aussieBum Stubby – Not just swim trunks

aussieBum Stubby Swim Trunks

If you are not ready to start a trend with a swim brief, then how about a trend with shorter swim trunks. aussieBum’s new swimwear is called Stubby. The name says it about these shorts with a very small inseam. Get those short tan lines a little shorter. Or use these for a stepping stone to make your way to a swim brief. An aussieBum swim brief at that. But these shorts aren’t just for swimming and the beach. They are great options for the gym or running too. They have a full mesh liner making them a great options for all kinds of activities.

Stubby shorts come in four color options. Get them in Black, Red, Navy, or Blue. Or go ahead and get them in all four colors. The shorts are made of a quick drying, bold colorfast fabric, which is 100% polyester. All colors feature a white waistband with drawstring. The piping around the leg openings is also white. Each pair has the capital letter A in white with black outline on the left side. These are designed in Sydney, Australia, but made in Bangladesh. Available in sizes S to XXL.

The shorts can be machine washed gentle, but it is not recommended to tumble dry. You can cool iron if needed though. If buying red, then they recommend washing separately due to color running. Also, they warn that tanning products including sunscreen will mark and stain the swimsuit. To help prevent this you should make sure the lotions are completely dry before they come in contact with the shorts. Always rinse swimwear immediately after use for best care.

Let’s break the men’s swimwear trend and start covering ourselves less. With that said, don’t just look at these as swimwear. They are great for anytime wear. Where would you wear the Stubby short?

BRAND: aussieBum
PAIR: Stubby
COLORS: Black, Red, Navy, Blue
FABRIC: 100% Polyester
SIZES: S – XXL
COST: $35.25

aussieBum Stubby Swim Trunks colors

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