IS_Cheetah_02_150306103538Lets face it Animal print swimwear is hot! Its sexy and fun and something that always catches peoples attention. If you see a guy walking down the beach and see a leopard print you are going to sit up and take notice. How many of us are brave enough to let the wild side out? I’m willing to bet more than a few of you. So, if you wear animal print you will command attention at the beach or pool and I think most of you prefer it.

aussieBum released the new Animal Instinct. Which is a set of briefs and turns in three different animal print. Those prints are Chetah, Giraffe and Tiger. Each one designed for aussieBum. The Hipster/trunk they have listed is a tiger print. Here is what aussieBum says:

“Animal Instinct” will bring out your wild and fiery side this season with three in-house custom designed animal prints making it a truly aussieBum unique swimwear range. Available in Tiger, Giraffe and Cheetah in our sexy brief swimwear style. Get wild!”

I think these are super hot! I love the cut and the prints. Would I wear one on the beach I just may! Why not, I mean if you wear a swim brief wear something to get noticed and not blend in! I think that aussieBum has out done it self with this line. They have been a brand of super fun gear and this just takes it to the next level!

The pairs are made out of 90% Polyamide, 10% Elastane. The instructions say hand wash rather than machine wash. Each swim brief is available for $34.33 from the aussieBum site.

If you’re going to look for something fun then I think you should look no farther than this range. I think its’ some of the best swimwear I have seen this season. I know that there are tons more pairs coming this summer! Stay tuned for more great swimwear from aussieBum!



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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