Big Hair Friendly Swim Cap

Let's quickly address the myth Black Women don't swim because we actually do! Now, there are a good bit of us who skip the water to save our hair do's but that's really the only set back. I can read your mind, just put on a swim cap. 

Traditional swim caps are not natural hair friendly BECAUSE THEY DON'T FIT!...Well, at least they didn't until now. 

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Swimma is a swim cap line made by a mother, Nomvuyo Treffers, from Capetown Africa. Treffers is a water athlete and understood the unique challenge of finding a cap to protect fros, locs, and braids in the water. The swim caps come in a variety of colors and sizes for girls and women and range in price from $6-$14. 

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