I have a 34 waist and an extra large fit great, does wear as a low rise, probably to bolster crotch but the wild print offsets,
Thank you, William. And you got it exactly right. The stated "updated fit" in regards to the rise in our line of Resort Shorts means exactly that: while the pattern is cut following guidelines for a "Standard Rise" we then take a slight 'detour' from it and tweak some of the lines a bit, to give them a "low-rise" kind of "tune up," just enough to create a special "visual effect" around the crotch/butt area. Therefore, when worn these don't end up looking like "standard" shorts, but like nothing else that can be found out there. Because the whole purpose of each of BANG! item - just like our DNA - is to never make anything standard, but actually something that sets our customers apart. And you got something else totally right as well: depending on the kind of print you choose, this effect will look more or less pronounced. Our wilder prints tend to curb it, while solids or stripes-based ones will augment it. In short: choose your favorite "BANG! poison" and then have some fun with it!
great product and great quality
Thank you, Alex. What a pleasure for us when a first-time customer like you, immediately notices the quality of our products. Welcome to the BANG! fam, and enjoy your Resort Shorts.
i love the feel and quality; haven't worn them yet but will be soon
These shorts are simply comfortable and the feel is incredible - I would say though that they do run big so make sure you get a size smaller. But deff an A+
The size that I got was too small for me and I feel like the sizes are not accurate on the website. I love the shorts but it doesn’t fit me and I’m beyond the two weeks to be able to exchange them. I’m a little saddened about this.
Look in the lower part of the product’s description (on each page for any of our products) to find the “SIZING" tab, and tap it to see the sizes and measures information for that specific item.
* For swimwear and underwear in general, the rule is that measures are stated mostly by reference of regular-clothing waist size (not actual body measures). Using this example here, if you usually wear 33" in jeans or pants, then a Large should be your size of reference as per the list.
* Have in mind though that some items like our Swim Mini-Briefs are cut to fit quite tight on purpose. So if your personal preference is to wear a snug fit, go for the size as per the table. If you prefer to feel the fit more relaxed, go one size up.