Every man needs a great pair of swimming trunks, and at Bondi Joe, we wanted to create trunks you will love to wear!
Our range of swimming trunks
At Bondi Joe, we wanted to create trunks that made you look great. Gone are the days of wearing baggy shorts in daggy colours at the beach. We spent lots of time designing the perfect pair of trunks that felt soft and smooth, and comfortable enough to wear on the weekend even when you are not going to the beach.
Bondi Joe is a new Australian born brand of swimming trunks taking the world by storm. Our designs range from the bold to the beautiful to suit your style and color preferences – from masculine floral to geometric, minimalist prints. Our range features lots of blues, with highlights of pinks, white, green and red.
All of our trunks come with custom design draw strings and elasticated waist bands, to make them super stylish and comfortable. Side and rear pockets ensure the have room for all your gear. Sick of uncomfortable swimwear? We removed the traditional mesh lining found in most trunks to make them more comfortable. The material we use is light weight and dries quickly once you are out of the water.
We are concerned about the impact we have on the environment, and only use recycled materials in all of our fabric. Our packaging is free from plastic, and we have offset our carbon usage.
How many pockets do they have?
Our swimming trunks come with three pockets – one of each side that is deep enough for your phone and keys. An additional rear pocket at the back is perfect for your wallet and has a Velcro close to keep it safe.
How thick is the material?
We use light-weight material to ensure they dry quickly once you are done swimming. But rest assured, the material is thick enough to protect your modesty at the same time. We have done lots of research and development to develop the perfect material thickness.
Why did you offset your carbon usage?
The supply chain for any ecommerce store uses lots of carbon. From the factory we create our swimming trunks in, to the shipping and freight operations we use to transport our goods around the world. We purchased carbon credits to offset our carbon usage and give back to the planet.