When I was lifeguarding, I found a couple pair of swimsuits in the morning. The regulars told me people were in after hours. Later in the morning a guy came back and asked if I found any swimsuits. I said no. <img alt="wink.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/wink.gif"> I had already thrown them in the trash.
<span style="font-family:'Times New Roman';"><span style="font-size:medium;">I don’t know about reflective, but highly visible colors like blaze orange are a good idea. The open water group that I swim with skirts the outside of a large designated swimming area. There are markers warning wind surfers and kite surfers to keep away. But in spring and fall when no one is at the beach, they like to venture into the swimming area. We’ve had close calls with them even though we wear orange swim caps. SWIMOUTLET has a two-piece with reflective stripes on it…but nothing for guys. Hmmmm?</span></span><br><br><span style="font-size:medium;"><span style="font-family:'Times New Roman';">Dan</span></span><br><br><br><img alt="" src="http://www.swimoutlet.com/photos/3985-2T.jpg" style="border:0px solid;"><br><br><br>
this feels like a post where points should be given.<br>
Points for everyone!<br><br>
Something I just thought of. If the reflective is on the front. And your front is aiming downward. You really are a lure. The submarine (god where do you swim?) isn't going to see you. The windsurfers aren't going to see it (lest you be reflective 'cross the rear)<br>
Now a glow in the dark pool and some marco/polo might actually be a use. Of course I'm so pale in winter my skin reflects light so... guess not<br><br>
Either way points for all. It's like a finish this joke<br><br>
Reflective racing swimwear, trek trail racers and a headlamp....
My guess would be to make finding your carcass easier to find at the bottom of the lake/ocean??? But, cadavar dog are pretty good at just finding the scent...<br><br>
Serious guess would be so you could s/b/r in it???