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post #61 of 93
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Originally Posted by otc View Post
If you order now using code LANDSEND1 and pin 1035, you will get 25% off and free shipping

Just under $20 for a pair. Figured I would give them a shot.

Just got a pair of the overstock ones for 13.77 shipped
post #62 of 93
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Originally Posted by AlbertCamus View Post
Yeah I can't seem to find any thing besides P&R that have the particular look I want... fitted without being skin-tight, and shorter than is typically available. Sundek looks ok but but generally not priced much lower. I was considering some speedo variants that had like 3" inseams, for about $25 that seemed passable




Please tell me I didn't miss a 50% off everything at P&R.


Nah they had camo shorts at 50% off for a limited time. The 8" inseam version had all of the sizes I think while the 4" inseam ones only had like a 28 and 36. Everything else 50% off is still up there all in large sizes.
post #63 of 93
Update, here are the ones I ordered:

http://www.parkeandronen.com/product...p-orange-optic

I bought them in a 34" and I wear 34" pants. They pretty much fit me perfectly standing up. They are a little snug in a sitting position and the small amount of chub I have on the two lower abs area is highlighted nicely.

That said, thinking I'll hang onto them to use as motivation to trim that last little bit of belly button pudge before my first swimwear vacation over memorial day.

Also ordered a pair of the camo shorts linked above in a 36 to see how those fit. However, given the waist in the 34's felt almost perfect I'm thinking the 36's will be too roomy. We'll see I suppose.
post #64 of 93
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post #65 of 93
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Originally Posted by Rosenberg View Post
Just got a pair of the overstock ones for 13.77 shipped

Went for it at $13.48 (I assume PA tax is lower than wherever you are).
post #66 of 93
Just don't see the inexpensive part of P&R swim trunks... Especially for something that is so seasonal and use specific. It doesn't even have any bling factor. Its not like a Ferrari or Lambo where everyone can tell you have really expensive trunks. Just don't get it... Can someone educate me?
post #67 of 93
I got a pair of Parke and Ronen from Gilt and immediately returned them. The fit on their trunks was terrible. After searching around, I finally decided on Sauvage Swimwear. Great prices. A decent selection of shorts, and I love how they look on me. You should definitely give them a try. I picked up the Floral Retro Square (lycra) and also the red midlength Boardwalk Board Shorts. I'm normally a 31" waist and I went with a medium for both.

Seriously, for the price and for the fit these are awesome. I sent them emails asking for lengths, etc. on their shorts and the staff was extremely helpful.

And if you're not sure of who this company is, it was one of their suits that was featured on the cover of Sport's Illustrated Swimsuit edition this year.

http://www.sauvagewear.com/category/...ollection.html
post #68 of 93
Ok these came today that I ordered in 36": http://www.parkeandronen.com/product...-charcoal-camo They are too big. Tried them on once with boxer briefs on -- no ball touching! Anyone want to be buy? I paid the sale price of $50 I'd let them go for $35. If I can't post this here sorry and I'll edit/delete.
post #69 of 93
Go for Sundek, some models are really good and the best part is that you can create your own on their website. http://www.sundek.it

I'm working hard to get into those this summer!
post #70 of 93
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Originally Posted by brussrus View Post
I got a pair of Parke and Ronen from Gilt and immediately returned them. The fit on their trunks was terrible. After searching around, I finally decided on Sauvage Swimwear. Great prices. A decent selection of shorts, and I love how they look on me. You should definitely give them a try. I picked up the Floral Retro Square (lycra) and also the red midlength Boardwalk Board Shorts. I'm normally a 31" waist and I went with a medium for both.

Seriously, for the price and for the fit these are awesome. I sent them emails asking for lengths, etc. on their shorts and the staff was extremely helpful.

And if you're not sure of who this company is, it was one of their suits that was featured on the cover of Sport's Illustrated Swimsuit edition this year.

http://www.sauvagewear.com/category/...ollection.html

Does anyone else have experience with this?

I'm typically a 32 in waist, I'm scared to get the Mediums knowing the fits of some of these companies!

I like their < 50$ price point
post #71 of 93
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Originally Posted by kurupted View Post
Does anyone else have experience with this?

I'm typically a 32 in waist, I'm scared to get the Mediums knowing the fits of some of these companies!

I like their < 50$ price point

Are you the spammer's buddy?
post #72 of 93
sound weird but has anyone here tried boy shorts?
post #73 of 93
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Originally Posted by dunelly View Post
sound weird but has anyone here tried boy shorts?
What did you say? Tried boy george?...ooohhh boy shorts...well both are gay! Unless you are a waterpolo player, forget it.
post #74 of 93
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Are you the spammer's buddy?

Hah, go fuck yourself. I just realized he has only 1 post.
post #75 of 93
I got the lands end shorts.

They are definitely slim and feel much nicer than I expected them to be.

If they had some pairs in mixed solids, I would pick up another (I don't want patterned and I don't know that I like any of the other colors but light blue). Blue with a white stripe or blue and white panels like some of the park and ronens would be sweet.
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