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Swim Brief

$99

Our soft, jersey-knit Swim Brief is designed with a low waist and snug fit. Made of Econyl—a regenerated nylon fibre made from salvaged plastic waste from oceans and landfills.

  • Low waist, snug fit
  • Runs slightly small, size up for a less snug fit
  • Model is 180cm/5′11″ and wears size S
  • 78% Econyl/22% elastane for stretch and shape retention
  • Fast drying
  • Shaped pouch for comfort and support
  • Adjustable drawstring waistband
  • Discreet internal pocket
  • Consciously constructed in Portugal
        Econyl
        Our swimwear is made using Econyl—an Italian-sourced premium nylon fibre regenerated from ocean and landfill waste including fishing nets, fabric scraps, and carpets. Through a radical process, the waste is recycled back to its original purity, and can be regenerated infinitely, without ever losing its quality.

        “RESHAPING HOW MEN SHOP FOR SWIMWEAR BY INTRODUCING SUSTAINABILITY”

        —Forbes

        “WE FOUND THE NEW SWIMSUITS YOU’LL WANT TO LIVE IN THIS SUMMER”

        —Vogue Hommes

        “NO BRANDING IS NEEDED BECAUSE THE CRAFTSMANSHIP AND MATERIALS DO ALL THE TALKING.”

        —Highsnobiety

        “YOU CAN’T HELP BUT FEEL GOOD IN CDLP’S SWIMWEAR GIVEN THE USE OF ECONYL”

        —Robb Report