear fabrics
- 4 Way Stretch technology providing a body hugging fit, great shape retention and soft comfort
- Helps resist sagging and bagging, keeping swimwear fitting newer longer
- Non slip drawstring at waist
Speedo Men's Swimsuit-Solid Jammer, Powerflex Eco, 32, New Black
- Constructed from LYCRA XTRA LIFE fiber which helps retain shape up to 10X longer than traditional swimwear fabrics
- Form-fitting swim bottom featuring lined front and drawstring waist
- More resistant to fiber breakage in chlorine
- Helps resist sagging and bagging, keeping swimwear fitting newer longer
- Provides resistance to suntan lotions, skin oils and chlorine better than conventional fabrics
Scars, Marks, and Swimsuits: Why I Don't Wear a Bathing Suit in Public Any Longer
The journey of swimming and bathing suits as seen from a three-time cancer/Cowden Syndrome diagnosed perspective.
Physical scars from three cancer battles have been something I consider a problem for the past four years. At age 6, my first surgical scar was due to an AV malformation of the scalp. The surgeon cut the scar in the shape of a horseshoe to make it look better and my hair grew out by the time I was 9. Only my family and hairdresser knew it was there.
At age 9, the bigger scar became necessary. A dysgerminoma diagnosis left a 6 inch horizontal scar on my stomach. The vaguest of my memories includes my mom and the doctor talking about two piece bathing suits. He told her not to worry because the scar would fade with time. My belly button was destroyed in a follow-up surgery for cancer staging. I remained undeterred with two piece bathing suits. The scars were a part of me and it was worse my carrying them around than someone seeing them.
In 1992, the cancer returned and I added a small port-a-catheter scar.
Throughout the 1990's I added many more scars. The then undiagnosed Cowden Syndrome and my cancer diagnosis made a surgery necessary on average every 4 months. At the end of the decade, I had the large abdominal scar, two scars on my head, four scars on each breast, thyroid incision scars, and more.
I remained undeterred by swimsuits. Some summers I had one-pieces while others I had two. I accepted people would ask about my scars while in the swimming pool and they did. I told them and saw their faces fall. The statement, "you poor thing" didn't affect me as much then as now.
In 2020, I had a mastectomy and did not understand what it would do to my body. I didn't realize the extent of the scarring would be worse than anything I experienced to that point.
In spite of reconstruction, it is obvious even to one not paying attention I have undergone major scarring. The scarring of the breasts adds attention to others. I think back to the first time I had a scar that was obvious in a swimsuit and am grateful I didn't set that time out of the pool.
My 6 year old daughter had a swimming party for her Daises Girl Scout Troop last night. I wasn't the only mom in street clothes. One mom asked me why I wasn't swimming and qualified it with "probably the same reason I'm not." "I hope not", I thought. I didn't go into details as it would be pointless. I don't wear bathing suits in public because swimming is usually a fun activity and my speaking about cancer unless someone is looking for it is a major buzz-kill.
As I watched my children play in the pool, I noticed my 7 year old son sporting his new small abdominal scar from his own AV malformation. I wondered if he will ultimately have a body as disfigured from Cowden Syndrome and cancer as I do. I pushed the thought out of my mind and forced myself to live in the moment. My son has one more year of swimming lessons before he is finished. My daughter is no longer afraid of the water and will actually go under. Their world isn't about cancer and scars'"not yet.
After all these years, I understand more why my mom worried about swimsuits. She worried I would be asked questions I didn't want to answer. She was right but only because at 34 years old, I'm finally ready to put the past behind. It's too bad in this one case I can't'"not yet.