These Seductive Swimsuits Will Get You Beach Ready Even If Your Quarantine Body Isn’t

Presented in partnership with Tropical Bros

The Bad News: Three-to-six daily craft beers in quarantine has been about as good for your body as covering it in raw meat and doing gymnastics in a tiger cage, and the idea of approaching a pool party at this juncture in your life may be as anxiety-inducing as stripping down in a gym locker room after an ice bath.

The Good News: There is a way to distract others from the pork loin equivalent you’ve slapped on your hips and make you sexy again.

The answer is outfitting yourself with a pair of Tropical Bros. four-way stretch swim trunks, the hottest suits to hit the market in 2020, with unique and beautiful designs that will give you the confidence to take that t-shirt off in the pool.

Let’s take a look at the Tropical Bros. suit measurable before we make any hasty purchases:

  • 4 way stretch custom fabric
  • Elastic waistband
  • 2 large side pockets to hold 15-20 ladies’ phone numbers
  • Back pocket with Velcro close, ideal for cold beer transport
  • Soft smooth inner mesh liner (NO CHUB RUB!)
  • 7 inch inseam
  • Perfect above the knee length
  • Machine washable

[Related: If These Tropical Bros Hawaiian Shirts Aren’t Speaking To You, You Just Aren’t Listening]

Here are my five favorite designs, but you can take a gander at the Tropical Bros. website if you don’t respect my opinion.

Naturdays Swimsuit

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The John Daly’s Swimsuit 

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The FlamingoBros

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Psycho Palms

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Super Bowl Special

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It’s summer. No need to stop gassing those weekday cold boys. Pick yourself up a couple pairs of Tropical Bros. and sex yourself up a bit.


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