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Get Your Man A Tan (And A Hookup On Some Cute Trunks, Too!)

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    So enough talk about sarong cover-ups, mile-wide sun hats, and barely-there bikinis. It’s time to show the boys, grown and mini-sized, some seashore love (because face it, nothing makes a girl stand out more in a bevy of bikinis like a well-suited man). Onia, purveyor of the finest male swimwear in all the land released their latest summer collection this week, but don’t get your swim trunks in a bundle yet, boys — not only is Refinery29 is giving you a first look, but also letting you in on an easy way to score some serious swim gear.

    Whether you’re into classic stripes, pops of neon, or some out-there paisley, Onia’s lookbook is designed to please your palate for Ocean Drive-ready panache and comfort. And, because we just want to see your toasted tushes outfitted in only the most superb Italian Memory fabric and nylon, Onia’s agreed to give you a 25% discount when you use the code "OniaSummer" at check out. Ah, no need to thank us boys. Just get yourself out to a poolside party or playground and work what your momma gave ya.

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