February 15, 2016 2 min read

Chlorine Resistant Swimwear

Chlorine resistant fabrics in swimwear have many many benefits. It has to last you not just one summer, but many- and still retain its shape and vibrant colours.

You don’t want a baggy, see through, stretched, thin swimsuit at the end of each season that you paid good money for which is why Capriosca Swimwear has incorporated chlorine resistant swimwear fabrics into its collections.

The benefits of Chlorine resistant fabric includes:

Long Lasting Wear

A swimsuitthat offers 100 percent resistance to chlorine can last up to six times longer than a standard piece of swimwear. This can make a big difference- especially if you are an avid swimmer or does regular swimming sessions.

A favourite by Capriosca Swimwear is the Luxe Sport Chlorine Resistant Swimsuit, featuring chlorine resistant fabric for high endurance and the monochrome waves pattern for simplicity and style.

Better Shape
When exposed to chlorine it can eat into the fabric of a swimsuit and slowly it will have an impact on the shape and make it a looser fit. Fortunately the fabric of chlorine resistant swimwear will have a higher proportion of polyester that helps to keep its shape.

Capriosca’s Ink and Water One Piece is slimming in black made from chlorine resistant long lasting fabric. It has a tie-side option, wide straps for support, shelf bra and moulded cups.

Better Colour
As chlorine is prevented from eating into the fabric, it means the colour of the swimwear will not fade over time. You can be confident that your swimsuit will continue to look great on the beach and in the water, instead of looking old and tired.

Our Styles

The One Piece with Bow by Capriosca Swimwear is striking with in either red or black and built for endurance featuring a power mesh front panel, and made from chlorine resistant shape retention fabric.

One of the newest additions to the Capriosca Swimwear collection is Underwire TankiniTop in a classic navy and white dot pattern. Made from chlorine resistant fabric, it also features removable pads, adjustable straps and creates a flattering A-line figure.



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