Kid’s swimwear is designed for children to wear while participating in aquatic sports such as swimming, surfing, diving, and others. From the aspect of gender, children's swimsuits are separated into boys' and girls' swimsuits.
Size, workmanship, quick dryness, elasticity, environmental protection, brand, and many other factors should be considered while purchasing swimwear for children. So, how do you go about purchasing a comfortable, safe, professional, and long-lasting children's swimsuit? Let's look at it from four different perspectives.
1. Color: First and foremost, we should seek the child's viewpoint. If the child lacks a strong will, we should strive to select more vibrant, vivid colors. Of course, there is a notion that color should not be lost.
2. Style: Boys are still advised to wear flat trunks surrounded by larger triangle swim trunks, and personal counsel to larger boys is to wear flat trunks. Unless you are competing in a professional competition or training, girls should wear an upper and lower garments split swimsuit. It is not recommended to wear a one-piece swimsuit.
3. Size: Always choose the appropriate size. Avoid wearing a big swimsuit for reasons of comfort and professionalism. If you want your child to wear a swimsuit for an extended period, choose one with decent elasticity and that is not too tight.
A one-piece swimsuit should not be chosen for children under three years of age as it will be difficult to urinate in a one-piece swimsuit while swimming.
4. Fabric: Most swimsuit fabrics are composed of about 20% spandex and 80% nylon, and high-quality fabrics should be able to maintain high ductility and elasticity, and even if the suit is too tight, it will not feel too saggy for the child to wear. Furthermore, the fabric is durable and will not deform over time; if the waist is fitted with an elastic band, it is advisable to have it to prevent the design from flipping over. When used in the pool outside of activity, the most suitable fabric with quick-drying properties does not remove a great deal of moisture or too much heat from the body and has some skin-benefitting properties as well.