Wednesday, January 5, 2022


This one strikes me as a poser, but some of you may like him.


1 comment:

  1. These trunks - nearly shorts - are a very good example of what was considered "decent" in male swimwear in the late 50s, early 60s. The trunks have a very high waist, are very low cut blow the buttocks and are tight in the front to promote modesty and mitigate the "male contour". In contrast, outside what we now call the "tighty whities" of the Y-front and Hanes style underwear - the latter revived to so great effect by Calvin Klein - many men were wearing very sheer, one-ply Nylon bikini briefs beneath their day wear that were half the size of the trunks above.