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Arena Powerskin England Commonwealth Games Carbon Flex VX FBSLO- 001116-544

Arena Powerskin England Commonwealth Games Edition Carbon Flex VX in Dark Grey/Fluo Red. Women’s technical racing suit that streamlines from shoulder to knee and is designed for maximum flexibility. Made of innovative carbon cage fabric that intensely compresses over-extended muscles. V-flex system of bonded seams ensures extra flexion on starts, turns and kicks and total freedom of movement. Front and back seams form an X pattern that acts as a springboard for more powerful strokes and kicks.
Manufacturer: Arena
£399.99
£335.99

OUTER SHELL: 52%Polyamide 47% Elastane 1% Carbon Fiber                              

INSIDE LINING: 65% Polyamide 34% Elastane 1% Carbon Fiber

FINA Approved

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- rinse immediately after use, in non-chlorinated water;
- do not leave the wet swimsuit in a bag or other container for a long time;
- do not expose the wet swimsuit in a bag or other container to direct sunlight;
- wash with detergents suitable for delicate clothes;
- air-dry hung up and away from heat sources.
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 We sell the European Arena Racing Swimsuits which often feature an additional manufacturer's logo when compared to the American varieties. Other than the size of the logos, the suits are identical. Please be aware that the additional logo on Arena's European Racing Suits may exceed the 2.25 square inches of logo allowed in USA competitions. NFHS (The National Federation of State High School Associations) and NCCA (The National Collegiate Athletic Association) have rules on swimsuit branding and these suits are not compliant with the branding restrictions of these organizations. They are however fully compliant with UK, European and the rest of the world's regulations