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4.5 star rating (3 Reviews)

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  • 5/14/2014 Good looking set of briefs

    4 Review stars By Ray

    These seem to run a little small.  Need more space.  I do like the style.  Quality seems to be good.  Look like they are well made. Have worn Speedos in the past so far these seem much better overall.

    New York

    Fit: Feels too small

  • 7/21/2016 I like red

    5 Review stars By Mark

    Not an athlete not a model but have always worn a swim brief to the pool and beach. I travel to international destinations where a brief style suit on the beach is normal. This suit is comfortable and practical for sunning drinking and dancing. Lol not really. The fit is great. The cut is sexy and red is a standout anywhere you go. Very pleased with the product and the service at swim outlet. Buy this suit at this great price
    Thank you


    Fit: Feels true to size

  • 1/14/2018 Bullet proof swim brief!

    5 Review stars By Loves to Swim!

    I give this one an A+. This is one rock-solid swim brief. I’ve worn briefs for decades but this one is built to last and it looks amazing. I’m nuts about swimming and own several Arena briefs in nylon spandex, poly spandex and PBT.  For me, they all fit perfectly in size 34 and I like them appropriately snug. This one is cut similarly to the others but it tends to sit a tad lower as it is designed for water polo. Nonetheless, it feels incredibly secure both in and out of the water. Normally, I swim laps at indoor and outdoor pools. I reserve PBT suits for the more highly-chlorinated indoor setting. However, I’m more than confident that this one will be fine there while also being secure enough to let me wear it while tackling ocean waves.  The seams all appear to be reinforced throughout and the sides have an extra diagonal reinforcement that I have not seen in other suits by any manufacturer. The center line seam that outlines the back is created in the same thorough way.  Don’t worry, it’s not made to show off your “assets,” but rather to stay properly functional and form-fitting.  It just means business and probably will help your swimming streamline. The vertical side seam measures 2 ¾ inch. However, if you measure slightly ahead of that seam, the sides are actually 2 ½ inches (in size 34). People often make the mistake of measuring the actual side seam on briefs. On many swim briefs, the narrowest part is actually offset from this area.  Keep making the sides of your briefs reasonably narrow, Arena! 2 -2 ¾ inches is more than enough in a swim brief. If your customers want wider sides, sell them your jammers. Since I was a child, I’ve loved red swim briefs in addition to prints and other decent solid colors. Finally, someone makes a nice masculine, solid red that is perfect fitting , great looking, NOT see through and built to last.  Unlike with most red suits of this genre, there’s no need to keep an “undersuit” on to make sure everyone behind you doesn’t get a totally clear picture of every hair on your derriere. The “Waternity” PBT fabric comprising this exceptionally well crafted garment is like no other I’ve encountered. Many lower priced briefs made of this material feel scratchy and even cheap even though they typically last much longer than nylon spandex suits. This PBT feels wonderfully soft yet it appears to wear like Kevlar. If it holds up reasonably well to my local indoor chlorine and doesn’t fade to pink, I’ll buy another one in Royal Blue. Thanks again Swim Outlet and Arena!

    Loves to Swim!

    Fit: Feels true to size

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