​You Can Now Get ‘Jeado’ (Jean Speedo) Swimming Briefs For Your Next Holiday

Speedos. Budgie smugglers. The ol‘ banana hammock. Look, fellas, you can dress things up as much as you want, but whatever cutesy name you give them, teeny tiny swimming pants are pretty much never okay.

That is, of course, unless you’re rocking THESE handsome briefs… Ooh la la.

Turn heads with these 'jaedo' pants. Credit: Shinesty
Turn heads with these ‘jaedo’ pants. Credit: Shinesty

Yup, these diddy denim-print swimming briefs will have you turning heads wherever you are, whether you’re lounging by the pool with a cold beer in Ibiza, soaking up some rays on Ipanema Beach in Rio or simply lounging in your back garden working on your tan.

The Daytona Dong Sarong Jeado Swim Brief pants cost $39.99 and come in sizes S through to XXL – though the folk at Shinesty advise they fit ‘tight’, meaning they suggest buying one size up.

The denim look pants. Credit: Shinesty
The denim look pants. Credit: Shinesty


They’re quick-drying, soft and ‘smooth on your gear’, and are fully lined with an elastic waistband and drawstring – because, y’know, you wouldn’t want anything to slip out now, would you?

Featuring a hi-res denim design, the shell is made from 88 percent polyester and 12 per cent spandex (everyone loves a bit of spandex), while the lining is 100 percent polyester.

The online product description reads: “They say jorts are the above-ground pool of the shorts world. We’d be inclined to agree.

“Our denim print swim brief, also known as the Jeado, also known as the Daytona Dong Sarong is just like that, except it is the above-ground hot tub of the swim brief world... or something like that.

Looks like she's a fan. Credit: Shinesty
Looks like she’s a fan. Credit: Shinesty


“It is like eating a bag of chips in church. Everyone looks over at you with disgust, but deep down they want some too. And if you’re really risky you’ll combine those last 2 sentences, eating a bag of chips in church while wearing this denim swimsuit.

“You’ll probably get tossed out, but you’ll look and taste good doing it.”

It adds: “These should be paired with caterpillar-style mustaches for optimal results.”

Who would you want to see in a Jeado?


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