Made with quick-dry material and UPF 50+. Reinforced seams won't fray or pop. Also a popular choice for everyday casual wear in warm weather. Available in dozens of colors and designs.
Mesh liner was a bit too rough for many wearers. Occasional quality and fit issues.
The boxy, yet relaxed fit allows for full range of motion. Material dries quickly and pockets have drainage grommets. There is no liner, which wearers say makes these trunks incredibly comfortable.
Sizing runs big. Limited to five solid colors, which doesn't include black or charcoal.
Two-inch elastic waistband with a drawstring allows for a customized fit. All pockets are functional and have Velcro closures to secure items. Material is strong and doesn't tear easily, even with extreme wear in the water.
Liner is extremely flimsy and bothersome. There are some issues with the drawstring breaking.
Upgraded design is 20% lighter than its previous iteration and has UPF 50+. Triple-layer mesh lining remains comfortable and prevents chafing. Available in 30 beach-inspired designs.
Certain prints aren't very colorfast, and their darker colors bleed onto paler ones.
Durable and lightweight UPF 50+ microfiber material. Waistband is elastic and has a drawstring. Leg holes are slightly wider than most comparable trunks for a roomy fit. Runs true to size.
Many wearers admitted cutting away the mesh liner. Material balloons around the thighs.
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