Andrew Christian introduces its new collection of swimwear trunks that feature contrasting stripes on the waistband for a sporty and fun look. Currently available for the upcoming summer season, the Andrew Christian Division Trunk is offered in white or navy blue.Read more ›
Swim Square Cut Trunks
Marc Jacobs was spotted with his boyfriend sunbathing in the surf while wearing a square-cut trunk similar to the 2xist Cabo Square-Cut trunk. Get the Look!Read more ›
Influenced by nautical-inspired fashions, 2xist introduces its new swimwear collection that showcases a modern spin on nautical print. Currently available, the 2xist Nautical Knot range consists of four swimwear styles: the Rio brief, Cabo square-cut trunk, Hampton short and Ibiza shorts.Read more ›
2xist kicks off the spring season with the release of its latest swimwear collection that showcases a colorful and playful pattern of fish. Currently available, the 2xist School of Fish collection consists of four swimwear styles: the Rio brief, Cabo Square-Cut Trunk, Hampton Shorts and Ibiza Shorts.Read more ›
2xist launches its new swimwear collection, which offers a colorful plaid print for the upcoming summer season. Currently available, the 2xist Summer Plaid collection features five swimwear styles that include the Rio brief, Cabo square-cut trunk, Hampton short, Maui board short and Ibiza short.Read more ›
Swim Square Cut Trunks
Swim square cut trunks are an extremely popular style of men’s swimwear. They are body fitting like a swim brief, but provide more coverage. Covering up the “trunk” of the body, swim square cut trunks are named for the amount of coverage they provide the wearer. They feature a straight square front and wide side paneling. Swim square cut trunks sit low on the waist and cover about a quarter of the upper thigh accentuating the abdomen and the height of the wearer.
Similar to men’s swim briefs, swim square cut trunks are made with fast drying and water friendly fabrics like nylon and spandex.
Swim square cut trunks have seen a surge in popularity recently. Designers as notable as Versace and Dole & Gabbana have embraced the cut, incorporating it into their seasonal offerings. The cut has always been a constant top style in Brazil, however, where a similar cut, the sunga, is the most popular style of men’s swimwear.