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Men's Trunks


OK - since Jen started - I'll follow up for me.
Looking at suits. Was leaning towards BBing.com - any other suggestions? Looking for a suit that is withing the norm of what most are wearing - but don't think I can pull off the REALLY super thin sides.
Also do they normally run big / small. I'm right at 32 waist - and anticipate loosing a bit more but probably won't get down to 30 which is the next size down. Know darker colors are better (black / navy blue). Any suggestions welcome.

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I'll have to say from an audience standpoint - don't get trunks that are too big in the butt. I've seen some guys who look like they're wearing a diaper onstage. And that is a terrible look.

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jenscats5 wrote:

I'll have to say from an audience standpoint - don't get trunks that are too big in the butt. I've seen some guys who look like they're wearing a diaper onstage. And that is a terrible look.






OK - no droopy draws - got it!! HA

-- Edited by Yoster at 15:51, 2009-02-14

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Take a look at this website:

http://www.competitionsuits.com/men/index.php

Says they are custom made - a little pricey - but shows a few style.

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DelawareEd wrote:

Take a look at this website:

http://www.competitionsuits.com/men/index.php

Says they are custom made - a little pricey - but shows a few style.






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The posers I wore in both comps were from bb.com. They are relatively inexpensive, they are "regulation" (front seam) and they are pretty sturdy--wash and wear well. Dark colors work well--between the tanning and glaze and sweat, lighter colors can look bad by the evening finals.

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Andreas Cahling are fine. And yes, darkers colors are safer.

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Any suggestion regarding sizes.

Think I am going to end up between a Small and Med - which one would you guys suggest?

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For you, say medium, and try ebay! I got my last one there.



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