Women's Swimwear

Work out in the water or relax by the pool. Women's swimming gear has you covered, no matter how you enjoy a day at the water. Lap swimmers will love sleek one-piece suits that help you glide swiftly through the pool. Beach volleyball players and poolside loungers will enjoy sporty 3-Stripes staples, two-pieces and quick-dry slides that take you from the surf to the city without missing a beat. And when coverage is key, modest options are your go-to choice. All with durable chlorine-resistant fabric that feels comfortably lightweight.
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adidas Women's Swimwear

Dive into the pool with confidence in women's swimwear from adidas. From bikinis to full-coverage designs, we've got suits for every body and activity.

  1. The Right Fit: From lane swimming to poolside lounging, feel comfy and confident in women's swimsuits that offer a stay-put feel. You can choose the coverage you want, whether it's removable pads or a high-waisted bikini.
  2. Suit Your Style: Whether you're going for gold in the women's 400 meters or laying it all out on the beach volleyball court, find a suit for the job in our wide range of sport swimwear.
  3. Comfy and Durable: Go a few extra laps in comfort with soft, chlorine-resistant fabric that feels light as a feather. A jersey lining keeps you fully covered as you climb out of the pool.
  4. Vibrant Designs: Flex your style poolside in a suit featuring creative cut-outs. Our adidas x Farm Rio collection channels your sunny vibe with bright designs.
  5. Accessories Pro Tip: Slip into a pair of adilette slides when you stroll over to the burger shack to keep from burning the soles of your feet on the pool deck.

Whether you're gliding fast down the lane or slowing down poolside, our selection of women's swimwear from adidas will have you feeling and looking your best in and out of the water.

Women's Swimwear Frequently Asked Questions

You have options for what to wear in the water, depending on factors like where you'll be swimming and how much skin you're comfortable leaving uncovered. First, decide if you want a performance suit for training or a more casual look for the beach or pool. Another question is whether you prefer a one-piece or two-piece suit. If you don't want to wear typical women's swimming wear, you could choose easy clothes like shorts and a tank top or sports bra. For full coverage, look for a long sleeve top and tights designed with swim-friendly, quick-drying fabric.
Women who swim in Olympic events wear tight, compressive one-piece suits or swim bodysuits designed to reduce drag in the water. These tend to be created from highly technical fabrics made to maximize swimming efficiency. (Olympic athletes cannot wear technical suits made with polyurethane, which was banned in 2010.) Athletic swimwear might have a closed back or an open one for full range of motion, and women's suits can't be longer than knee-length. Now that you can dress like an Olympian, lets train like an olympian with these dryland workouts for swimmers.
Some designs of women's swimming wear have a bra built in, and some have the added benefit of removable cups. You can also wear a regular pullover sports bra as long as it doesn't have heavy padding that could get soggy and weighed down. Look for quick-drying, moisture-wicking fabric, like polyester, which is the fabric most women's swim tops and bottoms are made from. A racerback or a top with straps that cross in the back is great for range of motion in the water while also adding support.