Beach and travel clothes that allow a tan but keeps sunburns away.
With all the traveling I do, a lot of the times to warmer countries, I’m always looking for the perfect swimwear. I want something that will dry quickly, is easily packable, and lasts a long time, and I found the perfect suit from CoolTan that meets all those needs and more.
CoolTanⓇ has a unique line of TanThrough swimsuits and shirts that let you stay tan and look great, with no more tan lines. Their swimwear is made using a specially formulated Microsol V fabric which is knitted to create millions of tiny pores to let in around half of the sun’s rays to give you a great tan while also working like a medium level sunscreen. This porous fabric also means that water and air flow through the suit, keeping you cool and drying up to 3x faster than normal swimwear.
This was a game changer for me because there’s nothing I hate more than having to figure out how to quickly dry my sopping wet swimsuit to pack up and ship out on my next trip. It’s a pain to have to wrap my soaking suit in a towel or plastic bag, getting soggier and soggier until I get to my next destination and can air it out again. I loved that CoolTan’s suits dried super quickly and were even machine washable, making it easier than ever to lengthen the life of the swimsuit and keep it clean.
CoolTan’s swimsuits are really lightweight and comfortable, and took up barely any space in my bag. I loved that they come in a variety of different styles from racer swimsuits all the way to board shorts. CoolTan also has a line of TanThrough shirts that let you tan right through your golf game or tennis match or even just your everyday activities. The shirts are moisture-wicking, making them a great choice for warmer climates, and are great at keeping you nice and cool.
CoolTan’s swimsuits and shirts are definitely travel approved and perfect for your next trip, and with such a vast array of styles and patterns to choose from I’m sure you can find the best swimsuit or shirt for you.
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