Nudikini the nudist swimsuit

Woman's one-piece bathing suit, c.1920

Woman’s one-piece bathing suit, c.1920 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From Nudi Swimwear

The Nudikini is design to facilitate swimming au natural

How was the idea of the Nudi™ swimsuit hatched?
Ever thought about taking your bathing suit off when you’re in the water? You started to, but then thought, wait, what if I lose it? And how can I actually swim with this wad of wet cloth in my hand? After years of painstaking research and extensive testing costing many thousands of dollars (well, not exactly) we’ve come up with the answer, the revolutionary NUDI in-water removable swimsuit. An ingenious (if I do say so myself) set of fasteners allow for easy removal of the suit, which then rolls up onto a thin but strong waist chain. When you leave the water, presto, the suit goes back on just as easily, and you emerge from the surf with the lifeguards, cops, and tour groups none the wiser. And out of the water you can’t tell it from any other superbly fitted, excellent quality designer swimwear.


Editor’s note: This might actually be good on a clothes free hike.

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  1. thomasberns October 28, 2012

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