You’ve earned your stripes, now hit the water in style with an affordable pair of trunks.
» By Andrew Snavely
Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page.
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Love it! Those Walmart ones are so cheap and cool looking! Those Target and Converse ones also can be considered purchased!
Ethan, Glad you like it! What about it would you like to see more of?
How about the quality? I really like the K-Mart pair but afraid they will disintegrate during the first wash. The old saying, you can buy 3 pairs for $30.00 that may last you the season or one pair for $30 that may last you years. I still have a pair from 2003ish.
Why the heck would you want swim shorts with a cargo pocket? The American Eagle selections are over branded, too. H&M has some great swim shorts for under $20. Heck, Old Navy’s options at $15 also look good.
Awesome guide! I was just looking for a new pair of swim trunks and have been seeing all of these $50+ pairs on Bonobos and the like. Why would you spend that much on swimwear? What are we, women?
Love this site…it’s easy for someone to give “style advice” when everything is $$$$$ You guys understand that young pros want to look legit, but not break the bank. Keep doing your thing.
Thanks Rob! I really appreciate that.
I picked these up from Old Navy Outlet for $7.50 today. They do have an elastic waist which is a no-go for some, but the length is perfect. http://oldnavy.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=26066&vid=1&pid=117768&scid=117768002
I agree with Rob completely. It is TOO easy to say “oh, buy this and that for $150″ and “this looks great if you can shell out the $75 for these trunks”…you guys are the exception to that rule.
The swimming shorts are very nice and stylish and are having a nice deal to go go with it.
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