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Skinz Swimwear

Frequently Asked Questions

These items are made 1 at a time for you. Please allow up to 1 week of production time. (depending on the season) These items are non-returnable.
MWO item is Made When Ordered. These items are pre-cut in our warehouse but not sewn and ready to ship. Please allow 3-4 business days for the production process.
A special order will cost $10 more than the base price of a regular priced item.
Please be prepared to wait anywhere between 2-5 weeks depending on the season. (note: January to July is our peak season so that will be around 4-5 weeks)
We have no rush order policy on special order suits. Please plan your order and submit it as soon as you can. All orders are processed and made in the order they are received.
PEP lining, our "Profile Enhancing Panel" engages and lifts you. Put your "package" thru the elasticized "O" ring and enjoy your new profile. There is no lining to hide you in front. PRO lining is a soft and fluffy fleece/lycra lining that fills the pouch area. The pouch always looks "filled". Not for swimming as this lining will absorb water and takes a while to dry.
We prefer e-mail. You have a record of your communication, and you can communicate on your own time zone. We respond to emails Monday through Saturday. We have customers all over the world. If Skinz had to pay for all of the long distances phone calls, our prices would be considerably higher. If you have a SKYPE account, we can arrange for a SKYPE call assuming you are willing to call us during our operational hours.
Matching suits will use the same color/fabric code. The color/fabric code is a 4 digit number after the style and lining codes. You can review all our fabric codes by clicking on the Fabrics category in the left panel. All you need to do is type this 4 digit code in the product search box (top left) and all items (men's and women's) that use that fabric will pop up.
This button must be clicked on before your order will submit to order processing center. This ensures that any and all changes that you may have made to your order will be updated properly before you hit submit.

LYCRA® is DuPont's brand of elastane, or spandex. The word "spandex" is used only in the United States while "elastane" is recognized worldwide, so we tend to use the more widely known term LYCRA® elastane fiber manufactured by DuPont does not contain any natural latex or rubber.

Spandex, Lycra or elastane is a synthetic fiber known for its exceptional elasticity. It is stronger and more durable than natural rubber. It is a polyester-polyurethane copolymer that was invented in 1958 by chemist Joseph Shivers at DuPont's Benger Laboratory in Waynesboro, Virginia

Better known as spandex, elastane is a type of synthetic fiber made from at least 85 percent polyurethane polymers. The exact method used to make Lycra, Dorlastan, Elaspan, Acepora and other brands of elastane fabric is a closely guarded secret