is it flexible enough for swimming?
MAUREEN C Yes, flexible enough for swimming.
CHRISTY C It is flexible enough for swimming. It provides warmth and is very comfortable. True to size.
RENEE C Yes, very flexible. Easy to put on and off. With a fleece or skin underneath it, is equivalent to a 3mil suit but alot more flexible.
JANET S I love this suit.
It is very flexible and thinner than any neoprene suit. It is a little thicker than a skin. I have only dove with it. As a under layer and as a standalone. I would think you would be fine to swim in it.
AMY G It feels like wind stopper fleece. As long as the size is large enough, you should be able to raise your arms above your head. But it is very soft and flexible. Not as stretchy as unlaminated fleece.
AGNES B I have not swim in it.
KEITH J I found the Lavacore absorbed a great deal of water and became very heavy. I returned mine. I don't recommend it.
ROBERT Z Yes it will be flexible for swimming, and keep you warm!
DAWN R Yes - It is a very soft suit that you could use for just about anything in the water. The fabric is much nicer than a typical liner & much warmer without being too heavy. Depending on where you are swimming and the type of swimming you plan to do, you might be too warm.
Hope this is helpful!
WILLIAM S Yes, it would be fine for swimming and snorkeling.
JOHN L No - best for scuba.
HEATHER H It's more flexible than a wetsuit but not as flexible as a skin. It does not provide much if any bouyancy.