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thisweirdthing1985 08-16-2013 04:47 AM

tiny speedos
I see Tom Daley usually wears very small speedos. He looks great in them.

I wonder , which brands or styles are tight fitting? I see many olympic divers wear skimpier suits. If I wanted to buy skimpy bikinis, what do you recommend? of course I'm not talking about koala swim style hehe (which I think is extreme!) I only talking about regular, but tight fitting swimsuits.


shaulis 08-16-2013 05:21 AM

There is the Japanese Aqux brand its very tiny. Seobean which is Chinese. You can Google or Bing "Japanese swimwear" to get a bunch more sites.

SwimTeamSpeedo 08-16-2013 08:47 AM

I know you like waterpolo suits from your earlier post. Check out Turbo, they have awesome designs and I find them a bit more narrow on the sides than others. Also, some Tyr suits are more narrow. If you want to go more daring, Aussiebum has some interesting designs.

sebbie 08-16-2013 11:40 AM

check these sources
Check Aliexpress.com to Import Aqux. Amazon carries some Seobean but those are sent from China too. Swimoutlet.com carries the "Sporti Euro brief, which is very skimpy too" All of these fit very low in the rear and size up to get a bit more butt coverage. The Sporti stuff is pretty much true to US sizes, but on SEobean and Aqux, figure a M as approximately equivalent to a US S (28-30) and a L as equivalent to a US M (32).

None of these are expensive, typically $12-$15 per suit, and the quality is great, as good if not better than the major US brands. Check some of my other posts on SEobean, Aqux and Sporti for photos


sebbie 08-16-2013 11:48 AM

Sporti Fit

Byron 08-16-2013 11:52 AM

The Arena fit is popular with some Japanese guys - and again Joe Sneider (if there is space enough for you).

Blue Nike 08-16-2013 10:30 PM

+1 swimoutlet.com Sporti Euro cut

Byron 08-17-2013 01:00 AM

Sebbie has already covered that in posts above.
Btw, Illustration here of an AB (STS's post#3):

Swimmboy 08-17-2013 01:47 AM

Also, remember that many divers and swimmers like to 'downsize' their suits for a tighter, more streamlined fit - this is one reason their suits often are skimpier. Many college guys who wear a size 30" or 32" suit for practice will squeeze into a 28" - even 26" - for a swim meet.

Byron 08-17-2013 04:32 AM

Always liked these suits (which I think are on Team Germany divers)

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