Dar Swim Club uses a set of different equipments to facilitate proper swimming environment, depending on the swimmer's level. Different equipments are used as listed below:

Pull Buoy:

Swimmers place the buoy between the legs - between their thighs or their ankles - to provide support to the body without kicking the legs. This allows the swimmer to focus on training only their arms and developing both endurance and upper body strength.

Pull Buoy:

The Foam Kickboard helps swimmers build legs strength by immobilizing the arms.


Skins provide full body coverage from the ankles to the neck and wrists, though some sleeveless designs also exist.

Swim caps:

Caps are worn in an attempt to keep the hair relatively dry or free from chlorinated water, to keep the sun off the hair, and also, when a cap is worn with ear plugs, in order to keep water out of the ears.


Goggles or safety glasses are forms of protective eyewear that usually enclose or allow swimmers to see clearly underwater.


Using the snorkel our swimmers benefited on improving their stroke mechanics, body position, balance, streamline positioning and increases lung capacity and aerobic.


A jammer is a style of swimsuit worn by male swimmers, used mainly in competition to obtain speed advantages. They are made of nylon and lycra/spandex material and have a form fitting design to reduce water resistance.

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Swimming Costume:

Costumes are worn by men, women or children while they are engaging in a water-based activity or water sports, such as swimming, water polo, diving, surfing, water skiing, or during activities in the sun, such as sun bathing.


Using the fins swimmers as improved on cardiovascular fitness, kick strength, ankle flexibility, body position, stroke technique and speed.

Freestyle Hand Padles:

Freestyler Hand Paddle improving reach and distance-per-stroke and promotes a strong pull through, better hip-rotation and increased efficiency.