Neoprene swim west from the Vanilla Copenhagen Ocean Collection.
Small children will swim like little fish in the water with a swim west on.
Neoprene bathing West with from Vanilla Copenhagen. A West increases your child's comfort and safety in the water. The inside foam helps for safety and natural buoyancy in the water.
The swim suit has 8 internal foams that can be removed, so the bathing suit's buoyancy is adapted to the child's size, needs and abilities (detailed instructions included).
With a Vanilla Copenhagen swim suit, your child will have complete freedom of movement for the arms while the child is in the correct swimming position.
S: 1-3 years (max 20 kg)
M: 3-5 years (max. 25 kg)
Size guide: 1-3 years: up to 20 kg - breast size up to 54 cm 3-5 years: up to 25 kg breast size up to 59 cm. You must ensure that the child has the optimal buoyancy. The right level is when the baby is at the same level as you when you are treading water where the water is around the shoulders - otherwise the baby is unstable or tipping into the water. You can adjust the buoyancy by simply removing some of the floats from the pockets of the bathing suit. When the child is at the right level, the child will be able to control his buoyancy with ease. You easily remove the floats from the bathrobe by removing them from the pockets inside the bathrobe. Always remove 2 floats at a time, one from each side and with the same number. For example, 1 and 1 float on each side, the same goes for 2, 3 and 4.
Swim jacket in 2 mm soft neoprene (same material as swim pants) with a durable layer of nylon on both sides, sturdy stitching and strong YKK zipper.
CE European Standard: EN 13138-1: 2014
Dot-free foam filling that can be removed
A lifejacket increases comfort and safety in the water and protects from the sun (SPF 50+)
Robust YKK zipper that closes inside with velcro so the child can't open it
The float jacket is 100% free of phthalates and without latex
NOTE: The vest is NOT a life jacket and should NEVER be worn as such. Your children should always be supervised by a responsible adult