I got two for not much money - they adjust with a little knob. Really worth getting. I keep one at the office and one at home so I can work on my grip when I'm sitting at my desk or watching TV. I only use these a minute or two a day but they work good and are easy to adjust.
Note: written by Mr. I swim three to five times a week for 45-65 minutes each time. Ginger MommyI have only worn the suit about 4 or 5 times as I received it a little more than a week ago, so I cannot speak to how well the suit will hold up over time. The fabric very stretchable and clings well to the body without the bagginess or sagging that had developed in an older Aikiki suit made of lycra. My reasoning is I didn't want it to be on the verge of too tight and have "muffin top" and I could always use the drawstring to tighten the waist if need be. I am hoping the 100% polyester of this suit will stand up well to heavy chlorine in my local indoor pool. Even so, I take much more care to thoroughly rinse out this suit in the shower before letting it dry; I really like the way it fits and want it to last a long time. Also I ordered the 34-inch waist and I wear a 32 or 33 inch waist in jeans. It looks good, the fabric is substantial (but not too thick) and the Aikiki logo is embroidered rather than an iron-on. The stretchability of the fabric is good enough that it is not loose at all and I don't need to use the drawstring even I probably could have gotten away with one size smaller. This is good for someone who thinks knee-length jammers are too long and briefs are a bit too revealing. I have no complaints, and judging by the fit, finish and general quality I will be happy for some time to come.
Not bulky like most Jackets that are heavy and warm enough for the cold nights. Worked perfect for a trip to Colorado.
This is an excellent pack for the price. I paid under $20 for it there was a 40% off coupon in the description check for that before you buy. I've been using it about 4 weeks now for carrying supplies for work and it's awesome. No idea if it is 50L but it holds everything I need for oilfield truck work. Clipboard, tools, my lunch, cleaning supplies, ect and I still have room. The ends of the straps aren't stitched but they hold. I believe it's designed this way for attaching stuff to the straps or changing clips of they break or something. Probably 30 molle webbing attachments on the outside of the bag. I removed the waist strap I don't need that to walk 50 feet. It came with a strap to use it like a duffel bag too. I'm ordering another, just wish it came in other colors besides black and camo, like blue, tan or army green. Yes it isn't the most comfortable if you load it with 85 pounds of gear and hike 15 miles uphill, the zippers are a bit noisy and not butter smooth but they work well. But it also isn't a $250 pack. Be realistic people.
That's my only gripe. These are awesome. They are very comfortable. I never adjust this bra. I machine wash these and they are fine; no wear and tear, but like other sports bras and bathing suit tops, the inner padding comes out in the wash.