Corka Swimwear

If any of you have been to my local pool over the last couple of weeks, you might have seen a guy wearing a pair of black nylon (like classic AussieBums) speedos with the word ‘Corka‘ on the bum.

That guy would have been me and you would have seen me wearing my latest favourite swimming speedo – as in something I actually wear to the pool.  When I was over in Colorado visiting Kip he had these 2 pairs of Corka speedos and gave them to me (I also gave him some speedos – just what we do).  One pair is classic black with ‘Corka‘ on the hip and bum and made of nylon, the 2nd pair are lycra and fluro green.

I really love the black nylon ones, the nylon is much nicer than the AussieBum nylon and it is a little bit stretchy so it is much more comfortable in the ‘junk’ area.  The white drawstring also feels nice and heavy duty which again, I feel that the AussieBum’s drawstring feels kind of cheap.

I haven’t really worn the fluro green ones that much but the feel good.  Kip picked the sizes perfect by going a medium on the green lycra ones and large on the nylon ones – they feel like the same size to me.  Here are some pics of the Corka speedos on Kip’s couch with my snowboard.  The bottom pic is my current speedo collection and you can see the green really stands out – I don’t think I’ve ever owned a pair of green speedos.

Corka SwimwearCorka Speedo BriefsMy Speedo Collection

I reached out to the guy who runs Corka and he sounds like a really nice guy.  He said that the idea of Corka is to “put Australia’s cossie back on Aussie beaches”.  He also mentioned just how much time he spent researching the material for the nylon speedos and I complimented him on his success with the product.

I’ve posted some of the Corka pics on here in the past (maybe more on BisexualDave.com) and they looks pretty hot – str8 Aussie guys in speedos, how can that not be hot?

Couple in SpeedosCorka SwimwearCouple in SwimwearSpeedo CoupleGuy in Speedos with Girl

I think I might buy another pair of these to be my lap swimming speedos, they just fit right and so far the nylon is holding up pretty well in the chlorine.  If anyone else has bought them I’d love to hear your thoughts too.

Their website is www.Corka.com.au

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