**This was not a paid post. The products mentioned below have been provided by NoNetz for the review & free of charge however my honest opinions were used. The opinions expressed below are solely my own & they may vary from others.**
It's been hot enough lately that the kids have been swimming almost daily for the last two and a half weeks, when the warm weather hits they both turn into a couple of water bugs and will spend hours in the pool. Kids grow like weeds so generally the swim suit they wore the summer before will no longer fit the following summer which can be a pain trying to find something that fits comfortably. A lot of the swim trunks we've tried for our son either sag too much and his butt crack is always popping out or they start to ride up and hurt his nether regions. A company called NoNetz is helping prevent chafing and riding of swim suits by removing the inner net layer most swim suits have and instead have replaced it with a fabric liner which is almost like a pair of boxers.
My son was in need of a new set of trunks so NoNetz was tubular and sent me a pair of their trunks called The Shore which are red and blue. The inner liner feels like it would be quite comfortable to wear both while swimming and out of the water because the fabric is soft versus how grainy swimming nets can be. Let's be honest, which would you rather have rubbing on your bare butt? A scratchy netting material or a soft fabric material similar to your normal boxer briefs? I know I'd personally prefer the soft fabric.
Along with the soft inner layer their trunks are also Chlorine Proof which will help the shorts last longer than a summer or two, even if your child outgrows the trunks they will still be in good enough shape to pass onto someone who can use them and for the Men's shorts this means not having to buy a new pair because the old pair is starting to fall apart.
Sizing wise the trunks are true to size, they fit well in all the right places and my son really seems to be enjoying them, he hasn't had one complaint yet! Plus they seem to be staying in place which is great for everyone, and they are easy for him to take off even when wet. The trunks cost $35-$40 each which is a bit pricey yes but they are well made and to me not having an uncomfortable wedgie is worth it especially for the men's trunks since they will last longer.