Prana Aolani Swim Tight - Women's

Prana Aolani Swim Tight - Women's
Prana Aolani Swim Tight - Women's
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Aolani Swim Tight - Women's by Prana
No need to wait for the height of summer to take out your paddle board. With Prana's Aolani Swim Tights you're free to head out to the lake when the spring sun is high but the breeze is still thinking of cooler weather. Its stretchy performance-friendly fabric makes footwork easy, defends against the sun, and dries quickly to ward off windchill.

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