Slip these shorts over a swimsuit before and after a dip. Their nylon fabric is breathable and dries quickly, so you can go for a post-pool run.
Scan your face via the Magic 5 app and these custom-fit goggles will arrive at your door. Since they’re perfectly molded to your unique facial structure, you won’t have to combat goggle marks or water leakage.
This holdall marries a heritage athletic vibe and convenience. Thanks to a drawstring closure, your gear is easily accessible and there’s a front zip pocket for earbuds, goggles, and more.
Pair this retro terry polo with swim shorts before or after your workout. The navy, white, and bright blue colorway is versatile enough to go with a variety of bottoms.
The pool slide trend is at its peak. Wear this pair to and from the water or with jeans and a cardigan for a barbecue or picnic.
Increase upper body strength when you train with a pull buoy. By placing it between your thighs, you’ll eliminate the need for kicking, so you can focus on your arm technique.
These psychedelic-inspired towels made from velour and terry fabrics absorb water fast and come with their own mesh carrying cases. Match their bright summer hues to your mood or suit.
Chlorine, sun, and salt can dry out hair. Apply this lightweight spray all over your head before you hit the water, and the citrusy formula will create a protective film.
“This wireless underwater audio system helps coaches interact with swimmers to help them perform better in the pool,” says guest contributor Dan Daly. “Using an app, swimmers can also tap into guided workouts or listen to music.” Pre-order the new technology below.
“This is a tiny waterproof metronome swimmers can use to set specific stroke rates or pace,” explains Daly. “It has an audible beep and can be placed under a swim cap or attached to a goggle strap.”
“By increasing drag, this waterproof swimming parachute helps swimmers improve their strength and power,” says Daly.