Slipon Swimsuit

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noun - The SlipOn™ Swimsuit is a completely revolutionary new style of swimsuits for the elderly, plus sizes, pregnant and physically challenged. Putting on the suit has been made as easy as possible. The swimsuit makes water exercise a possibility for people with limited mobility from arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson's and other disabling diseases or physical challenges.

The SlipOn™ Swimsuit is used by people with bariatric limitations, arthritis, fibrmyalgia, post-polio syndrome, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and other chronic conditions.

The bathing suit is made of chlorine resistant yarns that stretch. Press and pull closures are durable and easy to use. The suit features a modest leg cut and bodice to accommodate different sizes and shapes; it's available in children's and women's sizes up to 30+. Wide straps with crossover bodice panels secure a snug fit for every swimmer.

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