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are these allowed to worn in french swimming pools

asked on 13 July 2019

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I usually swim in these trunks. I swim every day. I have swum in them in France, Switzerland, Italy, USA, South Africa, Spain and never had a comment. Many of these countries have pool regulations about swimming attire and do not allow "shorts". These are not like " shorts" which are bulky and loose (often with pocket… see more I usually swim in these trunks. I swim every day. I have swum in them in France, Switzerland, Italy, USA, South Africa, Spain and never had a comment. Many of these countries have pool regulations about swimming attire and do not allow "shorts". These are not like " shorts" which are bulky and loose (often with pockets) and I think that is what you are worried about. The classic are probably the most respectable (i.e not ultra brief) and fit for purpose swimming trunks available if you actually want to swim. Remember that many French pools demand swimming hats so make sure to purchase one before you go. Speedo do a range....so do others see less I usually swim in these trunks. I swim every day. I have swum in them in France, Switzerland, Italy, USA, South Africa, Spain and never had a comment. Many of these countries have pool regulations about swimming attire and do not allow "shorts". These are not like " shorts" which are bulky and loose (often with pockets) and I think that is what you are worried about. The classic are probably the most respectable (i.e not ultra brief) and fit for purpose swimming trunks available if you actually want to swim. Remember that many French pools demand swimming hats so make sure to purchase one before you go. Speedo do a range....so do others
Dennis A Smith
· 13 July 2019
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Why not? Usually wear much briefer stuff
Ford Prefect
· 13 July 2019
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