September 11, 2019
ALL GSC swimmers that wear a swim cap while competing need to place an order for the new peronalized caps this short course season (Fall & Winter Seasons). The Green caps displayed are the incorrect cap, they will be white caps this year. The deadline is technically today (9/11/19) but will be extended through Friday 9/13/19 and then they will not be available after this date so be sure to order today!
Here is some thoughts on Latex vs. Silicone Caps
If you have medium to long hair, then a silicone cap will suit you best. Silicone caps outlast their latex counterpart, are more tear resistant, and don't tug at your hair. Typically softer to the touch, a silicone cap is gentler on the hair and easier to get on and off after a workout. Those with longer hair will need a snug fit to keep their cap from falling off. Silicone caps can provide a contoured fit for your personal head size while keeping everything in place. If you have little or no hair, a latex cap will provide a better fit. Made of latex rubber, the latex cap tends to stretch more easily so they can be worn by virtually anyone. Regular-sized caps fit most swimmers with average head sizes. If an average-sized swim cap feels loose, try a junior or kids cap for a snugger fit. The cap should be tight enough to remain on your head throughout a race or workout, but not so tight that it leaves a line or begins to hurt your head. If you're worried your cap may not stay on, try a swim cap with a chin strap that comfortably holds your cap into place while you're swimming.
Click HERE, to get that order complete TODAY! If you already placed your order over the last month you are all set.