Posts Tagged ‘men’s swim wear pictures’
More underwear movie news!
We’d like to share with you a new fashion film by Italian underwear and beachwear brand D.HEDRAL that launched a couple of weeks ago.
La Sirena, a love story shot by Daniel Jaems on the sandy beaches of Barbados, stars former Scottish international rugby player Thom Evans and Brazilian model Paolla Rahmeier exploring the fragility of love.
The film celebrates D.HEDRAL’s flagship store launch this month at 38 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London (previously the M.A.C Cosmetics store).
FYI, D.HEDRAL briefs typically start at around $53 USD, and you can check them out here:
Enjoy the pics and video.
Independent film director Rob Williams is as prolific a filmmaker as the Croota brand of men’s underwear is about releasing new ranges! And in his highly anticipated seventh film, “Out To Kill,” which recently wrapped filming in Tampa, FL, he prominently featured Croota underwear and swim wear on some Adonis-like model/actors.
And we’ve got the behind the scenes pics – see below!
The trio of characters that don Croota swim wear in this poolside scene are Lee Williams, Christopher John Cutillo and Nicolas Burgos.
“Out To Kill” is a gay murder mystery about a private investigator who wrangles himself into investigating the murder of one of his hot new neighbors when he moves into a beautiful Tampa loft complex. More information on the film and other Guest House Films productions can be found at www.guesthousefilms.com.
Croota’s featured low-cut swim wear includes its “Surfers Paradise” range in both dark purple and beige, and the hipster-cut “Austar,” which is available in khaki and white. Each range of swim trunks is made of 85% nylon and 15% spandex, which combine for a UPF 50, fade-resistant fabric. Each range retails for $24.50 USD, and all are available at www.croota.com.
It’s not porn, but it’s close: New ES Collection video introducing innovative SUNNY TATTOO swim wear
I actually had my doubts about posting this video since it is not until the 1:45 mark that the actual new swim wear style is introduced. But hey, if you like a little soft-core action, do look through the first bit, too. Remember, we’re not a porn site here at GUB (hopefully, the new Internet censors in the UK will agree!).
Anyway, once you get passed all the naked skin, there’s actually a pretty innovative dimension to this new swim range by ES Collection: SUNNY TATTOO. In fact, ES Collection has patented the Sunny Tattoo swimwear, which is made by Solar Tattoo, a transparent fabric that allows the sun’s rays pass through the garment and let cool shapes form on the skin.
Of course you should always take care not to overdue your tanning, but we do think this is quite a funny gimmick for beachaholics like ourselves.
Available as booth briefs and trunks, the Sunny Tattoo swim wear starts at $53 USD and you can get them over at www.escollection.es.
Enjoy the video.
Our Spanish underwear and swim wear favorite, ES Collection, recently released another sizzling promo video featuring their 2013 swim wear range.
And naturally, we have to share it with all you fellow underwear fans out there.
The video is part of the 2013 campaign baptized “El Hierro” which we have been posting heavily about since it was launched several months ago.
Swim wear from the El Hierro range will set you back anywhere between $39 to $115 USD. But then again, these products are produced in Spain which vouches somewhat for the quality of the products.
Enjoy the video and check out the entire swim wear range over at www.escollection.com.
So, perhaps you noticed our post the other day announcing aussieBum’s latest limited GLAZE swim wear range?
Well, as always aussieBum has put together a sexy promotion video, and of course we had to share it with you guys.
The GLAZE swim trunk (/square cut) combines a classic cut with a masculine and unique design, which will have you turning heads on beaches everywhere.
You can get the GLAZE swim trunk for $46 USD (free shipping) over at www.aussiebum.com.
Enjoy the video.
With a slight delay due to the fact that the GUB team is still on vacay, here’s the third installment of our m8mate swim wear series.
The reason for the swim wear focus this week is the fact that we see too many guys wearing eye-hurting bad swim suits on beaches across the world (not you guys, of course).
So, if you know anyone who could stand to upgrade their swim wear wardrobe – please direct them to this post.
Happy New Years to all you underwear and swim wear lovers across the world.
As 2013 is coming to an end we’d like to thank all of you guys for supporting GUB in the past year. The entire GUB team looks forward to keep bringing you reviews, pictures, news, and videos from the world of men’s underwear in 2013.
Anyway, let’s celebrate this last night of the year with more sizzling m8mate pictures. As you may have noticed, the other day we started a short campaign of swim wear education to the men out there who still run around in saggy old board shorts or worn-out speedos.
Let us repeat this: Oversized board shorts and faded, generic speedos will do just fine on the beach and by the pool. Said no one. Ever.
Therefore, we are happy to share a set of photos featuring the m8mate Pool swim wear range, which shows that you can look sexy in a classic cut swim brief. This style is neither too low-rise, nor is it ridden with loud print designs. It’s understated and vintage-looking, and it will look good on men of most sizes. All that matters is that you wear it with pride.
Well, here at GuysUnderwearBlog.com we are actually on holiday at the moment, enjoying the sunny beaches of Thailand. And we see too many guys wearing boring, out-of-date swim wear.
A Ukrainian follower of GUB then kindly reminded us that m8mate currently has some seriously great-looking swim styles. And we decided to use this as an opportunity to teach the world a valuable lesson about men’s swim wear. Why look bland and generic, when you can look cool and dignified like these guys below?
Therefore, over the next couple of days we will share with you some of m8mate’s new swim wear pics (there are loads), starting with the Marina range.