Professional swimwear and equipment from Arena for kids
For over 40 years, Arena has been manufacturing bathing equipment for kids and adults that ensures that every moment in water is unforgettable.
Arena understands that all athletes want to win, and Arena has a goal. They want to strengthen and support water sports. With the help of many different types of collaborations with athletes, Arena has been able to offer products that meet customers’ expectations for many years.
The smart swimwear from Arena for kids in professional quality is perfect for both swimmers as a hobby or for kids who partake in swimming professionally. There are many nice styles and there is something for everyone.
Arena bases its business on 4 values: innovation, authenticity, passion and self-forfeion. They work hard to ensure that athletes get the best products made in the best quality. They work closely with athletes to produce clothing that makes athletes win fairly.
Arena is a brand that loves sports, achievements, and success as well as encouraging people to challenge themself every day, to get a little better than they were the day before.
The story behind Arena
The Arena brand was founded by Horst Dassler, the son of the founder of Adidas. Dassler saw Mark Spitz win the historic 7 gold medals in 1972 at the Summer Olympics in Munich. That is when Dassler decided to start a company that produced swimwear for water sports.
Arena began collaborating with well-known swimmers to develop perfect swimwear. It ended with a total of 62 medals during swimming competitions in West Berlin by the swimmers who wore swimwear from Arena.
Buy new swimwear from Arena from us
We hope you find exactly what you are looking for from Arena in our shop. We have a large assortment of many fine products and styles. Feel free to browse the different styles to find new swimwear for your boy or girl.
Tips when buying swimwear and swim accessories from Arena
If your kid is still growing, it can be a good idea to buy clothes in a size up. It is not comfortable to wear clothes that are too small, and this applies to Arena swimwear or clothing from any other brand. This is the reason why parents often buy clothes in a larger size.