Sports Illustrated Launches New Sports Swimwear Line

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Regardless of where you are in the world right now, whether you are residing near a beach resort in Miami, Florida or, taking a vacation at a hotel in Bali, Indonesia, there’s a huge possibility that you would want to take a dip in the swimming pool or better yet, take a quick swim by the beach. Or, if you’re feeling sporty to the point that you feel that you’re up to the challenge, you can enjoy yourself by joining water sports activities such as surfing, wave boarding or even, scuba diving. For you to be able to enjoy these activities without worrying too much getting hurt or other things that can come along the way, it’s recommended that for your own safety as well, you use the standard equipment that is relevant to the activity that you are going to do. For example, you are going to surf and go against the gigantic waves of the sea. You are going to need a surf board that is appropriate your age, height and weight. Of course, if you are going to do any kind of water-related activity, you will need to wear the appropriate sports swimwear so your skin will have an immediate line of defence against skin problems especially if you’re swimming at the sea.

 

Just recently, Sports Illustrated, one of the widely-recognized sports magazines in the world right now, has announced that they will release their own line-up of sports swimwear. The said line-up of products is a result of a collaboration between the magazine and RAJ Swim. According to Sports Illustrated, the line-up of swimwear and workout outfits will be able to cater all body types. The move will be another step as part of the magazine’s natural evolution from being a sports magazine to being one of the highly-respected authorities on swim style. Fans of the magazine can expect to see the said line-up of swimwear early 2018 and if you’re a subscriber of the magazine, you will be able to be one of the first fans to see the swimwear because the magazine is planning to launch the products in conjunction with the launch of the annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue during the same period.