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Reviews Zoggs Malua Sprintback review

Zoggs Malua Sprintback women’s swimsuit review

Zogg’s Malua Sprintback tested and rated by our expert reviewer

Made with Zoggs’ new Aqualast fabric, the Malua Sprintback instantly felt different to any other chlorine-resistant suit we’ve worn. The fabric felt smooth, thin and light without the rigid, rough feel you usually find.

Once submerged in the water, the Malua felt like a second skin, gliding through the water with ease. As promised, the thin, racer back straps allowed freedom of movement, but offered sufficient support and unrivalled comfort.

The leg is medium-cut although looked comparatively high. As well as adding flexibility, this gives the suit a performance feel, while the blues and purple that make up the colour scheme complement each other to give a streamlined look.

Retailing at a very purse-friendly £25, Zoggs have created a suit that punches above its weight.

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Jamie was 220 Triathlon's digital editor between 2013 and 2015.

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