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Soak up the heat in the Aquashape Black/Mint Conservative High Neck Clasp Back One Piece swimsuit. With the high neck closure and accent color trim, you will find this is one of your favorite suits this season!

Features & Benefits:
  • Chlorine-resistant fabric will not fade or stretch for long lasting wear
  • Sturdy neck clasp closure
  • Full shelf bra with removeable cups
  • Fully lined with 100% polyester for add comfort and protection
  • Available in two colorways
Add this aquatic fitness piece to your collection today!

Fabric Content: 91% Polyester / 9% Spandex
Fabric Care

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Would be great with some modifications

I bought this suit after I had to return a different one that had been advertised as having removable cups, but didn't. This one does have removable cups so you can get rid of those ridiculous pads that someone decided are necessary because apparently we can't acknowledge that women have nipples (even though men go shirtless). Anyway, once you pull out those horrendous things, this suit is mostly okay. There are a few design flaws that could be fixed to make this okay suit great. First, the back clasp is a huge pain. I would much prefer those plastic ones that actually snap. This is a smooth metal hook that you never really feel positive about. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that the loop part you put over the hook is way too big. So, you are trying to scrunch on this smooth hook, around your back, this loop that doesn't fit. The loop needs to be smaller and the seams need to be less bulky to make it work. Speaking of the seams, they are huge. The piping, which I admit looks nice, makes the seamed edges really large. This not only adds to the problem with the back hook, but it also means the armhole seams rub against the underside of my arms with each stroke. I've actually developed some calloused skin under my arms from this. The piping is also a problem at the waist. The suit I ordered is my typical size, but it's a bit large in the top and has some room in the bottom. I should order a size smaller, but I can't because that piping in the waist means it has very little stretch. So, even if the rest of the suit in a smaller size would fit, I wouldn't be able to get that middle part over my ample rear end. My suggestion would be to axe all that decorative piping and just give us a basic suit for lap swimming.