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Yong HL
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Post by Yong HL » Thu Dec 09, 2010 9:06 am

Hi i3mum

May i ask which online website in US you purchased the leotards please? :) I tried to online order from GK but they decline to send to singapore due to some distribution rights.. thanks :)

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Post by sachiko » Sat Dec 11, 2010 8:49 am

Yong HL wrote:Hi i3mum

May i ask which online website in US you purchased the leotards please? :) I tried to online order from GK but they decline to send to singapore due to some distribution rights.. thanks :)
One thing about ordering online is the risk of the leotards not able to fit the child. My girls made their leotards at Sonata in Orchard Plaza. The shop also sells ready made leotards

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Post by swimironkids » Thu Dec 16, 2010 9:16 pm

mewfive wrote:I just got one for my DS2 for $32.90 at Kiddy Palace. THe size is 20 which is just nice for his age 8.
Last year I bought a Thermal swimwear for DS1 for $60 from his coach, but he wore it a few times only. Not comfortable and out-grow it very fast, so not worth the price.
Btw as most parent r not aware that thermal Swimwear is meant to be worn tight as the design is to keep water out n stay tight to your skin to keep u "warm".
I can understand that most parent wld buy a loose one for their child cos they out grown it fast but I think its worth it for abit more your child is less cold rather den him shivering sitting there waiting for his turn?
For us we still wear them wic will last us for 6mths but it keep us less cold as we r in the water for several hours.
Those outgrown ones can always be sold at most forum :)

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Post by Johnn » Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:57 pm

hi if you not fond locally then buy from amazon they have every thing you need.

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Post by jasonchow » Sat Mar 19, 2011 9:12 pm

Try TYR, they have warehouse sale from time to time.


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Post by Kippletoon » Sat Mar 19, 2011 11:53 pm

Hi,

I always buy my kids' swimwear & goggles during Arena's yearly warehouse sale held at Henderson Industrial Park. Designs are quite limited but prices can be considerably cheaper than normal retail prices.

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Re: Gymnastics leotards & shorts

Post by robert_mark » Fri May 06, 2011 3:04 pm

why you dont just Google it...
I think there are many stores, also you can buy online...
Thats not a matter these days...

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Re: Gymnastics leotards & shorts

Post by robert_mark » Mon May 09, 2011 3:35 pm

I think you dont need aks anybody...
Google is a Big Search engine... :imcool:

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Snorkel sets

Post by smurf » Fri May 13, 2011 12:21 pm

Anyone knows where to get low price but good snorkel sets for kids? I know wrld of sports and royal sporting hose sell them, but no variety, and they are expensive. :?

Toys rus also has it, but quality erm...

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Re: Snorkel sets

Post by BeContented » Thu May 19, 2011 9:21 pm

Maybe you can try those diving shops?

Sorry, already stopped for >10 years, so totally out of touch liao......

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