Volume Silicone Swimming Caps

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Volume Silicone Swimming Caps

Volume Silicone  Swimming Caps

Keep your hair dry with the high quality Volume cap made from silicone. It has excellent comfort and has extra room and stretch at the top/back of the head for longer hair, or dreadlocks. These swimming caps are perfect for Swim Club Swimmers that have long hair but would still like to race!

This cap cap be produced in a vast range of colours as we can match any pantone given to us, so these caps can match the normal high quality club cap so that the wearer isn’t any different!  The volume cap can be printed using any colour, names and numbers can be added for a minimal charge.

The lead time for this cap is approximately 3 weeks, we can express the caps if we are notified when ordering, there is an additional charge for this service.

 

 


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Open Water Swim Training With Hand Paddles

The Open Water and Triathlon Season is well under way and many swimmers are now taking their swim training out into open water, which is great, but do you ever wonder if the standard “mile across the bay or lake” is really improving your fitness to compete at the level you desire?

In the pool it’s easier to hit your targets with the aid of a pace clock on the wall and the mere fact that you have a fixed distance, typically a 25-50m pool, to swim up and down in. During your open water swim training it’s not quite as easy; many swimmers just swim a set distance and may well just swim at a fixed pace and this may not necessarily get you race fit, if that is what your goal is. What about something different…

Using Hand Paddles during your Open Water Session

 

Try spicing up your session by using hand paddles. Providing the wind is light so there is limited chop, hand paddles can really spice up your session. Using them for short sets rather than a non-stop mile swim could be the best approach. For some variety and training benefiit, try these simple but stimulating open water swim sets using your hand paddles.

As always just before swimming off with hand paddles on you may wish to consider some mobility on the shore line, 6-8 minutes should be enough to warm you up. Also try free swimming (without the use of hand paddles) of around 8-10 minutes as this will prepare your arms and shoulders reducing the risk of injury.


We provide a free mock up with all of our cap orders

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With the printed cap orders we do not charge a set up!

Our standard lead time is approximately 3 weeks.

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