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It can be difficult buying tall mens swimwear. If you’re hitting the beach soon and you want swimwear that will look good and feel good, this is the guide for you.

Buying tall mens swimwear

As a rule of thumb, tall guys should always go for swimwear that ends just right above the knee. Anything that goes beyond your knees may not be suitable for your build. Choosing swimwear with this length will make the rest of your body look proportionate to your height. It can also help prevent your legs from looking like those of a giraffe (no offence!). Now, here are a few case-specific tips you must keep in mind:

Swim shorts

Swim shorts are swimsuits are suitable for many body types regardless of your height. Remember to avoid tight athletic swimwear and also avoid board shorts as they make you look older and are out of fashion. Instead, opt for some funky swim shorts and spend the time trying to find the perfect length to suit your height.

If you are tall and skinny:

If your body type resembles those of Mick Jagger, consider choosing a shorter, slim swimwear that features dark horizontal stripes. This is ideal for guys who are tall and skinny because its pattern will make you look more solid. At the same time, its cut won’t make your legs look like they belong to a chicken. Those with big plaids and colour blocks work, too.

If you are tall and athletic:

Guys who are tall and athletic usually don’t have a problem with choosing what to wear on the beach because they can pretty much rock any type of swimwear. However, what they do need to worry about is the design or pattern of their swimwear. If you’re tall and athletic, choose swimwear with solid colours over those with printed designs. If you must choose a swimwear with printed design, go for one with small patterns.

 

Know Your Body

Shopping for swimwear for tall guys doesn’t have to be that difficult. As long as you know your body type, you can find swimwear that will go well with your build so get familiar with your own