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Liquid Fire Pro Jammers – men’s racing costume

The men’s equivalent is a little cheaper, sounds like it’s a little easier to get into (but still takes patience) and delivers great performance in the pool. We also noticed the internal seams that follow the contours of swimming briefs but while they feel a bit odd on land, you don’t notice them in the water. Whether or not you believe the marketing spiel (this costume is supposed to virtually eliminate drag, provide unparalleled compression, optimise and stabilise your body position and reduce lactic acid production) it’s hard to refute the fact that swimming in a racing costume is significantly faster than swimming in a regular suit. 

If you’re looking to race in a pool this year or in a FINA-rules open water competition then Head’s Liquid Fire Pro racing suits are definitely worth a look. 


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