More pride styles and swimwear take over the majority of the new arrivals! Check out what has happened this week in Men’s Underwear:June 2nd-June 8th, 2015!Read More
Pride month is upon us, check out sexy Pride themed styles, as well as more new releases! Check out this Week In Men’s Underwear: May 24th – June 1st, 2015:
There’s a quote that comes to mind when you see the XDress Spring Plaid Range; “Sex Sells.” These styles will have your partner begging for a piece of you.
The Andrew Christian Spring 15 Swim Collection follows the same trend as their underwear. The swimwear has a retro sense of athleticism and neon accents.
The Baskit Lucky 7’s Rise Bikini is a swimwear look designed to draw everyone’s eyes to your package. The look is brightly colored with a racing stripe.Read More
The N2N X-treme Swim Collection is for those unafraid to show off. Each revealing look has a bright color and sunny disposition. Available in three styles.Read More
Perhaps the most revealing type of men’s swimwear, swim bikinis are almost identical in cut and style to the men’s bikini underwear style. Swim bikinis were most definitely not designed for rigorous water sports, but for aesthetics, looking good, and for optimizing the summer sun.
Swim bikinis generally show the entire side of the legs and rest right on the hips; they typically cover the entire backside. Most men’s swim bikinis aren’t capped with a waistband, emphasizing the barely-there cut.
Men’s swim bikinis are made with the same water friendly fabrics as other styles like swim board shorts, swim square cut trunks, and swim briefs: spandex, polyester. Though they’re made with far less fabric than the other popular men’s swimwear styles, these fabrics ensure a quick dry.
Swim bikinis had their hay day in the 1930’s and 1940’s when male elite would wear black briefs. Today’s designers have embraced the former popularity, and presented the style in recent seasonal collections. Most bikinis from fashion houses are form-fitting and made in a variety of colors, but the most popular and masculine, of course, is black.