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post #31 of 171
Add me to the Parke and Ronen fan list.
I live in a relatively tropical climate and so have a lot of swimwear. I find myself, out of 15 or so swimsuits, frequently reaching for my P&R's. The fit is perfect and I really can't find anything wrong with the material.
The other brands that I wear don't get much love here @ SF so I won't mention them.

Cut wise, I like square cut swimwear that ends upper or mid thigh.
post #32 of 171
theres some really cool throwback billabongs that are released each year.. there about 6 in and are perfect imo
post #33 of 171
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Originally Posted by underwearer View Post
2" just seems like they would be too short. I hate long shorts too but Im no Daniel Craig so I can't rock the 2". Here's a pic of a normal dude trying to rock james bond trunks Trunks can definitely be too revealing: He doesn't look horrible but this is not a good look for me, 2" longer would be ideal.


Isn't this that troll from the T-Nation forum?
post #34 of 171
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Isn't this that troll from the T-Nation forum?
...go on...i am intrigued
post #35 of 171
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Isn't this that troll from the T-Nation forum?

I found him here:
http://www.jamesbondlifestyle.com/in...p?m=cl&g=cl012

Here's the link he posted (pretty lol)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/njhunkg...844934/detail/
post #36 of 171
I see no point in buying an expensive bathing suit. http://store.americanapparel.net/rsapm401.html?cid=175
post #37 of 171
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I see no point in buying an expensive bathing suit.

http://store.americanapparel.net/rsapm401.html?cid=175

these look OK, fits kind of odd. The parke and ronens can be had for $50 on ebay, so they aren't super expensive AND you dont need more than 1 or 2 shorts at most to last years and years.

If these AA fit me nice and slim Ill be all over it.
post #38 of 171
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...go on...i am intrigued

I looked for the thread but I couldn't find it. I'm pretty sure it's him though. He came on this bodybuilding forum and was like "hey, look at me" and I'm sure you can guess the reaction it got. Most of his poses were much more like strange still frames of pelvic thrusts
post #39 of 171
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Here's the link he posted (pretty lol) http://www.flickr.com/photos/njhunkg...844934/detail/
Absolutely cringe-worthy.
post #40 of 171
bought a pair of navy 2' off mjk last season and they served me well.
post #41 of 171
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Absolutely cringe-worthy.

shits hilarious!


post #42 of 171
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Originally Posted by BBSLM View Post
I see no point in buying an expensive bathing suit.

http://store.americanapparel.net/rsapm401.html?cid=175

Construction. It'll last more than one season
Uniqueness. Less likely that you'll see other people on the beach/pool/boat with the same suit on.

Still, if I see an "inexpensive" one whose pattern or design I like, I'll pick it up. I try not to completely disregard an entire category due to one subjective reason.
post #43 of 171
Is that a Guojia Anquan Bu clone of an MI6 operative?
post #44 of 171
Yet more proof that rocking Grigoperlas should only be attempted if one has the body for it. Not to hate on the dude in the pics, but those trunks don't really flatter his physique at all.
post #45 of 171
According to my experience Speedo jammers (tight, knee length type trunks) are a general favorite, both brand and type, but TYR has some really good suits too. You can go anywhere from full leg and full body to speedo or jammer, so you will have to find a suit that fits your needs and price range. Speedo I know can have some really good sales if you search their site.
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