This winter weather has overstayed it's welcome. Assuming you're not an Eskimo, I'm sure you're longing for the summer. And right about now, the closest you'll get to that (short of Memorial Day) is that cruise we know you booked last night.
Time to throw away those ratty bathing suits from last year and treat your self to a hot new pair. Here at Universal Gear, we have a wide selection to choose from, and this blog is here to help pick out the perfect pair for you.
Volley trunks are your classic bathing suit, which is perfect for the guy that loves the basics. Pictured above is our 3 Color Striped Fixed Volley Trunk from Original Penguin, which features a 3 block stripe pattern. The waist hugs your hips comfortably and the leg sits just above the knee. It also features two waist pockets because you're going need somewhere to put your room key, when you're laying on the deck with a drink in your hand.
Box trunks are the bathing suits of 2015. Anyone who loves to show off, but wants to keep an air of classy, box trunks are where it's at. Above is our Angeleno Retro Print Trunk from Parke & Ronen. The waist is low-rise and the leg comes down to about mid-thigh, allowing you to show off those legs you've been working so hard on since the holidays ...right? It features two waist pockets, zip fly, and snap waist, while the inside mesh keeps you supported as your run around the deck jumping in and out of the pool.
It takes a real man to wear a bikini brief. You've been working off all that holiday weight, and you deserve to flaunt it. Shown above is the Charger Bikini from Andrew Christian. The quick-drying, skin-hugging fabric and low-rise waist makes sure everyone will see ALL of your back and abdominal muscles. The drawstring waist is a great addition to add style to the suit, not that anyone will be paying attention to what you're wearing. The elastic loop in the pouch gives all the support to your front making the emphasis on what you're packing.
We've got you covered and are here to help you look your best while you try to escape the freezing snow for warmer waters. And now that you got the basics down, you should probably stop into your local Universal Gear and try on a pair, because we have plenty more styles and vendors than the ones we featured above. No store near where you live? Good thing we have an online shop.