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Flounced Tennis Skirt with ball trim  - Lime/White Maximize

Flounced Tennis Skirt with ball trim - Lime/White

Full flounced skort with built-in shorts. Breathable, fast drying fabric for exercise activities.

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FestaSport Collection

Ultra feminine with added fierce, fighting spirit makes this skirt a winner every time. Sporty skirt is made specifically for tennis but - hey - it works for all activewear and running around town getting things done. Our specialized FestaFit makes this skort a must have for function and comfort. Inner shorts have lower leg band to hold balls toght to the body during matches. Specialty sports elastic at waist allows breathability while keeping its size and shape. Fun balls trim flips and flys while you play. After washing - balls retain shape and function.

Shorts fabric features fantastic wick-away treatment for quick dry during intense perspiration, ventilation and breathability increasing air flow to keep you cool, antibacterial quality with odor resistance, and UPF 50 all day sun protection, all created in an environmentally friendly process*.

Skirt fabric is quick dry, color fast, funky and fun!

Skirt lengths from waist to front hem: XS - 13", S - 13.5", M - 14", L - 14.5", XL - 15", 1 - 15.5", 2 - 16", 3 - 16.5"  All skirts are slightly longer in the back.

Content

92% Polyester / 8%Lycra

Care Instructions

Wash cool, hang to dry. OK to dry on low heat.

*Our shorts fabric is made from a new environmentally friendly treatment that is made from a natural biomass called Chitosan. Chitosan is made from crab and/or shrimp shells. It can be combined with a variety of different fibers to create a fabric with many benefits. It is absorbant, breathable, durable, fast drying, soft, and static-free. It also has natural and durable anti-bacterial properties to strongly inhibit the growth of bacteria. Fabric stays fresh, hygienic and odor resistant. ChitoSante is the only anti-bacterial bio-agent in the world that is certified by the US Environmental Protection Agency. (July 13, 2015)