Swim Recycled Period Proof Hi-Waist Bottoms
For AWWA Briefs, the hip measurement is the most important measurement for selecting the best fit, especially if you’re between sizes.
Waist - Measure the smallest area of the torso which is above your belly button and below your ribcage.
Hip - Measure the widest part of the hip
With our larger sizing, every brand fit is different. For the best product fit experience with AWWA, rather than relying on numerical sizing, we highly recommend measuring your Hips to check our sizing for your body.
Our AWWA Bralette fit is more inline with a sports crop with the most important measurement being the underband. If you are fuller busted than the optimal recommended fit, you can try sizing up one size.
To ensure the leak proof technology does its job our underwear fits slight more snug in the gusset than your regular underwear. Unsure?
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Can you swim on your ikura? You totally can. Feel secure and comfy in the water with AWWA Swim.
• Made for light period days or as an extra layer of protection in the water
• Outer: Quick dry 80% Recycled Nylon, 20% Elastane
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In summer we practically live at the beach and now my teenage daughter can participate without the stress of having her waiwhero! Thank you so much
The swimwear isn't double lined (for extra support and protection) making it very thin - It makes no sense that the awwa underwear is double lined but not the swimwear as It's pretty much a requirement of good swimwear to be double lined. Because of this if you go too tight the swimwear fabric starts to go see-through (however if you size up it becomes too loose and it falls down and gives you a diaper behind). The period lining isn't attached at the front and the back only on the sides which means the part at the butt can fold over. The period lining also creates a line across the bum making the period lining very visible. I wish they were like the high waisted underwear but only in swimwear fabric. Super unflattering, super uncomfortable and very unsexy.
However I love the underwear and the idea so would like to purchase a better period swimwear option in the future.
I was so excited to get these. Because of the type of birth control I have, I spot a lot. I also like to go to the beach a lot! These give me the piece of mind to be able to continue to go to the beach, and look cute too.
My only complaint is the way that the pad part is attached. It’s hard to really explain… The swimwear fabric is very thin and the pad part extends past where it’s attached on the sides so it can fold under or back making it really feel like a diaper and it can be seen sometimes from the back of not worn in the 100% right way. It’s like a pad with wings where the font and back isn’t connected to anything and can move around. I feel like there’s a better way to make it feel more secure. Maybe have two layers of swimwear where the under layer is completely attached to the pad? Or decrease the size of the pad.
BUT I will still wear these, the high waist is cute and I really like how thin and absorbent the pad is (only wish it was smaller or attached better).
Because the absorbent material is not stitched down to the bikini bottoms like the undies are it does not sit flat and creates unflattering shapes in the crotch and bottom. Have tried two sizes with the smaller being slightly better. Wish they were closer to how the period undies sit on you
They work really well.