Why do we need a cap for swimming? Keeps your hair relatively dry Protects your hair from the adverse effects of chlorinated water reduces the water resistance when swimming keeps heat your body, as in at sea most of the human body loses heat through the head removes hair from the face, prevents tangling and wrapping hair around the gum swimming glasses swimming Serves fashionable accessory. In particular, many manufacturers in the release of a new swimwear collections at the same time produce hats with the same design that allows the athlete to look more individually What sizes of swimming caps? Y swimming caps no separation by size. Latex and silicone caps are suitable for all adults, as both these materials are strong enough and resilient. For the most part, depends on the elasticity of the cap and used by technology. For children there are special children's hats, which are more optimally suited to children's heads and avoid excessive pressure on the baby's head. What are types of swimming caps? Latex caps are cheaper than silicone. They are more subtle and much harder to dress on his head due to specific qualities of latex as a material.

In addition, after school lifting caps gives a lot of discomfort, because her hair glued to her and rip when removing. Latex as the material is very thin and sticky, so latex caps relatively fragile and easily torn. Must carefully used by people prone to allergies. Silicone caps are more expensive than latex. They are more durable and long lasting. Unlike latex caps are available in bright and varied colors, and more tactile. So if you see a bright, beautiful hat with any pattern, then most likely it is made of 100% of silicone.

In addition, anti-allergenic silicone caps. Another advantage is that silicone cap more flexible and more convenient to sit on his head (they can be stretched more than 2 times compared to their original size). Dear caps of silicone manufactured in such a way that fully wrap around the swimmer's head, without forming wrinkles.

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