do boys surf half naked or with speedos on?

  • preppystud

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    May 04, 2013 1:12 PM GMT
    some of them wear those sexy looking rash guard, what are those for?

    and in real life, do any boys surf with only speedos on?

    how many surfers wear tops? generally speaking?
  • calibro

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    May 04, 2013 7:59 PM GMT
    preppystud saidsome of them wear those sexy looking rash guard, what are those for?

    and in real life, do any boys surf with only speedos on?

    how many surfers wear tops? generally speaking?


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    May 04, 2013 8:19 PM GMT
    "This Thread Is Useless Without Pics".




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    May 04, 2013 8:34 PM GMT
    redcheeks
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    May 04, 2013 8:36 PM GMT
    rnch said"This Thread Is Useless Without Pics".




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    this, though, not the type of pic posted above LOL
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    May 04, 2013 8:37 PM GMT
    Maybe someplace where the water is much, much warmer than north america.
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    May 04, 2013 8:52 PM GMT
    I live in the USA I wear Speedos for every water activity I do whether it be swimming, water skiing, wakeboarding, and Surfing if i only knew how to do it. I do have a boogie board for body surfing. Of course im not a "boy" So I guess my comment dont count. Young guys and boys you wont see wearing speedos because they think there "gay" and there in secure with the bodies..
  • offshore

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    May 04, 2013 9:26 PM GMT
    Rash guard is for preventing a rash and protection from the sun.

    If you want skin cancer, yeah sure go right ahead and surf topless. Some dudes do cause they think they are invincible.

    No one I know surf in Speedo, partly peer pressure partly Speedo would give you hell of a rash on your legs. Speedo do look stupid for surfing anyway.

    70 style shorter boardies are making a come back.

    Ps. Stop perving on surfers.
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    May 04, 2013 9:32 PM GMT
    You can't surf without a wetsuit where I live -- it's way too cold.
  • d_1M

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    May 04, 2013 9:37 PM GMT
    wet suits only and nothing else
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    May 04, 2013 9:47 PM GMT
    This is probably not the best site to go to to have peculiar fetishes indulged, OP.

    But I'll agree with what davidingeorgia said - the casual wear of speedos for water activities falls on a particular side of a generation gap.

    Baby Boomers (50s+) and older seem to enjoy wearing them, which given the physical conditioning of the average Boomer is probably not terribly appealing in most cases.

    Guys from Gen X and late Gen Y (currently early 30s - late 40s) skew heavily into the square cut trunks to full cut board shorts.

    Millennials and younger (under 30) will rarely found in anything less revealing than knee-length jammer type board shorts for fear of exuding any form of "phaggotry". Unless of course they just happen to be really horny twinks who will be wearing as skimpy a square-cut trunk as their frame can manage.

    This all exists in exclusion to any sort of actual competitive water sport where the gear worn is dictated by some governing authority and neither the whims of either age nor a dis-oriented sense of what is age or bodyfat level appropriate.
  • offshore

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    May 04, 2013 9:49 PM GMT
    Have you seen iron man competition?
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    May 04, 2013 10:07 PM GMT
    AlphaTrigger saidThis is probably not the best site to go to to have peculiar fetishes indulged, OP.

    But I'll agree with what davidingeorgia said - the casual wear of speedos for water activities falls on a particular side of a generation gap.

    Baby Boomers (50s+) and older seem to enjoy wearing them, which given the physical conditioning of the average Boomer is probably not terribly appealing in most cases.

    Guys from Gen X and late Gen Y (currently early 30s - late 40s) skew heavily into the square cut trunks to full cut board shorts.

    Millennials and younger (under 30) will rarely found in anything less revealing than knee-length jammer type board shorts for fear of exuding any form of "phaggotry". Unless of course they just happen to be really horny twinks who will be wearing as skimpy a square-cut trunk as their frame can manage.

    This all exists in exclusion to any sort of actual competitive water sport where the gear worn is dictated by some governing authority and neither the whims of either age nor a dis-oriented sense of what is age or bodyfat level appropriate.


    LOL.

    Uh, 70 year old Canadians in Phoenix at the pool in thongs on a beautiful winter morning. I think you're on to something here.
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    May 04, 2013 10:15 PM GMT
    AlphaTrigger saidThis is probably not the best site to go to to have peculiar fetishes indulged, OP.

    But I'll agree with what davidingeorgia said - the casual wear of speedos for water activities falls on a particular side of a generation gap.

    Baby Boomers (50s+) and older seem to enjoy wearing them, which given the physical conditioning of the average Boomer is probably not terribly appealing in most cases.

    Guys from Gen X and late Gen Y (currently early 30s - late 40s) skew heavily into the square cut trunks to full cut board shorts.

    Millennials and younger (under 30) will rarely found in anything less revealing than knee-length jammer type board shorts for fear of exuding any form of "phaggotry". Unless of course they just happen to be really horny twinks who will be wearing as skimpy a square-cut trunk as their frame can manage.

    This all exists in exclusion to any sort of actual competitive water sport where the gear worn is dictated by some governing authority and neither the whims of either age nor a dis-oriented sense of what is age or bodyfat level appropriate.


    Alphatrigger pretty much said it all. I'm 43, and grew up in Germany. Until I was in my mid-twenties, speedos was what everyone used for all water sports. When I moved to the US in 1997, I quickly learned that that was not appropriate here, and started wearing board shorts like everyone else.

    For surfing, I usually wear compression shorts underneath, and a short-sleeved rash guard if the water isn't cold enough to require a wetsuit. I somehow get a rash on my skin airily easily when laying on the board, and the rash guard also adds UV protection. I do surf shirtless once in a while, usually in the evening when the sun is not as intense anymore.
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    May 04, 2013 10:48 PM GMT
    davidingeorgia saidI live in the USA I wear Speedos for every water activity I do


    Well, me too... but that's because it makes it easy to squirm into a wetsuit.

    Hmm... speaking of fetishes, they could mail sailing harnesses a little more sexy...
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    May 04, 2013 11:01 PM GMT
    I never surfed with speedos. I would wear boardshorts if the water was REALLY warm (like during an El Nino). Sometimes my friends would wear a spring suit (nothing underneath). However, since the water is really cold in Southern California, I would wear a wetsuit with nothing underneath.

    No surfers wear shirts when they're out on the water, that's lame. Also, I've never seen a surfer wear speedos.
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    May 04, 2013 11:58 PM GMT
    seoulsearcher saidI never surfed with speedos. I would wear boardshorts if the water was REALLY warm (like during an El Nino). Sometimes my friends would wear a spring suit (nothing underneath). However, since the water is really cold in Southern California, I would wear a wetsuit with nothing underneath.

    No surfers wear shirts when they're out on the water, that's lame. Also, I've never seen a surfer wear speedos.


    Err, I wear a shirt when cruising in the summer. Not buttoned up. Plenty longboarders do.
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    May 05, 2013 1:21 AM GMT
    offshore saidErr, I wear a shirt when cruising in the summer. Not buttoned up. Plenty longboarders do.


    *stands by for Incendiary to drop in with his trademark YCYL*


    Heheh.

    J/K.
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    May 05, 2013 1:30 AM GMT
    AlphaTrigger said

    *stands by for Incendiary to drop in with his trademark YCYL*
    ....


    I thought it had been found dead auto-asphyxiated, hanging in a closet, porn loop still running?
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    AlphaTrigger said

    *stands by for Incendiary to drop in with his trademark YCYL*
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    I thought it had been found dead auto-asphyxiated, hanging in a closet, porn loop still running?


    Heh. He's still very much alive.
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    May 05, 2013 8:36 AM GMT
    In Europe as opposed to uptight North America, speedos are worn at all ages
    I'll be hitting 55 and I like to wear a speedo at the beach
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    May 05, 2013 1:12 PM GMT
    AlphaTrigger saidThis is probably not the best site to go to to have peculiar fetishes indulged, OP.

    But I'll agree with what davidingeorgia said - the casual wear of speedos for water activities falls on a particular side of a generation gap.

    Baby Boomers (50s+) and older seem to enjoy wearing them, which given the physical conditioning of the average Boomer is probably not terribly appealing in most cases.

    Guys from Gen X and late Gen Y (currently early 30s - late 40s) skew heavily into the square cut trunks to full cut board shorts.

    Millennials and younger (under 30) will rarely found in anything less revealing than knee-length jammer type board shorts for fear of exuding any form of "phaggotry". Unless of course they just happen to be really horny twinks who will be wearing as skimpy a square-cut trunk as their frame can manage.

    This all exists in exclusion to any sort of actual competitive water sport where the gear worn is dictated by some governing authority and neither the whims of either age nor a dis-oriented sense of what is age or bodyfat level appropriate.


    BTW.. Yes I fall into the "50" yo group.. But that dosent mean I started wearing Speedos last week.. I have been wearing them since I was 21... Yes.. 21.. The same age that today thinks its "gay" to wear them.. Reason I wore them when I was 21. was Because I DONT GIVE A FUCK WHAT OTHERS THINK ABOUT WHAT I WEAR.. And that goes for today as well.
    What got me started wearing them.. When i was 21 I took a trip to Cape hatterass NC to drive the beach in my truck. Well I wanted to go swimming, but didnt have a swimsuit on me, So I just wore my colored brief underwear (looks like speedo anyway). So I spent the weeked in my "underwear" running the beach in my truck, etc. There were allot of people there, and they didnt seem to notice or make comments to me. So I kept wearing that style swimwear from then on since It feels more comfortable then baggy shorts.

    As far as my sexual preferance goes? I didnt have any gay feelings back then and I felt comfortable in my own skin wearing what I was wearing on the beach.
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    May 05, 2013 1:24 PM GMT
    Here in Australia if you wore speedo's while surfing you would get some pretty odd looks from people lol, but you wouldn't because the force of the waves would eventually force those speedo's off yeh bum lol.

    I wear a full wetsuit most of the year only because unless your really muscly or fat you wont last in the water more than an hour, without shivering your way out (not fun)

    Rash tops or rashies here are to a) protect you from those harsh UV rays of the sun and b) prevent a rash on your stomach caused by the friction of the board against your stomach..................plus they make you look uber sexy when you get out of the water as the material sticks to your body defining those pecs and abdominals. icon_biggrin.gif
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    May 05, 2013 1:30 PM GMT
    I thought the OP was asking if surfies wear speedos UNDER their boardshorts (not just speedos on their own - which is no).

    From what I can see, most surfies do not where anything under their boardshorts. icon_cool.gif
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    May 05, 2013 1:49 PM GMT
    I wear speedos. Even though i get odd looks from people, i like it because they are looking at my bulge