grahamgoo wrote: »
I didn't think swim caps kept water out of the ears.
elsien wrote: »
Colds are caused by a virus, not by having wet hair.
Thomas_Holding wrote: »
I get colds often and need to keep my hair dry.
Moneyineptitude wrote: »
It is a common misconception that a swim cap will keep your hair dry when swimming.
If you have long hair and you wear a latex cap, it will assist in keeping your hair out of the water.
What swim caps will do generally is make it easier to wear goggles, as they provide a smooth surface for the strap and won't get tangled in your hair.
If you want to keep your hair dry you'll need to wear a cap and only swim breast stroke thereby keeping your head out of the water.
"Colds" which regular swimmers get are often more a reaction to getting chlorinated water in the nasal passages, so you might find a nose clip of assistance...
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