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Speedo Men's Color Stroke Endurance Brief - Dick's Sporting Goods

Speedo Men's Color Stroke Endurance Brief

Item Number: 23122376
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For a suit that can handle even the harshest conditions, choose the SpeedoŽ Men's Color Stroke Endurance Brief. This suit is made of Endurance+ fabric which is extremely durable, comfortable, and highly resistant to fading, stretching, and degradation. Endurance+ fabric also features an improved fit and comfort. The Color Stroke Endurance Brief is ideal for long hours of training or competitions.

FEATURES:

  • SpeedoŽ Endurance+ fabric, a new generation of durability and comfort exclusive to SpeedoŽ
  • Environmentally friendly fabric is highly resistant to fading, stretching, and degradation, even after repeated exposure to chlorine, bromine, oil or body lotion
  • Endurance+ fabric features improved fit and comfort has a softer feel and superior shape retention
  • Endurance+ fabric is quick-drying and 20 times more fade resistant than standard swimwear fabric makes this ideal for swim training and regular use
  • Fabric: 50% Polyester, 50% PBT
  • Style: 8051401
  • Speedo


Country of Origin: Imported

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect Bought this for my 10 year son. He loved the pattern and fit. I liked that it was a not as narrow as some of the brief style suits are made these days. He wears a 26 and this fit perfectly. Nice material. May 12, 2014
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