Brazilian model Iago Botelho was photographed wearing the latest collections of teamm8 swimwear. The beautiful man, of course, rocks the looks at the beach – but this isn’t your average sexy summer swim shoot. Photographer Gabriel Felix captures Iago along a rocky part of the Brazilian coast. A little rugged and a little fun-in-the-sun, Iago’s photoshoot in teamm8 swimwear is all about showing off the brand’s masculine cuts and their popping geometric prints.
teamm8 swimwear is designed into three styles: a swim brief, a swim trunk, and swim shorts. Sure, it’s the prints on the Cabana Collection and Hunter Collection that are guaranteed to get you compliments, looks, and maybe even free drinks at the beachside bar – but the jagged and eye-catching patterns wouldn’t look as good without teamm8’s flattering swim cuts (and not to mention, Iago Botelho’s body).
The swim briefs fit nice and snug, just like you’d expect from the cut and the brand. They’re narrow and designed with seams that form around your hips and rear for an attractive amount of support. Both teamm8 swim briefs and swim trunks also get more structure from a waistband and drawstrings. Both also leave Iago’s legs perfectly exposed. He’ll get a better tan that way, and give everyone else a better look at just how fit and fine he is.
Out of all the teamm8 swimwear designs, their swim shorts are the most surprising. They’re a far cry from unsightly board shorts that drape you in a boxy shape; the best thing about these, aside from their prints, is their narrow legs. teamm8 swim shorts are made with a velcro and button closure on the front to keep the pair in place; around back, teamm8 even adds a little elastic for extra support.
Which collection of teamm8 swimwear do you think has the better design? Are you a fan of the briefs, trunks, or swim shorts? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.
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Photo Credit: Gabriel Felix
Model: Iago Botelho, 40 Graus Models Agency
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