Waterwear is clothing designed to get wet so you can wear in the water. There is often some confusion about anoraks, cagoules, ponchos and rain capes. Sometimes terms are used for garments that are neither or something different.
There is a purpose for each type of outfit.
Some are better for boating and most watersports, others are better for swimming or hiking adventures.
Depending on your chosen sports or activities
you may want a short top to move freely and with good swimming ability,
or a long garment for more cover.
On this website you'll find tests and reviews by our keen swimmers who will check out any kit we get our hands on and write a review with web links to suppliers.
When we see interesting new products we write a brief report for our readers, either as part of an article or on a page of its own. This might happen at a shop, a trade show, or some other event.
First we try the products in the pool to see how they fit and feel to check how comfortable it really is. Next we see how it performs during watersports like canoeing, sailing, or surfing, and how good the design is for readers who really enjoy watersports, rather than wear it as a fashion statement.
If you're a manufacturer or supplier of swimming clothes or watersport accessories, send us products for review. You get publicity on a busy website for the cost of a product sample. Reviews carry a clickable link to the supplier's website so our readers can order the products we've reviewed. If a supplier provides more than one item, they get a dedicated section with a company profile.
When we come across really good products,
we like to share them with our readers who come here to find the best and most original swimwear.
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