Jul 05, 2022
These Athletic Shorts from Ten Thousand Double as Swim Shorts
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Athletic shorts are always a tough item to shop for. With so many brands out there at such radically different price points, it’s really hard to choose a pair that actually performs well under stress, sweat, and heat—and that’s worth the cost.I have worn $80 shorts that I absolutely hated and $15 mesh shorts that are still in my regular rotation. At the end of the day, it comes down to comfort, performance and price. Based on these factors, Ten Thousand’s Set Shorts are the most well-rounded pair I’ve ever tried out.
Ten Thousand is an athletic apparel brand that designs a number of high-quality athletic apparel with a clear focus on shorts. While Ten Thousand offers types of shorts including the Interval Short, the Session Short and the Tactical Short, the Set Short is the pair best suited for land and sea. The Set Short is the most amphibious pair that Ten Thousand has designed to date. The shorts are made of water repelling and quick-drying fabric, and are treated to be resistant to chlorine and saltwater. Despite this, the shorts are still some of the lightest and most flexible pairs I have ever worn.
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When wearing the Set Short for the first time, the thing that stood out to me the most was how well it conforms to my legs. The interior liner is snug and sturdy, yet it still allowed me a full range of motion even during my embarrassingly tedious stretches before working out. The interior lining has a permanent silver ion anti-odor treatment that keeps everything fresh even amidst heavy, sweaty workout sessions.
Obviously what makes the shorts so unique is how adept they are at both dry and wet activities. After a quick run on the beach, I dunked myself completely in the ocean to cool off. To my genuine shock, by the time I was laying back down on the sand, the shorts were virtually 100% dry. After a few minutes, even the interior liner was completely dry as well.
The Ten Thousand Set Shorts come in a 6.5-in and 5-inch inseam to better fit your personal preference. I had never owned a pair of athletic shorts with a 5-inch inseam before, yet the way it conformed to my legs actually complimented them in a way I hadn’t ever experienced before. The shorts genuinely boosted my confidence in showing off my legs and have made me want to start wearing shorter shorts across the board.
There are very few shorts, if any, that truly perform equally well as an athletic training short and a swim short. The Ten Thousand Set Short walks that line with near perfection. I truly have never owned a pair of shorts that are my number one choice for both working out and heading to the beach until now. The shorts come in three different colors, so you can choose both the length and the color that best suits your style.
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Awkward moment athlete has to cover manhood after popping out of his shorts while going commando before coming LAST
THIS is the awkward moment an athlete had to cover his manhood after it popped out of his shorts while going commando - then came LAST.
Thankfully, the Italian athlete was able to laugh off the hilarious moment that was broadcast live on television.3Italian decathlete Alberto Nonino was filmed trying to hide his willy mid-raceCredit: Twitter 3He decided to go commando during the 400m race
Decathlete Alberto Nonino started off the 400 metre race at this year's World Athletics U20 Championships in Colombia by whizzing past two rivals.
When he hit the final straight, he slowed quite noticeably and was seen tucking into his loose-fitting shorts at least six times as competitors went past him and he finished at the back of the pack.
The 18-year-old’s problems down below were immediately cited as the reason for his slow-down.
Sports journalist David Sanchez de Castro left nothing to the imagination by revealing in a tweet alongside footage of Nonino’s embarrassing moment: “World Athletics U20 Championships in Cali, Colombia.MORE ON SPORTSKICKING OFF The Prem is BACK after 75 long days as title and Golden Boot races beginHAPPY HAM Hamilton starts summer break by hitting waves on £20,000 electric jet-surfboard
"Last series of the 400 meters decathlon. The Italian Alberto Nonino in lane five begins very well but crosses the finishing line last.
"He had his p**** out, literally."
In a follow-up tweet, Sanchez wrote: "Perhaps I’ve explained myself poorly.
"His penis escaped out of the side of his shorts and he had to hold it because it wasn’t allowing him to run properly which is normal when your dongle is swinging from side to side."Most read in The US SunBUS TRAGEDY 12 tourists killed as bus skids off motorway after driver 'falls asleep'BIG BUCKS I won the $1.6BILLION Powerball lottery jackpot - here is how I picked my numbersFIERY CARNAGE Ellen's ex critical with 'severe burns' as horror pics show fiery car crashCARRIER KILLERS China ‘rehearsing sinking US aircraft carriers with hypersonic missiles'
Spanish-speaking press blamed Nonino’s slow 51.57 second run on him opting to run without underpants.
The promising young runner was able to shrug off the embarrassment clip, which had gone viral.
He said in an Instagram story: "I just want to talk to you a little bit about the rumpus there’s been on blogs and social media in general.
"I’m conscious it was obviously an accident and I’d like to tell you I’m aware of the reaction and you don’t need to send me the links to the blogs out there.
"I’m trying to laugh about it now but immediately afterwards I felt terrible and I’m thankful to my friends and family for helping me get over what happened a few hours later."
Spanish daily La Razon said of Italian's faux pas: "This race will at least serve as a lesson for future events.
"Better to wear pants and use the right shorts for long-distance events."
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Fans joked afterwards the 21-year-old should win the ‘tackle of the week’ poll.’3Decathlon star Nonino was able to laugh off the embarrassing incidentCredit: Getty