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Mens Speedo 'Fastskin' swimsuit with goggles and swimming cap

Swimsuit, mens, 'Fastskin' with goggles, packaging, and swim cap, polyester / elastane, Speedo International, England / Japan / Korea, 2000

Stretch bodysuit of black polyester 76% / elastane 26% featuring high neckline, long sleeves and ankle length leg. Centre back zipper fastening. The bodysuit is made up of several contoured panels joined by highly elastic white flatlocked machine stitched seams. The knitted fabric is based on shark skin and features V shaped ridges with a denticle shaped print. The suit features a 'gripper' panel on the inner forearm made from nylon/elastane. Speedo logo printed in white on top right chest.

Speedo swimming cap: cap made of black silicone with the Speedo logo printed on front and back in white.

Pair of Speedo 'speed socket' goggles featuring anti fog coating. The goggles have an adjustable black rubber strap, clear plastic case with instructions for use and two spare nose bridges.
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