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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
I have to preface this review by saying that the value depends on what you pay for it because the price fluctuates a lot on these but the suit itself is very solid and well-built. Built to last from a 100% Polyster PBT blend, not the super-stretchy Lycra/Spandex blends that some other suits are made of. Stylish too in this model, quite sporty without being gimmicky like a lot of the loud, gaudy designs now in vogue by other makers.. I also like the longer leg on this which covers all the way down the knee unlike some others.
I think that The Finals is an underrated swimsuit maker. They put out a lot of designs and lines and I've never seen one that had something glaringly (or even not glaringly) wrong about it. Their market niche seems to be just middle-of-the-road, no frills, good quality, good value swimwear, which they serve well. Anything under $20 is a great value for this suit. Between 20 and 30 there is a lot more competition so your mileage will vary.
So without further ado I'd rate this jammer the full Five Stars.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
By Nick the Greek
I am not a competitive swimmer but I like the close fit of these trunks. They cover my essentials so that I can go in public but don't drag in the water the way looser trunks do.
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Nice suit, good price.
Our third of the same suit - and only because he is growing, not because it wears out. Great price. Holds up great. The only suit he wears for practice 2x a week and competition. Age 10. We've had size 26, 28, and 30. Only "potential" complaint is there is not much give in the fabric, so you have to struggle to get it on and off a little...but then, the fabric seems to hold up better than more "flexible" fabric.