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Full elastic solid swim trunk
- Package dimensions : 30.99 x 26.16 x 9.91 cm; 294.84 Grams
- Date First Available : 21 December 2002
- Manufacturer : Nautica Men's Sportswear
- ASIN : B0030BG7E4
- Item model number : T01201
- Department : Mens
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But . . . then I tried them on. Despite the fact that the waist was a perfect fit for me, I found that the cut of these trunks is AWFUL! Horrible. Because you can't raise up just one leg without the trunks binding on both legs! If you keep your legs always together and don't walk at all (or only do so very timidly), don't swim breast stroke, don't step up one leg to step out of the pool--etc.--if you never do any of these things, and always keep your legs together, then these trunks might not drive you mad. Or, I suppose, if you keep them hiked up as high and tight on yourself as possible via suspenders, then you might also not be driven insane by the constant binding and catching on your legs.
Otherwise, AVOID THESE! If you actually are buying these to SWIM IN and be active in, they will always be binding and riding up every time your legs splay apart a bit. It's absolutely ridiculous!
Thing I like the best is the leg length. They aren't as long as the current trend of hitting the knee length, but they aren't so short that you feel exposed. I'd say they're about an inch to inch and a half shorter than the current board short trend, but don't feel too short at all. Total plus for these. As said, they feel like they are well made and I like the stiffness of the material themselves.
Here's my gripe: I do not like the white contrast stitching. It actually makes one look really droopy in the bum area and it makes the crotch area look slightly odd. The bum area especially just doesn't look right with the contrast white stitching. I know, they're swim trunks, you're swimming, who cares right? Me, I care. I wear them at the beach and you want to be as flattering as possible. That's my only gripe though and I ended up also buying the Nautica Anchor Solid Stripe Swim Trunk which gets it just about perfect.