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i play. – kids Rashguard – Sailboat

i play. – Three-Quarter Sleeve Rashguard – Stretchy pullover top with three-quarter sleeves. UPF 50+ Nylon/Lycra.


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i play. – Three-Quarter Sleeve Kids Rashguard – Stretchy pullover top with three-quarter sleeves. UPF 50+ Nylon/Lycra.


Available Sizes:

M – 12 months – 8 – 10 kg

L – 18 months – 10 – 11.5 kg

XL – 24 months – 11.5 – 13.5 kg

3T – 3 years – 13.5 – 17 kg

4T – 4 years – 17 – 21 kg

About  i play. swimwear

i play.® had its beginnings in cloth diapers in 1982 because we have always felt they are better for the Earth and better for baby. Breathable, absorbent materials, without the use of harsh chemicals, reduce diaper rash and increase baby’s comfort. Our reusable diapering products are waterproof without PVC and absorbent without superabsorbent gels.

i play.® Ultimate Swim Diapers are snug-fitting around the legs and waist to contain solid matter, have a waterproof layer to prevent leakage, and a super absorbent layer that absorbs wetness, and a wick-away liner that wicks away moisture from baby’s skin.

i play.® Swim Diapers may be worn in and out of the pool. Weights and sizes may vary slightly, make sure Swim Diapers fits snugly (not too tight!) around legs and waist.

It is economical and eco-friendly to have a bathing suit and diaper in one item!

i play.® Swim Diapers come in a variety of girl and boy designs and styles.


Sun Protection

Babies’ skin is more vulnerable to sunburn, so special care must be taken to ensure that it’s well protected from the sun. i play.®swimwear and kids rashguards is made from special fabric with a UV protection factor of 50+. Sensitive eyes should also be protected from harmful UVA and UVB rays. Our sunglasses meet US and international health and safety standards and provide 100% UVA and UVB protection.

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends. Babies under 6 months should only wear sunscreen on the face and back of the hands. To use a sunscreen made especially for children, with a Sun Protection Factor of 15+. To keep babies out of direct sunlight as much as possible and to keep them well-covered with protective clothing, when in the sun. To use hats with brims that shade the face, neck, and ears, when in the sun.

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