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    Jammers Fit

    Hi,

    I'm a 58 year old male recreational swimmer. I wear jammers for swimming (and also for running). I've found that some jammers I've tried are way to low on the waist for me. Not enough coverage. I've been using Dolfin Competition Team Jammers, which have a high enough waistline. But the last time I got them, the quality was not so good. I found the seams to be too rough.

    So I'm in search for some other "high rise" jammers. I'm hoping some of you might have suggestions on alternative jammers.

    Thanks.

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    Very Active Member Dolphin 2's Avatar
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    Re: Jammers Fit

    Try a Nike Python II.

    They're like being swallowed whole legs first!!!

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    Re: Jammers Fit

    There was a guy in the pool tonight wearing a basic black Nike jammer. If it would have been an inch or two higher it would have gone above his navel. I checked the Nike website. I am believe it was the Core Solid.

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    Re: Jammers Fit

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Sive View Post
    There was a guy in the pool tonight wearing a basic black Nike jammer. If it would have been an inch or two higher it would have gone above his navel. I checked the Nike website. I am believe it was the Core Solid.
    Better than plumber's butt.

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    Re: Jammers Fit

    Dress lik a girl wear a neck to knee suit. it will cover your belly button.
    Keep it simple
    George Park

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    Re: Jammers Fit

    Thanks for the suggestions. I'll take a look.

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    Re: Jammers Fit

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ID:	7559 Some companies still make male neck to knees here are some.
    Keep it simple
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    Re: Jammers Fit

    Have you tried geochuck's suits?

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