11 Best Looking Mens Swim Trunks

Updated on: July 2021

Best Looking Mens Swim Trunks in 2021


Amazon Essentials Men's Quick-Dry 9" Swim Trunk, Charcoal, Large

Amazon Essentials Men's Quick-Dry 9
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Speedo Men's Swim Trunk Short Length Redondo Solid

Speedo Men's Swim Trunk Short Length Redondo Solid
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • DRY OFF FAST: Turbodri fabric is Speedo’s fastest drying material for men’s swim trunks
  • UV & UPF 50+ PROTECTION: UV Block the Burn technology protects against harmful UV rays and has been tested to meet 50+ UPF protection
  • BUILT-IN BRIEF: Added stretch and comfort with a built-in brief
  • POCKETS: Inner key pocket
  • VENTILATED: Contrast side vents for breathability

Amazon Essentials Men's 7" Swim Trunk,Navy,Medium

Amazon Essentials Men's 7
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Made in China
  • This 7" inseam swim trunk is your next vacation swim essential featuring quick-dry fabric
  • Two on-seam side pockets, welt back pocket, and full elastic waistband with drawstring
  • Sport made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort

Kanu Surf Men's Barracuda Swim Trunks (Regular & Extended Sizes), Camo Black, 3X

Kanu Surf Men's Barracuda Swim Trunks (Regular & Extended Sizes), Camo Black, 3X
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • UPF 50+ quick dry microfiber
  • Mesh lining
  • Triple needle side seams and rises

Men’s Swim Trunks and Workout Shorts - M - Navy - Perfect Swimsuit or Athletic Shorts for The Beach, Lifting, Running, Surfing, Pool, Gym. Boardshorts, Swimwear/Swim Suit for Adults, Men’s Boys

Men’s Swim Trunks and Workout Shorts - M - Navy - Perfect Swimsuit or Athletic Shorts for The Beach, Lifting, Running, Surfing, Pool, Gym. Boardshorts, Swimwear/Swim Suit for Adults, Men’s Boys
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • ACTIVE - Built for movement, Fort Isle swimming trunks are made of 4-way stretch fabric that is breathable and allows you to move, stretch, and flex any way you like. Unlike other bathing suits, our trunks are made from a light, smooth hybrid flex fabric that won’t bunch up into uncomfortable places.
  • VERSATILE – Stylish, functional and they’re not just swimming shorts. Use them as exercise clothes for your next crossfit workout, beach trip, gym visit, yoga class or on your next run. Surf, Swim, Lift, or Relax, these shorts have you covered. Our swim trunks’ versatile style allows you to go from swimming at the beach to relaxing at the beachside lounge pool in no time.
  • DESIGN – Crafted from 4-way stretch and quick dry fabric. Features an elastic waist band, drawstring, mesh lining, two side pockets and one back pocket. Plus a hidden 3 inch zippered pocket on the right side. Stash your keys and valuable s when you are on the go. Sizes XL and XXL run slightly small.
  • BUILT TO LAST –Fort Isle swim trunks are easy to care for and durable. These shorts will survive the wear and tear of everyday life or your next adventure. Machine washable, sturdy and long-lasting, giving you the most value for your money.
  • STORAGE BAG – Every pair of Fort Isle shorts comes with a handy mesh storage bag. Use it to carry the shorts on your next adventure or just to store them in your gym bag or locker.

Nautica Men's Standard Solid Quick Dry Classic Logo Swim Trunk, Nautica Red, Large

Nautica Men's Standard Solid Quick Dry Classic Logo Swim Trunk, Nautica Red, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • On-seam hand pockets. Hook-and-loop rear pocket with brand embroidery. Large J-Class embroidery at left hem. Mesh brief lining. 100% nylon;Lining: 100% polyester. Machine wash, tumble dry. Imported. Measurements: Waist Measurement: 31 in Outseam: 18 1⁄2 in Inseam: 8 in Front Rise: 12 in Back Rise: 15 in Leg Opening: 22 in Product measurements were taken using size MD. Please note that measurements may vary by size. If you're not fully satisfied w
  • Nautica Size Chart
  • Get pool-side ready in a handsome Nautica® swim trunk.
  • Solid woven swim short features contrast seams.
  • Elasticized drawstring waist.

Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Quick-Dry Swim Trunk fit by DXL, Anchor, 2XL

Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Quick-Dry Swim Trunk fit by DXL, Anchor, 2XL
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Made in Vietnam
  • Beat the heat in this vacation-ready swimsuit
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
  • Inseam 9"

Kanu Surf Men's Echelon Swim Trunks (Regular & Extended Sizes), Flex Charcoal, Large

Kanu Surf Men's Echelon Swim Trunks (Regular & Extended Sizes), Flex Charcoal, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • UPF 50+ quick dry microfiber: lightweight and durable for your most comfortable pair of swim trunks
  • Triple needle side seams and rises make Kanu Surf swimming trunks and bathing suits among the highest quality you will own
  • Side seam pockets and cargo pockets give plenty of options for storage
  • Comfortable mesh lining
  • Full elastic waist and drawstring closure: Kanu Surf swimwear fits true to size

Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Quick-Dry Swim Trunk fit by DXL, Black, 2XL

Amazon Essentials Men's Big & Tall Quick-Dry Swim Trunk fit by DXL, Black, 2XL
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Made in Vietnam
  • Beat the heat in this vacation-ready swimsuit
  • Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfort
  • Inseam 9"

Champion Shorts Swim Trunks Big and Tall Swimming Trunks for Men Bathing Suit Navy

Champion Shorts Swim Trunks Big and Tall Swimming Trunks for Men Bathing Suit Navy
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Champion Shorts Swim Trunks Big And Tall Swimming Trunks For Men Bathing Suit Quick Dry Swim Trunks
  • Mens Swim Trunks Champion Shorts Are Extremely Comfortable With Fake Fly Front Closure
  • Mens Bathing Suit Swim Suit Are Great Comfortable Mens Swimming Trunks With Mesh Pants
  • Bathing Suits Swimming Shorts For Men Have A Pull On, Tie Front Closure With Elastic Waist
  • Mens Big and Tall Champion Shorts Swim Trunks available in assorted colors and sizes

UZZI Men's American Flag Swim Trunks, Red, Blue, White, Medium (30"-32")

UZZI Men's American Flag Swim Trunks, Red, Blue, White, Medium (30
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021
  • 100% Soft Nylon
  • Elastic closure, Covered elastic waistband
  • Machine Wash
  • Brief liner
  • Inside Key pocket

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Season 1 on DVD

A review of Cartoon Network Adult Swim series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Season One, on DVD, including an episode guide.

They rent a house from their next door neighbor Carl, whose Jersey accent and horrible attitude make their constant bickering hilarious. The premise of this show changes from week to week, but largely it involves the three mutants trying to live normal lives without having to do normal things, like work or have responsibility (despite Frylock's best efforts). For viewers of the more mature cartoon block Adult Swim on Cartoon Network, this is standard fare for the various series on the network; for the uninitiated, it can be both frightening and hysterical at the same time.

Episode Guide:

Rabbot: The Aqua Teen Hunger Force try to solve the case of Carl's destroyed car, but as would become typical in the series, the Force is nothing more than a farce. While Frylock discovers the cause of the accident is the Rabbot created by Dr. Weird (whose crazy actions become a mainstay as the introduction to the show), Master Shake worries about his new hairstyle and Meatwad acts like Meatwad and doesn't quite know what's going on.

Escape from Leprechaupolis: Carl tries to hit a get rich quick scheme that he found online by chasing down a rainbow, which is operated by leprechauns trying to get rich themselves. But their pursuit keeps bringing in people who don't have any money, making their booty seem more like a garage sale than a gold mine.

Bus of the Undead: When Master Shake tries to attract vampires with his strobe light hat, he ends up attracting a creation of Dr. Weird, a half man half moth that is attracted to the lights. The moth, with an unrequited taste for light, ends up tormenting the Force by sitting outside in a "Bus of the Undead," which Master Shake convinces Meatwad is full of vampires.

Mayhem of the Mooninites: The introduction of the Mooninites, Inignot and Ur, who essentially torment the Force and especially Carl, by looting their homes and putting graffiti all over the place. The Mooninites constantly talk about the greatness of the Moon and how the Earth should be a moon of the Moon (only the Moon wouldn't want to be disgraced by having something else called the moon).

Balloonenstein: Meatwad gains great powers when a balloon's static electricity strikes Meatwad. However, he is still very unintelligent and when Frylock tries to help him out, it takes a miracle to save Meatwad.

Space Conflict from Beyond Pluto: Aqua Teen Hunger Force mainstays Olgethorpe and Emory, aliens who Frylock manages to contact by accident, are introduced in this episode. Their ineptitude and attempts to act cooler than they are make them the comic equals of the Mooninites. The aliens attempt to destroy Shake, only to be disappointed by his lack of interest in the space ship.

Ol' Drippy: An unclean kitchen yields a friendly mold that tries to befriend Meatwad. But when Master Shake gets sick, he begins to eat "Ol' Drippy" in order to get better, an idea that Drippy came up with even though Frylock had some penicillin in his lab.

Revenge of the Mooninites: The Mooninites return, only to use Meatwad to win the "Foreigner belt," which gives them the powers of 1970s super band Foreigner. Unfortunately for them, Carl's love of 1970s rock bests them in the end when he uses the belt to turn them "hot blooded."

MC P Pants: The first appearance of this character, a worm that uses different appearances to get attention for himself. In this episode, Meatwad becomes a fan of MC P Pants, a rapper that drives Frylock and Master Shake nuts. In the end, the Force gets rid of P Pants, who ends up in hell.

Circus: Master Shake sells Meatwad to a circus, telling him that he is going to computer camp. When Carl makes reference to "Meat Mountain," the Force goes to the circus to see Meatwad's below average performance (he can only turn into an igloo, a hot dog, and Abraham Lincoln with a sword).

Dumber Days: Meatwad becomes worried that he isn't very smart when he realizes that he does not actually have a brain (he finds a turkey stuck where his brain should be and Master Shake tries to give him a bee hive and a chew toy for a brain). But Carl's illicit purchase of brains for Meatwad leads to his intelligence surpassing that of the scientist Frylock.

Love Mummy: Frylock discovers that there is a mummy living underneath their house and confronts it along with Meatwad. The mummy keeps asking for people to hug him and Meatwad tries using him to get new toys while Frylock tries to figure out a way to get rid of it permanently.

Dumber Dolls: David Cross of Mr. Show fame makes a great voice over appearance as Meatwad's new toy, a drunk and down-on-its-luck toy. Cross gives a great performance using his sarcastic tone to make fun of Frylock and Master Shake, while making Meatwad's other toys feel depressed about their lives.

Interfection: Master Shake and Meatwad use Frylock's computer without his permission and causes the room to fill up with pop up ads. Frylock tries to remedy the situation, but Shake and Meatwad, along with Carl, try to get credit cards and free pornography. One particularly hilarious moment is when Frylock tries to deal with an internet service provider that looks like a wizard and tries to offer him all sorts of "good deals."

Bad Replicant: Ogelthorpe and Emory try to trick the Force by creating a duplicate of Shake in order to infiltrate human society. Unfortunately, their laziness leads to a poor representation of Master Shake and the replicant ends up trying to fit in with the mutants.

PDA: Master Shake's insistence on staying ahead of the technological curve is revealed in this episode, when he wants to get a new PDA that a blue sewer monster lords over Shake. This episode shows a common thread of the show, which is making fun of techno-junkies and people who buy things like PDAs and computers as status symbols.

Special Features: The uncut Rabbot episode is pretty good, as well as the commentaries by the series creators and the deleted scenes from throughout the season.

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