Best Swim Jammers For Training in 2021
Onvous Mens Durable Training Jammer Swimsuit (38) Black
Speedo Men's Swimsuit Jammer Endurance+ Solid USA Adult
- Our longest-lasting and best-selling Endurance+ fabric is ultra-chlorine resistant and designed to last 20 times longer than conventional swimwear fabrics
- Four-way stretch technology providing a body-hugging fit, great shape retention and soft comfort
- Lightweight and quick drying - resists sagging, bagging, fading and snagging
- Low moisture absorption and quick drying
- Front gusset
- Inner drawcord at waist for secure fit
- Jammer styling offers more coverage to the legs
BALEAF Men's Athletic Durable Training Polyester Jammer Swimsuit Navy 34
- Chlorine resistant; Endurance polyester fabric last longer than traditional Nylon fabric, retaining color and shape
- Lined front prevents fabric transparency and gives support
- Drawstring waist for an adjustable fit
- UPF 50+ sun protection by blocking UV rays
- PLEASE GO 1-2 SIZE UP THAN REGULAR. Hits above the knees; Great for lap swimming and competition
Speedo Boy's Swimsuit Jammer Begin to Swim Solid
- Built with lycra Extra life fiber engineered to have 5-10 times more durability than ordinary spandex fabrics
- Provides resistance to suntan lotions, skin oils and chlorine better than conventional fabrics
- Block the burn with UPF 50+ protective fabric
- American Red Cross licensed
- Resists sagging, bagging and fading
Flow Swim Jammer - Boys Youth Sizes 20 to 32 in Black, Navy, and Blue (28, Blue Crescents)
- FABRIC: Long lasting polyester spandex blend for durability, reduced water absorption and speed. Chlorine resistant.
- SPORTY DESIGN: These swimsuits are sleek, stylish and form fitting. "V" panel crotch for increased comfort and a sportier look.
- TECHNOLOGY: Flatlock stitching and a flat drawstring lie flatter and closer to the body to help speed water flow over the swimmer. Ideal for competition swimming, training, and fitness swimming.
- QUALITY: The Flow swim jammer is a quality swim suit for boys that will last. Over extended use these swim shorts will not become baggy or sag.
- SIZING: See size chart image on the left for correct sizing. Youth sizes available for little kids to young men with in between sizes for an even better fit.
Devoropa Boys' Swim Jammers Youth Competitive Swim Team Suit Quick Dry Athletic Swimming Shorts UPF 50+, Royal Blue, Youth Medium(US 10-12)
- Durable, quick drying fabric provides your kids for a cool and comfortable wear. Please see size chart image on the left for correct sizing
- Built-in adjustable draw string on waistband keep your boys swimsuit in place
- Flatlock seams construction design for the kids siwm jammer to reduce irritation from chafing
- UPF 50+ rating provides excellent protection against ultraviolet rays
- The boys' swim short is a quality swimsuit for your kids; Lightweight and flatlock seams design are improving your kids swimming speed in the water; This swimming short is perfect for swim team pratice, swimming competition, swim lessons, training and all kinds of water activities around the pool or beach
BALEAF Men's Square Leg Athletic Swim Jammers Durable Training Splice Swimsuit Red/Blue XXL
- Four-way stretch technology.Resist to sagging and bagging, keeping swimwear fitting newer longer
- Double lined front crotch
- Drawstring closure.Adjustable drawstring waist for a comfortable and secure fit
- Chlorine resistant; UPF 50+ sun protection by blocking UV rays
- Low moisture absorption and quick drying. Recommend going one size smaller than normal
MY KILOMETRE Boys' Jammer Swimsuit with Drawstring Training Swimwear for Kids Endurance Boys Youth Swim Shorts Red, Brown (Black, 8Y-Large(W23-24))
- ➊ 【Remain Durable Throughout Use】 81% Polyester,19% LYCRA XTRA LIFE FIBER features of resistance to sagging and bagging, keeping swimwear fitting newer longer
- ➋ 【Maximum resistance to chlorinated water】 The kids swim suits provide long-lasting wear thanks to its resistance to the damaging effects of chlorine for up to 600 hours of pool time
- ➌ 【Front Lined，Drawstring Waist】The training boy Jammers feature of lined front and drawstring waist
- ➍ 【Quick drying】 The practice suits are designed for training and fitness swimming. The stripe fabric is 100% chlorine resistant, fast drying and great shape retention
- ➎ 【UPF50+-protecting you from the sun’s UVA and UVB rays】 Hand wash cold water, hang or lay flat to dry. Don't iron or wash in hot water. Avoid direct sunlight
MY KILOMETRE Jammer Swimsuit Mens Solid Swim Jammers Endurance Long Racing Training Swimsuit Black
- ✅【Remain Durable Throughout Use】 81% Polyester,19% LYCRA XTRA LIFE FIBER features of resistance to sagging and bagging, keeping swimwear fitting newer longer
- ✅【Dry Significantly Fast】 The practice suits are designed for training and fitness swimming, the Sailfish fabric is 100% chlorine resistant, fast drying and great shape retention
- ✅【Lining in the Front，Drawstring】The training Jammer/shorts feature of lined front and drawstring waist
- ✅【Soft and Comfortable】Low moisture absorption, Four-Way Stretch technology also provides soft comfort
- ✅【Chlorine Resistant】Hand wash cold water, hang or lay flat to dry.Don't iron or wash in hot water.Avoid direct sunlight
TYR SDUS7A132 Durafast Elite Solid Mens Jammer Black 32
- 94% Polyester 6% Spandex
- Made in the USA and Imported product
- The Durafast Elite Solid Jammer features Durafast Elite, TYR's most advance performance and training fabric
- Durafast Elite performance and training fabric
- Able to sustain 300+ hours of use
- sport type: Swimming
What is Culture Jamming?
A history of culture jammers and other media hoaxers
Dery has further stated that culture jamming began with 1975's "Media Burn" event staged by Ant Farm, a performance art/architect collective, best known for their Texas landmark, The Cadillac Ranch. Media Burn was basically a performance art installation consisting of a wall of burning television sets smashed apart by a 1959 Cadillac.
Mark Dery has been often credited with popularizing the culture jamming phenomenon with his widely acclaimed 1993 essay.
The term "Culture Jamming"
The term "culture jamming" itself was coined in 1984 by San Francisco Bay Area experimental sound collage artists known collectively as Negativland. According to a Negativland member, the term was based on the concept of "radio jamming" or the usually deliberate transmission of radio signals to disrupt specific broadcasts, a tactic that originated during the Cold War.
In 1979, the group Negativland began with Concord, California high school students Mark Hosler and Richard Lyons. They gained notoriety in 1987 with their first media hoax (or act of culture jamming) after they sent out a phony press release to mainstream media outlets claiming that Negativland's single "Christianity is Stupid" had inspired David Brom, a real-life axe murderer, to kill his family. The story wound up running in mainstream newspapers, television news shows, and magazines.
When asked why they perpetuated this hoax, Negativland members stated that their object was to point out the "herd mentality" of mass media as well as the blatant lack of fact verification that could've easily uncovered the veracity of Negativland's fake press release.
Other members of Negativland throughout the years have included Don Joyce, David Wills, and Peter Conheim.
U2 vs Negativland
The group's next major cultural stir was their 1991 "U2" single that freely sampled rock supergroup U2's song "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and mixed the samples with sound-bites from mainstream deejay Casey Kasem and a kazoo band. Negativland's object in this stunt was to demonstrate their distain for copyright laws.
Unfortunately for them, Island Records and their lawyers didn't get the joke and launched a massive legal barrage at the performance artists, which resulted in all band members agreeing to destroy the single and recall copies as well as pay for damages.
After the lawsuit, when U2 band member "The Edge" was scheduled to be interviewed on anarchist deejay R.U. Sirius's radio show, Sirius did a switcheroo. He had Edge interviewed by Negativland members Mark Hosler and Don Joyce, who specifically asked the rocker about U2's own free use of sampling during their "Zoo TV Tour." Edge, of course, was taken by surprise and couldn't really respond to the accusations.
After the U2 incident, the group still encountered legal threats and warnings from the likes of corporations like Pepsico and Geffen Records and even by the lawyers for convicted axe murderer David Brom. Fortunately, none of these threats turned into lawsuits.
As of 2020, Negativland has helped craft a sampling license for Creative Commons, and they are currently hosting the weekly radio show "Over the Edge" on Berkeley's KPFA-FM.