Top has raglan-style sleeves and a mock neck design for more coverage and protection from the sun. Shorts feature 2 pockets on the side and 1 on the back and have an elastic waist that ties with a drawstring. Safe to be cleaned in the washing machine.
Only available in toddler sizes.
Each piece has a UPF rating of 50+ to protect tender skin. Soft and comfortable with a flexible fit. Hat is reversible. Trunks come with an adjustable drawstring. Available in a range of colors and prints.
Sizes run small. Some owners feel the rash guard neck is too narrow.
Reduces discomfort caused by cold water or chilly weather. Quality construction; chlorine- and salt-resistant. Highly elastic with 4-way stretch and shape memory. Rated 50+ UPF. Comes with a swim hat.
Runs a bit small. A few reports of colors fading after washing.
A 2-piece set short and shorts swimsuit set. Made with a polyester material that dries quickly. Has a popsicle print on the shorts and top. Shirt is a crew neck style and the shorts have a drawstring waistband. Is machine washable.
Only comes in toddler sizes.
We recommend these products based on an intensive research process that's designed to cut through the noise and find the top products in this space. Guided by experts, we spend hours looking into the factors that matter, to bring you these selections.
Whether it's at the beach, in the pool, or around a sprinkler, most boys adore making a splash. A good boys' swimsuit can help keep your child protected and comfortable while he plays. While many boys' swimsuits are made of UV-protective materials, not all are, and it's always a good idea to check before you buy. A swimsuit with a UPF factor of 50 can help protect your little guy from painful burns while he soaks up the sun. For extra sun protection, consider a rash guard with long sleeves and a high neck. When it comes to size, it can be helpful to take a look at user reviews to find out whether your chosen swimsuit runs large, small, or true to size.
Get emails you’ll love.
Learn about the products you’re wondering if you should buy and get advice on using your latest purchases.