The answer, it turns out, depends on where you’re at.
It turns out that the men’s trunks are a great source of water-retaining bacteria.
The trunks can soak up a large amount of water in just a couple of hours, and even if the water levels are high, they can keep their bacterial populations in check.
They can also keep water away from your skin, making them a good source of sunscreen.
“They’re super effective for keeping water out of the pores of the skin,” said Dr. Richard Wollenberg, a dermatologist and co-founder of the American Academy of Dermatology.
There are a few types of trunks available, including the classic “golf trunk,” which is made from a single piece of fabric that can be sewn together for added durability.
Other brands include the “bath towel” or “couch towel,” which have been used for many years in the warmer months.
Both of these styles have some pretty good protection.
“They’re good for you in terms of preventing skin irritation,” said Wollenburg.
If you’re looking for a better alternative, a couple other items that are available in men’s clothing stores are the “cordless drill,” which can be used to drill into your skin if you don’t want to get a drill and need some extra protection, and the “bather shorts,” which are lightweight and can be worn for swimming or jogging.
The latter are great for a swimmer, but can be a little tricky to get on your skin.
As a woman, you’ll probably want to stick with the “dressing room” trunks.
These have more water-absorbing qualities, and are designed to be worn under a swimsuit, rather than under your shirt.
If you’re more into the gym or workout, you can wear the bikini trunks and the trunks briefs.
All in all, these are all good products for protecting your skin and your money, especially when it comes to beach towels.