Star Trek: TNG One-Piece Swimsuits (Now Back in Stock!)


Update: Just a quick update to let you know that the Star Trek: TNG swimsuits are now back in stock over at Thinkgeek, and since a lot of people have complained about the confusing sizing table, the product page now has an updated and easier to understand version!

I know a few ladies who’ll be getting one of these for sure! Available in 3 colors: Blue (Science), Gold (Operations), or Red (Command.)

From Thinkgeek:

Whether your destination is the ocean world of Pacifica, the pristine beaches of Risa, or your local Y, take the plunge with these Star Trek:TNG One-Piece Swimsuits modeled after the ST:TNG uniform. Choose Blue, Gold, or Red, whichever suits you. (There will be a test later.) The suit comes in sizes small through 2X and has a back hook closure with two adjustment options for a custom torso fit. It also features soft bust cups for shape which are removable if you prefer the look without them.


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Edit: They also have a Deanna Troi Swim Shirt and a TNG Cover-Up Romper!



18 Responses to Star Trek: TNG One-Piece Swimsuits (Now Back in Stock!)

      • Scotty’s division color remained gold while he was captain, though his shirt mysteriously changed from gold to white between ST3 and 4. From then on he wore a white shirt with a vest or a gold shirt under his dress uniform jacket.

    • Vice Admiral Toddman on DS9 wore a gold operations uniform and he was a vice admiral.

  1. @conrad: Don’t confuse Rank and Position. Since there can only be one “Captain” on board a ship, anyone with the Rank “Captain” (but not the Position) will be referred to as one Rank higher in their respective branch of the armed forces.

  2. Did no one notice where the communications pin was?? I wouldn’t wear one of these if you paid me. Geez Louise! Put it up higher guys!

    • The girl in the red one is the same as the girl in the blue one. Just a different facial expression. But hey, thanks for playing.

      • Nick’s comment was in reference to ‘redshirts’ being the first to die in the show. But hey, thanks for playing.