YingFa Sharkskin suits are a blend of 81%
polyester/19% chlorine resistant Lycra.
Aqua skin suits are a blend
of 82% polyester / 18% Chlorine resistant Lycra.
in swimming suit technology have produced polyester, the more durable form of nylon, and the new chlorine resistant lycra
Training suits should be comfortable to allow easy movements
with good coverage and support.
When selecting a size for competition,
it should be snug, but not too tight to put strain on the shoulders, pinch or ride up in the back.
In spite of the advance in fibre technology, chlorine will in time break down the fabric. When it starts
to "bag" or stretch out - it is time to replace your racing suit, and use the old one for training.
When trying on your YingFa suit, it is advisable to cover the feet with a plastic
bag to insure there will be not damage from toenails etc.