Stay Strong Be Fierce Grip Bag
Whether you carry your grips back and forth to practice or leave them at the gym, you’ll have the stand out bag of your crew. Our inspirational, bold graphics will keep your motivation level on high. The space dye print is trendy and cute. Take a closer look and you’ll see tiny Destira stars on the black drawstring. Fun! With our super soft grip bag in hand, we’re confident you’ll smile when it’s time to rotate to bars.
Our grip bag is slightly over-sized, measuring a generous 10” x 10”. There’s lot of room for your tape, wrist bands, grips and more. The Destira grip bag is sturdy and designed to fit into your active lifestyle. Throw in a leotard and shorts, and pop it in your back pack for after school practice. Slip a change of clothes, socks or undergarments into our bag and toss it in your gym duffel. Organization: you’ve got it handled. Don’t forget a healthy snack – the Destira grip bag can handle your power bars and apple. Make it your own! Fill it up and have fun.Size Chart
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Tips for Sizing
Destira leotards run fairly true to your gymnast's clothing size. Most often, a gymnast will wear the same size they wear in street clothes. For example, a 10/12 Child Large in girls clothing is a Child Large in Destira.
Metallic fabrics have less stretch and will have a tighter feel when worn. Keep fabric type in mind when choosing size. For growing room, choose one size up.
Please do not size based on another apparel brand, as each brand runs differently. When in doubt size to your gymnast's street clothing size.
|24 1/2"||19 1/2"||21 3/8"||39 3/8"||Child XXS (3-4)|
|24 7/8"||19 7/8"||21 3/4"||41 1/2"||Child XS (5-6)|
|25 1/4"||20 1/4"||22 1/8"||43 3/4"||Child S (6x-7)|
|25 5/8"||20 5/8"||22 1/2"||45 3/4"||Child M (8-10)|
|26"||21"||22 7/8"||48"||Child L (10-12)|
|27 1/4"||19 3/4"||25 3/4"||49 5/8"||Junior (12-14)|
|28 3/4"||20 3/4"||27 1/4"||51 3/4"||Adult XS|
|30 1/8"||21 3/8"||28 3/4"||53 7/8"||Adult S|
|31 1/2"||23 3/4"||30 1/4"||56"||Adult M|
|33"||25 1/8"||31 3/4"||58"||Adult L|
|34 3/4"||26 1/2"||33 1/4"||60 3/8"||Adult XL*|
How to Measure
- Chest Measurement: taken with a deep breath, arms held out at shoulder height. Go directly over shoulder blades on back.
- Waist Measurement: taken at natural waistline, on-or-around belly-button
- Hip Measurement: taken around the fullest part of the buttocks
- Torso Measurement: taken from the center of the shoulder, down the front, between the legs, and up to the back to the starting point.
Tips to make your favorite Destira last longer!
Rinse/Wash ASAP: Leotards need a rinse even after a quick workout. Sweat, body oils, and deodorant can do damage. The sooner you can wash, the better!
Hand Wash: All the experts agree that hand washing is best. Washing machines agitate all the delicate parts - crystals, vinyl, straps, or holograms.
Soap Up: We recommend washing a leotard with a mild detergent(our favorite is Ivory Snow liquid). Stay away from a standard laundry detergent, especially granular ones, as they can be abrasive. DO NOT use Woolite or fabric softener. They break down the glue that holds the foil and/or embellishment on the garment. Do not bleach or iron your leotards.
Dry Off: Resist the urge to wring your leotards after hand washing them. Doing so can damage the fibers. Lay the leotard out on a towel, roll the towel up and squeeze gently, then lay it out to dry. Avoid drying it in sunshine.
Rotate Leos: Spandex and Lycra are memory fabrics, meaning they need a full day to snap back to their usual position. If you're at camp, or wear leotards often, it's essential to have more than one so that each leo has 24 hours to bounce back (as well as time to wash and dry completely).
Keep Cool: Hot water is bad for workout wear. Wash your garment in cold water.
Prep Your New Leotards: Before your first workout, you can do a 30-minute soak in a vinegar and water mixture (1 tablespoon white vinegar per quart of water) to prevent dye from bleeding. PS - This works for all your clothes and is great for dark denim!
Watch Where You Sit: When you're at the gym, watch out for Velcro on mats, equipment, or grips. Velcro can snag leotard material.