Swim trunks - What do you like?

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    Aug 29, 2010 10:15 PM GMT
    What style of trunks do you like, and which if any "added features" do you like to get in a set of trunks?

    a) Nada. I swim nekkid at a nude beach / swim hall / naturist club

    b) Thong-thong-thong-thong-thong: for epic butt floss win.

    c) Thin-waistband / string bikini

    d) Speedos

    e) Square-cut shorts with small inseam (reveals entire leg up to groin)

    f) Square-cut shorts with up to mid-thigh inseam

    g) Board shorts, because nobody needs to see your tightly-wrapped junk cock and balls

    h) Loose fitting trunks

    Added features:

    1) Internal liner

    2) Liner to diffuse the presentation of your junk cock and balls

    3) Butt-Lifting padding

    4) junk cock and balls-enhancing devices (rings, cock-pockets, sleeves, pulleys, small motors...?)


    Feel free to tell us your #1 fave designer/model of trunks for reference if so inclined. icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 29, 2010 11:04 PM GMT
    a) AT THE NUDE BEACH: Nada. I swim nekkid at a nude beach / swim hall / naturist club
    b) Thong-thong-thong-thong-thong: for epic butt floss win.
    c) Thin-waistband / string bikini
    AT A NOT-NUDE BEACH: d) Speedos, or
    e) Square-cut shorts with small inseam (reveals entire leg up to groin)
    f) Square-cut shorts with up to mid-thigh inseam
    g) Board shorts, because nobody needs to see your tightly-wrapped junk
    h) Loose fitting trunks

    Added features:
    1) CUT OUT THE Internal liner TO HIGHLIGHT THE PRESENTATION OF MY EQUIPMENT
    2) Liner to diffuse the presentation of your junk
    3) Butt-Lifting padding
    4) Junk-enhancing devices (rings, cock-pockets, sleeves, pulleys, small motors...?)

    My cock and balls are NOT "junk."
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    Aug 29, 2010 11:57 PM GMT
    F AND G. I like those mid thigh board shorts or just board shorts. I tried speedo's for a while, just ok.
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    Aug 30, 2010 12:23 AM GMT
    G & H..............I always cut the liner out of swim trunks. To constricting....lol
  • Puppy80

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    Aug 30, 2010 1:39 AM GMT
    If I'm out in public situations, I like to wear just regular trunks. They come to just above my knees. If I'm more like serious swimming, i have jammer trunks.
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    Aug 30, 2010 2:34 AM GMT
    NakedBudd saidMy cock and balls are NOT "junk."


    And indeed they aren't. ;)
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    Aug 30, 2010 2:34 AM GMT
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    Aug 30, 2010 2:57 AM GMT
    Currently I do (a) at Sandy Hook... but otherwise I'm a (g) guy through and through.

    I am giving thought to changing that up with these rather interesting Andrew Christian square cut shorts, kinda wondering how the junk cock and balls enhancing features would work on me lol

    http://www.andrewchristianshop.com/Viewproduct.aspx?mmpid=12496&mmcid=12518&mmsid=12521
  • toybrian

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    Aug 30, 2010 2:59 AM GMT
    love my speedo and swimming in them...
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    Aug 30, 2010 3:00 AM GMT
    G and F

    Whether it is tight or loose I think square cut emphasizes masculinity.
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    Aug 30, 2010 3:10 AM GMT
    I heard an Italian fashion designer complaining on NPR about a month ago that there are no good choices these days for male swimwear. The popular loose trunks look like dresses and do nothing to complement the male physique, while the tight square cuts (and less) like I find in the gay village are slutty and can even look effeminate. What this guy advocates is a return to a classic masculine square cut as can be found in movies from the 50s & 60s. He is starting to design around this theme. And I am embarrassed to say that though I agree I don't remember his name. Did anyone else hear this broadcast?
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    Aug 30, 2010 3:24 AM GMT
    Nivek saidI heard an Italian fashion designer complaining on NPR about a month ago that there are no good choices these days for male swimwear. The popular loose trunks look like dresses and do nothing to complement the male physique, while the tight square cuts (and less) like I find in the gay village are slutty and can even look effeminate. What this guy advocates is a return to a classic masculine square cut as can be found in movies from the 50s & 60s. He is starting to design around this theme. And I am embarrassed to say that though I agree I don't remember his name. Did anyone else hear this broadcast?


    That gets me to thinking James Bond in a swim suit (era appropriate).

    And when I think of "James Bond, I think of these:

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    And for the actual type of square-cuts-ish shorts as seen from the 1960s, I give you James Bond Classic :


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