Iconic Aussie underwear brand 2wink Australia are heating things up in the southern hemisphere by adding two new ranges of swimwear briefs to its summer collection, entitled “40 Degrees & 38 Degrees”.  That’s 104 & 100 Fahrenheit for those in the USA & others.    Once again the new ranges highlight a removable “Bulge Booster” pouch substituting for those cold water moments.

The “38 Degrees” range has two front square coloured panels one of cool blue and the other of white with opposite coloured leg trims.  To bring to light the rear, matching cool blue snugs the behind.  Heating things up to “40 Degrees” 2wink replaced the cool blue panel with a sizzling hot peach.  Both designs have a draw-string neatly hidden inside and centred to the waistband.  Each pair includes the “Bulge Booster” foam mould that can be inserted into or removed from the inside pocket in the front pouch. Branding the design and nicely positioned to the front is the Company’s rubber logo.

The ranges were shot at popular Australian beach, Cottesloe in Western Australia, Headquarters of 2wink on a warm Aussie summer’s day.   “We were in the middle of the shoot when the crew of the Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club came to investigate a growing crowd.  Before the crew knew it, we had them posing next to the models with much excitement” says 2wink Australian co-owner Carl McNeill.  “The girls and the guys from the Surf Life Saving Club enjoyed having their photo taking with the models and it added a buzz to an already hot summers day”

The 100% Aussie-made 40 Degrees & 38 Degrees swimsuits are made from the finest imported Italian Nylon.  The physique-showcasing swim briefs are fully lined to the front.  Each swimsuit retails for around $54.95 AUD (free worldwide shipping), and are available exclusively online at www.2wink.com.au.


Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years

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