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  • Nike's modesty swimsuit makes sport more inclusive
  • Nike's modesty swimsuit makes sport more inclusive
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Nike's modesty swimsuit makes sport more inclusive

Nike has launched the Victory Swim collection, making it the first major sportswear brand to offer full-coverage swimwear for women. Designed primarily for Muslim women, the swimsuit meets demands for comfortable, practical, and stylish full-body swimwear.

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