Añú swim top is your favorite gender inclusive Swimmee inspired-cut with that old-time feel. We took the beloved Swimmee and we took it back a few decades by adding that turn of the 20th century look with thick stripes across. The name Añú means ‘people of the water’ or ‘people of the ocean’ and comes from the indigenous people of the State of Zulia in Venezuela.
The Añú swim top is available in the black and white or in an Outplay blue and white combination. The stripes measure a little over 2″ each, covering the entire top, front and back. These stripes are digitally printed so there’s no water waste or water contamination. The neckline is cut high to avoid any cleavage. The armholes are cut close to the arms to avoid any side skin or spillage. It has an androgynous-cut overall. Length from the bottom of the armhole to the hem is approximately 5″ and shoulder to shoulder, the top measures 10″ (based on a size M but can vary depending on size).
Remember Outplay gender neutral compression tops are not binders, they are made to be active in so they do stretch. For more information on how we create the compression, check out this post. Outplay compression swim tops can be worn for long periods of time, in and out of the water.
When picking a size, we recommend you use our size chart for guidance. Our sizes aren’t exactly like other traditional clothing brand sizes. If you’re looking for maximum compression and you fall between sizes, we recommend you go with the smaller size. Remember, this is not a binder, it’s a compression top designed and made to swim and be active in.