Swim Briefs - Manufacturers

Manufacturers

In addition to the style's namesake company Speedo, competitive briefs-style swimwear are produced by companies including Nike, Tyr, Dolfin, Arena, Kiefer, Adidas and aussieBum. Many of these companies have expanded their merchandise to reflect recent trends in water sports. These include the growing popularity of the jammer style and the development of full body suits for competitive swimming.

On the fashion end, several designer companies including Nautica have begun lines of brief style suits in the United States. Most designer brands of male swimwear in Europe, Asia and Australia produce lines of brief style suits.

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