Will the Jeado Be This Year’s Iconic Summer Look?
Tired of seeing chiseled, hairless guys parade around the pool in a tiny speedo? What if you have a dad bod — automatic bonus points from us — and aren’t able to find the ideal swimsuit for the beach or a pool party? Well, Shinesty, an e-commerce site known for its outlandish fashion choice, has a line of suits that are both memorable and cheeky, including the one and only Jeado.
Our initial reaction to Shinesty’s swimwear lineup? Skepticism. But after carefully reviewing the brand’s products, we found one-of-a-kind swimsuits to express your personality and your beautiful bod.
Now is when you ask, WTF is a “Jeado?” Well, according to Shinesty, it’s like jorts, but it’s the above-ground hot tub of the swim briefs world. (Get your own for $40 at shinesty.com.)
3 other reasons why the Daytona Dong Sarong Jeado is the swimsuit you always wanted:
1. It promotes body inclusiveness.
You don’t have to be skinny to rock this fab item. In fact, Shinesty offers sizes from small to XXL. Everyday people can look good in a jeado. Rock this Daytona Dong Sarong with confidence.
2. It promotes body confidence.
A guy who exudes confidence can wear anything with ease and without care. Real men wear speedos, but it takes a confident man to wear a jeado. Wearing one is like eating a bag of chips in church — everyone will look your way with disgust (or admiration), but deep down they all want some too. Plus, we always find that a confident man is extra sexy, don’t you?
3. It has a wicked sense of humor.
Guys without hang-ups can laugh off things quickly and don’t take everything so damn seriously. If a man wants to wear a jeado without fear of being ridiculed, he’s cool in our book.
If you like the Daytona Dong Sarong Jeado swim brief, you might also love the Pizza Dat Ass Swim Brief. Because who isn’t looking for a nice piece of meat? (Get yours for $35 at shinesty.com.)
What do you think of the Jeado? Will you be rocking one this summer?
This article was originally published on June 4, 2017