Why Do Swim Shorts Have A Mesh Lining?

Why Do Swim Shorts Have A Mesh Lining?

The mesh lining inside swimming trunks has always been a big annoyance that many men have to face when it comes to swimwear. But have you ever wondered, what is the purpose of this mesh or net lining inside your swimming shorts? Well, we have the answer to all your questions (well some of them). If you want to know all about the purpose of mesh lining in Swim shorts and why you should avoid cutting them out, then keep on reading.

Why Exactly Do Swimming Trunks Have A Mesh Lining?

There are a few reasons why men’s swimming shorts have a mesh lining inside and the main reason is to protect your skin from getting chaffed. When the shorts get wet, the soft mesh lining protects the skin from getting any rash from the wet fabric and makes your time in the water and more importantly out of the water and drying, free of any sort of pain. The net or mesh lining also makes sure your skin is able to breathe by ensuring proper air circulation.

Wearing swimming shorts with mesh lining also enables you to have proper coverage even if the upper fabric is drenched in water - no one wants to be kicked out of the pool party for indecent exposure! Cutting out this mesh lining can cause your short’s fabric to cling to your body in an uneasy way, chaff the skin easily and potentially show the world more than you intended!

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All our swimming trunks have an ultra soft inner mesh lining, to make the wearing experience as comfy as possible. Coupled with the 4-way stretch outer material, we’re proud to say we have some of the comfiest shorts on the market for adults and kids! So there is no need to cut out our premium mesh, just don the shorts, look great and feel awesome.



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