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COÉGA Sunwear: Keeping Energetic Young Swimmers Sun-safe

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Dubai, UAE, August 1, 2017:  As the long days of summer shorten, now's the perfect time to starting thinking about back-to-school and back to the pool as home-grown swimwear brand COÉGA Sunwear brings its vibrant AW17 kids collection to stores. 

Designed for girls and boys from 0-6 years the super soft swimwear is packed full of UV50 protection so you can happily relax knowing that your energetic little swimmers are sun-safe whilst they splash and play. 

New for girls this season are the pretty Pink Octopus and Purple Groovy Floral ranges which come with the option of pairing gorgeous matching swim hats and fun pool shoes - an ensemble that even the fussiest of fashionistas will love.  

For babies and toddlers choose the ¾ length one-piece for 0-6 years (AED210) or two-piece suits for 2-6 years (AED210). Both come with bright, eye-catching detailing on the sleeves and a higher neckline for additional sun-protection, plus the quick-drying swim fabrics mean that children will be comfortable and dried-off in no time. 

Girls aged between 4-6 years may also choose to opt for the versatile long and short-sleeved Rashguards or a popular Swim Shortie (AED140) in Pink Octopus. These swim essentials have been designed to provide maximum sun protection and flexibility for children while they swim and play. The comfortable fit and super light-weight fabrics make them perfect for lively, action-loving young girls. Complete the look in style with a pair of COÉGA Sunwear ¾ length Leggings available in Pink Octopus or Black (AED115).  

For boys aged 0-6 years COÉGA Sunwear has two distinctive styles for AW17 both packed with character. For the smallest surfers the vibrant tangerine mix of Blue Rider is a stand-out style and comes in a great one-piece for boys aged 0-6 years (AED210) and a useful two-piece design for boys aged 2-6 years (AED210 ). Boys aged 4-6 years can choose from a selection of long and short-sleeved Rashguards in a marine-themed Aqua Pirate print and wear with mix & match COÉGA Sunwear Swim Shorts (AED95) and Board Shorts (AED70) for 4-6 years available in Black and Navy. 

The COÉGA Sunwear AW17 kids collection has been designed and manufactured in the UAE using superior UV50 swim fabrics to make them the perfect beachwear choice for your little mermaids and mini mariners. So you can have piece-of-mind that 'COEGA's Got You Covered'! 


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