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aussieBum Makes Top 10 List Swim Shorts List TWICE!!


 aussieBum 60’s Shorts Range

$58 (Aprx USD)



 It’s hard enough to get on the Menswear Review’s Top 10 Swim Shorts List, and its an incredibly 

rare occurance to achieve the status of placing on the Top 10 List TWICE!!  aussieBum has, however, made this feat possible with their new Bondi Series range and the new styles that were recently added to their 60’s Range.  Congratulations assieBum!

aussieBum’s 60’s Shorts range just received some new looks.  The original 60’s range utilized white sides with a patterned design on the inside.  My sneak peek features black on the sides with a design/pattern in the inside – a very handsome, masculine look. 

Double stitching, flat seams, and quality material make this a fantastic pair of swim shorts.  60s or 2010, here we come!  Model Jarod Scott shows off these new additions to the awesome 60’s Shorts Range.


MATERIAL

 


The board shorts are made from a quality grade 100% Polyester, same as the aB Bondi Surf range.  The 60s Shorts feature a partial lining (brief style) for support and comfort.

POCKETS
There is a single rear pocket that would comfortably carry a hotel key or anything else.  The pocket as two grommet holes on the bottom for drainage.  On top, the pocket is securely sealed with velcro so your key, or whatever else, doesn’t fall out.

FIT

A comfortable fit.  The partial (brief style) line was comfortable and supportive when wearing during more active sports, like volleyball, versus just wearing as swim shorts. The 60s Shorts are a shorter board short and similar in length to the Bondi Surf range.  I like the look and feel of a traditional board short.  The 60s Short gave me the same comfort but with a more attractive look.  I like the shorter legs of the 60s Short and that it allows my legs to get a bit more sun.



RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR


Overall Rating
4.9/5
Great looking and quality made!
Fit
4.75/5
These fit very well and like the slightly shorter legs over the knee-length.  I do enjoy, though, a liner-free swim short.
Style
5/5
Nice new addition to the 60’s Range
Fabric
5/5
Quality grade of material
Quality
5/5
Very well made

Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 34″ waist)




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