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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