Available in sizes 3 to 18 months in 8 different designs for both girls and boys. Made from quality fabric and is easy to take on and off. Comfortable to wear and play in.
Doesn't have any snaps at the bottom for diaper changes.
Features 3 different designs in 6 to 12 months up to 3T to 4T. Dries quickly and is easy to play in. Non-chemical sun protection for those with sensitive skin (sun protection via tight weaving of fabric).
Material is thin and the suits run small.
Comes in sizes from newborn to 2T in 7 different designs. Includes 50 SPF for sun protection. Features snaps at the bottom of the suit to make diaper changes quick and easy.
The suits seem to run a little small in size.
7 different designs available in sizes 0 to 6 months up to 5T to 6T. Made of quality fabric and features bright colors. Zipper front makes it easy to take on and off and dries quickly.
No bottom snaps for diaper changes and sizes run small.
Features 11 different designs for girls and boys in sizes 3 to 6 months up to size 5T. Has a zipper closure and includes a free matching sun cap. Made of quality material that includes 50+ SPF.
Does not have snaps at the bottom for diaper changes.
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Infant swimsuits are available in a variety of designs and styles, but many cover arms and legs to also provide sun protection. Some companies offer gender-neutral designs, while others separate suits by popular boy and girl designs and colors, but pretty much all sizes fit the same, so it's a matter of personal preference on what look your baby likes best. Most have a zipper closure to make changing easier and some have snaps at the bottom so you can change a diaper without removing the entire suit. Many also have built-in SPF for extra sun protection. Keep in mind that with any infant swimsuit, your child will still need sunblock to protect any skin that is still exposed to the sun.