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Meet Decathlon's Swimming Brand, Nabaji

Meet Decathlon's Swimming Brand, Nabaji

Happy National Learn to Swim Day! The main goals of this day are to raise awareness about the importance of water safety, teach both children and adults how to swim, and educate them the benefits of learning to swim. Here at Decathlon, with our swimming brand, Nabaiji, you can find all the essential swim gears you need to start swimming (at unbelievable prices)!


Nabaiji is Decathlon’s swimming brand that was created in 2008. It consists of a team of passionate swimmers who innovate and create new products every day to make swimming accessible for everyone. Nabaiji’s goal is to help swimmers of all levels enjoy their time in the water, improve their performance, and most importantly, feel safe inside water. No matter if you’re a beginner or an advanced swimmer, you’ll always be able to find what you need from Nabaiji here at Decathlon!


If you’re ready to start learning how to swim, here are some products that you’d need to get started:

  1.  Mesh Swim Cap

Our Mesh Swim Cap is very comfortable and lightweight, making it very easy to put on and take off. It also does not pull on hair! Perfect for beginners. Available in multiple colors.

  1.  Swimming Goggles Xbase

This is a pair of very comfortable goggles. With its adjustable straps and nose bridge, it will fit perfectly on your face, guaranteeing an excellent watertight seal. It also won’t be fogging up while you’re swimming, thanks to the anti-fog treatment, so you won’t have to worry about your vision in the water!

  1. Women’s One-Piece Swimsuit Loran or Men’s Swim Shorts B-Free+

With its U-shaped back, this swimsuit is very easy to put on and allows you to move with complete freedom during your swim.

The cut guarantees freedom of movement and the built-in briefs ensure total comfort during use. The fabric does not stick to the legs for maximum freedom of movement. Perfect for everyone!


Now you have all you need, let’s go swimming! Find a public pool near you and start in the shallow ends, working you way up down the pool as your comfort level grows.

TIP: Don’t forget to stretch and warm up before you swim.

We hope you have fun in the water!

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