Here at Outdoor Swimmer, we love to try out new swimming kit. It could be anything from something to wear or a problem-solving creation we never knew we needed. Read on for a round-up of our favourite new pieces this month.
A one-piece, lightweight slide made completely of BIO LITE, a low-compression, high-performance EVA foam that delivers superior impact absorption and support.
Why we love them: These are the first sliders with a slip resistant surface for your foot, so when your feet are wet you don’t slip and slide within your sliders!
Beach Powder | £10.99
Love the beach but hate the sand? Beach Powder gets rid of sand instantly! Looks like talc but with none of the nasties.
Why we love it: Finally, a solution for sand removal that doesn’t smell like old ladies or is harmful. Natural, eco-friendly, and brilliant on big and small people!
KitBrix Poncho | £99.90
Oversized fit, KitBrix Poncho gives plenty of room for tucking your arms in, keeping warm and drying off.
Why we love it: Affordable, made from recycled plastic bottles, comfortable and useful. Lots of robes on the market, but this is functional and comes in kid’s size too!
Limited-edition SUP Water shoe combines Red’s expertise with Clarks deep understanding of shoe design
Why we love them: Super light, comfortable and great grip on a board. They are brilliant for playing, jumping, and running about in and out of the water.
MoonBlanket Compact | £107.85
Recycled Synthetic Insulation top blanket and poncho in one.
Why we love it: A great versatile piece of kit. Can be a great additional blanket for camping or after swimming and can transform into a poncho. The tech makes it warm too!
Yeti CAMINO®35 CARRYALL | from £130
Built for an on-the-go lifestyle. Bring it to the beach to keep wetsuits contained on the way home. A tough-as-they-come bag that will carry pretty much anything.
Why we love it: Love the colour. Love the design. Love that we can fit everything in and there are pockets for important things and sections for wet bits.To see all the online content from the May 2023 issue of Outdoor Swimmer, visit the 'Spring(s)' page.