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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 March 2020
Size: 32Colour: BlackVine Customer Review of Free Product( What's this? )
Duncurin has been trying out these super Endurance+ trunks courtesy of Speedo and Vine. Some months ago a national Rugby team were staying at my local gym, health spa. The lads were up in the gym and working out and then later they went down into the pool. Of course the lads were young, fit and physically tuned, shall I say. I saw that in the pool they all wore the same very skimpy trunks – known as budgie smugglers. Of course all the lads looked great and all had the physique to justify such a choice. For the rest of us however it strikes me that something a little more demure is the order of the day. Many swim in swim shorts but to my mind these just fill with water and then you have to swim dragging them all the while through the water with you.
These Speedo Endurance are a perfect compromise because they don’t cause a lot of drag and hold a load of water but yet they still look great and are more forgiving for those of us who have less tuned bodies than the rugby lads did. This being said I am still amazed by how some really really tubby men with massive bellies still attempt to squeeze themselves into very close fitting swimwear.
Size 32 is a teeny bit large for my waist. I usually wear a similar pair of speedos with the white stitching and these are size 30 but are now showing signs of wear and tear from the chlorine in the water and multiple washings from wearing them twice a week since I got them a few years ago! These Speedos under review are all black and look fabulous. They are forgiving and tend to disguise nicely the odd roll of fat etc that one accumulates over Christmas. The inner draw string tends to make them feel secure and they don’t fall, slip or sag. They are closely applied to the torso when on so that swimming is much easier with no extra drag. After swimming they rinse really well, spin in the suit spinner and can easily be washed and dried for the next trip to the pool. Above all they feel really comfortable and though I don’t think my appearance or efforts in the pool are going to stand comparison in any way with the rugby lads – at least I feel comfortable and secure in these Speedos and can even get a few lengths in to boot! Great trunks. Many Thanks.
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