aussieBum New Collections: Surge And Davenport

aussieBum Surge Swim Brief

aussieBum has added two more swimwear collections to their list. Both are in a brief cut. One briefer than the other. Both good options to beat the summer heat.

First is Surge, which is along the lines of their of their ionic classic 1.5 and 2.5 nylon swim briefs. They’re made of the same 100% nylon. The surge line is a two tone color. The pouch is one color, which is also the color of the bottom half of the back. Then the sides and top half of the back is another color. This line comes in five colors. Some of these may show a bit more when wet than others. First up is Breaker with a red pouch and then white. Swell that has a black pouch and then purple. Marine most likely will have a sheer factor with a white pouch a then a teal or maybe aqua second color. Drift will keep the goods covered with a black pouch, but with white as the other color it could show some of the rear. Then your last option is Plunge, which has a navy pouch and then orange. The suit can be machine washed cold, but need to be hung to dry.

aussieBum Surge swimwear

FABRIC: 100% Nylon
COST: $21.50

If prints are your thing then take a look at Davenport, which has three options. Your first option is a stripe called Splice. It has vertical stripes of various thicknesses. The color of the stripes are black, green, red, white, blue, teal. The next option is called Taboo, which looks like a tattoo print. Some things you may see with this one are spider webs, flowers, dice, snake, waves. Then the last option is Vivid, which is a bit tropical. It has flowers and palms. The colors in this brief are pink, white, gray, and black. All three pairs feature a black waistband. These are limited addition prints made of fine Italian lycra. Only 250 suits made in each style. These are made out of a blend of 80% nylon and 20% elastane. They can be machined wash cold, but need hung to dry.

aussieBum Davenport Swimwear

FABRIC: 80% Nylon, 20% Elastane
COST: $43.25

Which pair is speaking to you? The Surge line is calling me. A little extra color, but still simple. Plus I like the lightness of their nylon fabric suits. Allows for more breathing on those hot days. Looks like I’m not the only one drawn to them. Lots of them out of stock already.

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