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Fivemoreminutes1 Tue 22-Sep-20 05:39:03

Next always have them www.next.co.uk/style/st299407/318294#318294

www.next.co.uk/g241132s7/611478#611478

TolpuddleFarter Tue 22-Sep-20 05:33:07

We have a dryrobe, but they are £££.

We also have Arena drying robe off Amazon for 25 quid - it's not as warm or drying as a dry robe though

Whatelsecouldibecalled Tue 22-Sep-20 04:41:14

Dry robe. I think they do kids ones

CMOTDibbler Mon 21-Sep-20 22:42:17

Decathlon have them - search for changing robes

EggyPegg Mon 21-Sep-20 22:40:30

I've always used onesies. They double up as something that dries them as well as something to wear. We generally drive to swimming lessons, so they just get in the car wearing them. Just need a towel to protect their modesty as they get changed if they're changing on poolside.

Subtleknife Mon 21-Sep-20 22:37:51

Any recommendations for a lightweight dressing gown or hooded towel for kids to sling on after their swimming lessons? One that actually dries rather than repels water, and won't break the bank? Poolside changing been a novelty so far but as it gets colder would like a better solution! Thanks

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