18 Best Swim Trunks for Men in 2023, Tested by Style Experts

SWIM TRUNKS for men are the stuff of legend: they can be worn in or out of the water and make the ultimate beachside charmer or everyday shorts. The best swim trunks for men today are defined by moisture-wicking and quick-drying fabric, four-way stretch for mobility wherever you are, a flattering length plus an athletic fit. In fact, celebrity wardrobe stylist LooksByLunden says that there’s no reason you can’t have it all in the best swim trunks that are “a perfect blend of both comfort and style.” Here at Men’s Health, we’ve scoured the depths of the seven seas with a panel of 10 experts and three style editors—who personally tested more than 100 swim trunks in total—to bring you the holy grail. Read more: How Men’s Health Tests ProductsMore From Men’s Health play iconThe triangle icon that indicates to playThe 18 best swim trunks for men tested by our experts below are all quick-drying, comfortable, and look great on fit guys, bringing a tidal wave of style, performance, and versatility to your wardrobe. Whether you’re a beach bum or a poolside prince, you will appreciate what they have to offer. Best Athletic Shorts | Best Gym Shorts | Best Jean Shorts | Best Sweat Shorts | Best Board Shorts | Best Swim Trunks on AmazonBest value swim trunksFair Harbor The AnchorBest value swim trunksFair Harbor The AnchorInseam8″Material88% Recycled Polyester, 12% SpandexLinerChafeless BreezeKnit™ linerFair Harbor is one of the best when it comes to making what is practical and stylish, and their Anchor swim trunks add comfort to the mix as well. The first time I put on these shorts, I was blown away by how smooth the inner liner felt; it is breathable and soft like knit, and rather supportive when it comes to cradling the crown jewels. Having worn these for a few months now, the all-day comfort performance has proven itself each and every time. Whether it’s the four-way stretch that moves with my thighs when I swim or walk, the quick-drying fabric that won’t drag you down, or the natural odor resistance, the Anchor has a tapestry of good stuff that can’t be beaten especially at this price. What Do Experts Say? “Fair Harbor is making some of the most eco-friendly, comfortable, and cool trunks of the moment. This swimsuit made with recycled polyester—which is made from 12 plastic bottles—makes for feel-good beach attire while catching some waves. The four-way stretch fabric with water-repellent coating allows for optimum flexibility and comfort for all beach activities,” says our Fashion Director Ted Stafford.Best athletic swim trunksLululemon Pool ShortBest athletic swim trunksLululemon Pool ShortInseam5″ or 7″Material89% Recycled polyester, 11% ElastaneLinerBreathable mesh fabric liner with Xtra Life Lycra®Shop 7-inchThe best way to reward yourself after an intense workout? Taking a dip, without having to change your shorts, which is exactly why I’ve been wearing Lululemon’s swim shorts as my versatile summer bottoms since 2021. Not only do these water-repellent, abrasion-resistant swimsuits double as my everyday go-to shorts for running errands, but they also work well as casual workout shorts thanks to their incredible four-way stretch (at 11% elastane!) that really lets you move your thighs however you like, underwater or above land. The breathable mesh liner has also never chafed me once.What Do Experts Say? “These are the best swim shorts because they hold all of the superior qualities of top-tier swim trunks for men. They have the best and highly recommended length and fit. These trunks are mid-thigh-length classic trunks. They dry out quickly and are comfortable,” says celebrity wardrobe stylist Pilar Scratch.Most comfortable swim trunksVuori Cruise BoardshortMost comfortable swim trunksVuori Cruise BoardshortInseam7.5″Material45% Recycled Polyester, 45% Polyester, 10% ElastaneLinerNoneHaving owned these board shorts since fall 2022, they’re now one of my go-to shorts for lounging about at home or taking a dip in the hot tub. The quick-dry fabric feels eternally lightweight and soft, and the scalloped leg plus the athletic fit and four-way stretch make these bathing suits well-built for both the land and water. Compared to other board shorts we’ve tested, what won me over with Vuori’s board shorts is that their drawcord won’t come loose once you tie it, so you can rest assured you won’t flash anyone. Lastly, if the odor is an issue, they have you covered there too with an anti-microbial fabric.What Do Experts Say? “The Cruise Boardshort is not your average swim trunk and features a performance fit, pockets, and the versatility of a walk short. Built for land and water. Made from recycled plastics with a 7.5-inch inseam, 4-way stretch, and mesh pockets it is a great step towards ocean appreciation and care. If you know someone who loves nature and wants to take extra steps to protect it suggest these swim trunks,” says travel gear expert Aiden Freeborn.best affordable swim trunksAmazon Essentials Quick-Dry Swim Trunkbest affordable swim trunksAmazon Essentials Quick-Dry Swim TrunkNow 20% OffInseam7″ or 9″Material100% PolyesterLinerMeshSHOP 7-inchOur testing editors all give Amazon in-house brand’s budget swim shorts their thumbs up, so you can rest knowing that they’re not some cheap swimwear that will make you feel like a washed-up sailor. Not only do they look cool for the summer in many prints, but our testing also shows that they’re crafted in a knit fabric that’s soft, dries fast, and comes with UPF 50 protection. Though the fabric doesn’t have any built-in or natural stretch, because of its roomy fit at the thigh and seat areas, you will in fact be able to move with ease in them.What Do Experts Say? “Believe it or not, Amazon Essentials has a great brand of affordable, comfortable, and quick-drying swim trunks. They generally run around twenty bucks and are pretty solid. They don’t last as long as more expensive shorts, but can still last for years if taken care of. They come in a variety of colors and patterns and all different sizes,” says adventurer and travel expert Jeremy Scott Foster.Best short swim trunksSpeedo Printed Redondo Edge VolleyBest short swim trunksSpeedo Printed Redondo Edge VolleyInseam4″Material100% polyesterLinerYesUnlike the typical for-model-only triangular Speedos briefs that squeeze really tight, these UPF 50+ comfort stretch swim bottoms are entirely better. Made with durable water-repellent fabric, these swim shorts have earned the co-sign of 2x Olympic gold medalist, 13x World Championship gold medalist, and world record holder Caeleb Dressel as his go-to. And let it be known that the four-inch inseam length can indeed look very flattering, as several of our athletic testers have found. We also love how great the stretch works on the beach or in the waves, and the fabric that never chafes. What Do Experts Say? “This is a great versatile short that easily goes from beach to bar that stays comfortable all day (and night) long. The stretch on these shorts allows me to paddleboard, play volleyball and run on the beach with ease. And quick dry fabric and a comfort liner, they keep me safe from chaffing,” says professional swimmer Caeleb Dressel.Best swim trunks for travelBillabong 73 Pro BoardshortBest swim trunks for travelBillabong 73 Pro BoardshortOutseam20″Material90% Polyester, 10% ElastaneLinerNoneLooking for mobility in swim trunks? You really should, because you don’t want your trunks to tie up your legs when you need them the most. I tested these out in our fashion closet and by the beachside, and all in all, they are comfortable and very flexible to wear and move in, with a regular fit and length that hits just above the knee. The fabric is lightweight as well so you’re ready to rock it on the go. But our favorite part is the high-performance stretch which can cater to your activities in and out of the waves. What Do Experts Say? “Here’s one of our favorite swimming trunks for this season. These trunks focus solely on performance and comfort. Its four-way stretch provides excellent mobility for both casual swimming and water sports. It’s a quick-drying fabric with Micro Repel that sheds off the water as soon as you get out,” says Jessica Kats, a shopping and trend specialist at Soxy.Best overall swim trunksMack Weldon Swim TrunkBest overall swim trunksMack Weldon Swim TrunkInseam6″Material96% Polyester, 4% SpandexLinerMicro-mesh stretch linerI wore Mack Weldon’s swim shorts to a rafting trip just recently, and that experience showed me that they might just be the champ of all swimsuits. Their smooth, quick-drying fabric braved the whitewater rapids, and the inner mesh liner is stretchy and breathable while providing extra support. The four-way stretch made them move so easily and comfortably like I was wearing sweat shorts. I also love the all-over print which looks sophisticated yet ready to get wet. The only downside is that I had to really tighten the drawcord since the waistband feels a bit too relaxed. Best Hybrid Swim TrunksLands’ End Outrigger Stretch Cargo Swim TrunksBest Hybrid Swim TrunksLands’ End Outrigger Stretch Cargo Swim TrunksInseam9″Material100% NylonLinerNoBelieve it or not, Bullet Train Star Andrew Koji was able to do a perfect high kick in these swim shorts like a piece of cake. That’s how stretchy and unobstructed they are on land. In water, however, the performance is just as well according to our testing. In fact, when testing for a pair of swim trunks that can match this level of movement, our Fashion Director Ted Stafford noted this option’s lightweight but extremely stretchy fabric that moved with the thighs. My favorite part is of course the cargo pockets which can really come in handy in or out of the water. What Do Experts Say? “These trunks are designed with plenty of pockets including a cellphone pocket, cargo pockets, and two back pockets. That means you can wear these bad boys hiking, water rafting, or deep diving. They are made with UPF 50 sun protection and are quick to dry. With 9-inch seams, they come in a variety of colors but beware most of the options come with no liner. However, I still suggest it as a top contender for swimwear,” says travel gear expert Aiden Freeborn.Most versatile swim trunksPatagonia Baggies™ Shorts Most versatile swim trunksPatagonia Baggies™ Shorts Inseam5″, 7″MaterialNetPlus® 100% postconsumer recycled nylonLinerQuick-drying black mesh linerPatagonia Baggies are essentially the Gold Standard when it comes to adventure shorts. The new Baggies are made with more eco-friendly materials and are better suited to handle swimming, kayaking, and more. Having tested them in our fashion closet, we found that these versatile swim trunks have a comfortable mesh liner that breathes and doesn’t chafe, and their quick-drying nylon fabric is soft and water-resistant. Our testers love how good they feel good while swimming or enjoying the sunset at the Cape. Most stylish swim trunksBonobos Throwback Swim TrunksMost stylish swim trunksBonobos Throwback Swim TrunksInseam5″, 7″Material85% Recycled Polyester, 15% SpandexLinerMesh interior liningCreate your pool style around Bonobo’s vintage surf-inspired trunks, made with water resistance and UPF defense. Having sported them several times since the summer of 2022, I love them because they check pretty much all the boxes: comfortable fabric and liner, an athletic fit and inseam, fabric that really stretches to move with your thighs in and out of the water, UV protection, and a really handsome profile. They simultaneously look like the kind of swim shorts you could imagine Don Draper wearing in the 1960s, while also the light blue color also calls to mind the pair that Daniel Craig wore in his first appearance as Bond in Casino Royale in 2006.What Do Experts Say? “It allows you to show off the gains you’ve been making on leg day, has an interior drawstring as opposed to the exterior which provides a more streamlined, sophisticated look while still providing just as much cinch. The piping and the retro styling are on-point and totally timeless,” says men’s style specialist Dave Bowden.best-bang-for-your-buck swim trunksJ.Crew Stretch Swim Trunk with ECONYL® Nylonbest-bang-for-your-buck swim trunksJ.Crew Stretch Swim Trunk with ECONYL® NylonInseam6″Material57% recycled nylon, 39% polyamide, 4% elastaneLinerMesh liningEverything feels just right about J.Crew’s swim trunks: the right length, stretch, print—and there’re several to choose from—feel, protection (water-repellent finish for underwater activities and UPF 50 fabric for beachside plays), and, most importantly, price. No wonder they have received stellar responses from our testing editors. They’ve got colors that scream “I’m here to party!” and patterns that will make heads spin. The short inseam is also great for pairing with polo shirts and sunglasses. I also love how they’re fairly tailored in a slim fit but still leave enough room for movement.What Do Experts Say? “These classic board shorts are made from quick-drying nylon fabric, and come in a range of colors and patterns to suit any style. They have a comfortable elastic waistband with a drawstring closure, and a handy back pocket with a Velcro closure,” says e-commerce and retail specialist of product reviews site FindThisBest.Best everyday swim trunksEverlane The ReNew Swim ShortBest everyday swim trunksEverlane The ReNew Swim ShortInseam7″Material95% Recycled Nylon, 5% ElastaneLiner100% Recycled PolyesterIf you’re down for wearing swim trunks as shorts every day, Everlane’s two-way stretch swim shorts are a no-brainer. By looking at them, you’d notice that they appear to be basic shorts, which is exactly my first reaction when I got them online last summer. But, having worn them to the pool and to the beach, I testify that they are made with water-repellent fabric to last for long periods underwater. Available in only monochrome colors, we can’t fathom how easily they can double as everyday shorts for running errands or going out and about. What Do Experts Say? “A blend of 95 percent recycled nylon and 5 percent elastane is used to manufacture these lightweight, stretchy, and sustainable shorts. The mesh line on the inside, made from 100 percent recycled polyester, makes them comfortable enough to be worn with or without underwear,” says retail specialist Kristi Smith from Honest Brand Reviews.Best formal swim trunksOrlebar Brown Bulldog Mid-Length Swim ShortsBest formal swim trunksOrlebar Brown Bulldog Mid-Length Swim ShortsInseam6″Material100% PolyesterLinerPolyester mesh liningOrlebar Brown makes swim shorts that look so good on land but can still let you have at it in the deep ocean. Its signature Bulldog style, which offers over 30 patterns, looks like tailored chinos, especially in this geometric print that is dressy enough for a summer wedding. Their liner is comfortable and supportive, and the fabric keeps you dry and cool. The stretch is a bit questionable, but our testing editor was able to move with ease in them. The tailored fit makes them perfect for styling with polo shirts or short-sleeve shirts and loafers.What Do Experts Say? “These are made from stretchy, lightweight synthetic fabric that dries quickly and doesn’t stick to your legs. The side tabs are superior to a drawstring, in my opinion. The length is perfect for most guys (shows a little thigh, but not too much). I’ve tested these for years in all kinds of water, and they hold up nicely. The internal mesh netting is soft and doesn’t feel intrusive,” says menswear expert and influencer Brock McGoff.Best luxury swim trunksVilebrequin Swim Trunks Flat Belt StretchBest luxury swim trunksVilebrequin Swim Trunks Flat Belt StretchCredit: Brock McGoffInseam5.5″Material98% Polyamide, 2% ElastaneLinerYesVilebrequin’s bathing suits look just like your ordinary shorts but don the swimwear features of mesh lining and quick-drying fabric. They’re designed to feel soft and look tailored for a luxe fit. While they come at a higher price point, they’re definitely worth splurging if you have the means. The more structured fabric and tailored fit of these shorts render them as elevated as your best chino shorts, and in the water, they have a soft, comfy internal netting that never feels itchy to support you. What Do Experts Say? “These are less stretchy and more structured than the OB Bulldog Sports, but I actually like the heftier fabric, even when it’s hot outside. It doesn’t get as wrinkled. They’re just a hair shorter and slimmer than Orlebar Brown Bulldogs, but the fit is pretty similar. They have a hidden drawstring and snap button closure, so it’s a sleek look that’s more akin to chino shorts than swim trunks,” says menswear expert and influencer Brock McGoff. Best outdoor swim trunksColumbia PFG Backcast III™ Water ShortsBest outdoor swim trunksColumbia PFG Backcast III™ Water ShortsNow 25% OffInseam8″Material100% textured nylon poplinLinerInterior mesh briefColumbia’s swim trunks are easy to throw on, great for both recreational swimming and fishing, packed with outdoor-friendly feats like built-in UPF 50 and quick-drying, and designed with mobility and protection in mind. In our testing, we were impressed by how versatile these swim shorts are for water as well as on-land activities, beachside or in the great outdoors. The nylon fabric is naturally stretchy, and with a comfortable mesh liner built in, our tester has even worn them to hike once. Thus, feel free to live your best summer style in and out of the water in these—no changing needed. What Do Experts Say? “Columbia Men’s Big Backcast III Water Shorts offer good quality at a very low price. This product is very durable. These trunks are being used to promote the idea of wearing them outdoors as well. People are adapting it as a summer uniform. The younger generation is adapting it to look different and stylish. It is gaining popularity due to its durable and lightweight fabric,” says costume designer Susan Gagnon.Best unlined swim trunksFreefly Andros TrunkBest unlined swim trunksFreefly Andros TrunkInseam7″Material41% Recycled Polyester, 44% Polyester, 15% SpandexLinerNoneFreefly really takes the comfort level of men’s swimwear to the next high with these swim trunks. Not exactly board shorts, they’re of the rare unlined swim trunk breed. Hence, their versatility is off the chart: with a lightweight, four-way stretch fabric, I had easily paired them with a t-shirt and sandals last summer to form my everyday fit, or have relied on their quick-drying and unlined-ness to take a dip or even surf the wave a bit. Roomy, soft, and breathable, they make great fishing shorts too. My testing also shows that their ingenious bamboo fabric is extremely breathable and lightweight, and dries in a heartbeat.What Do Experts Say? “Swim trunks made of nylon or polyester, even bamboo fabric are not only extremely comfortable but also very lightweight and quick drying. Bamboo fabric is much more expensive than traditional fabric but is also more sustainable to produce than polyester or nylon, which are plastic based,” says adventurer and travel expert Jeremy Scott Foster.Best performance swim trunksOuterknown Apex Trunks By Kelly SlaterBest performance swim trunksOuterknown Apex Trunks By Kelly SlaterNow 32% OffInseam9″Material86% recycled polyester, 8% recycled spandex, 6% spandex with Quick DryLinerNoneCo-signed and tested by 11x World Champion Kelly Slater, these gnarly shorts are designed with optimizing performance in mind. In fact, the surf legend himself has worn these rad shorts on some of the best waves in the world. In our testing, we simply can’t get enough of how performance-heavy these board shorts are. They come with more than 10% spandex, so our guys even wore them to jog or to the gym. Other feats like weightless drainage, ventilation, and quick-dry which we’ve tested in the water really render these shorts unbothered by waves or tides. They’re also completely chafe-free to boot. Best classic swim shortsBirdwell Beach Britches 311 Nylon Board ShortsBest classic swim shortsBirdwell Beach Britches 311 Nylon Board ShortsNow 15% OffInseam8″Material100% NylonLinerLinerYou can’t talk about board shorts without talking about Birdwell’s 311. These are your classic, old-school surf trunks. They are in fact one of the first we’ve tested, and we love how commando-friendly they are since they have no liner. They’re also made in 100% nylon—which is moisture-wicking, quick-drying, and breathable. While nylon isn’t as stretchy as spandex, in my experience of wearing these, they are elastic enough for me to slowly jog a bit on the beach. Overall, they’re so comfortable that I have survived the entire day at the beach without any disturbances in them. What to Look for in Swim Trunks for Men Stretch: If you’re swimming, surfing, or just moving around a lot in bathing suits, Kathleen McNally, Creative Director at SAXX, advises stretch as a must-have factor. “A 4-way stretch woven shell allows for a great fit and range of motion in and out of the water,” she says.Waistband: Waistbands should fit comfortably on your body, and a drawstring may help you to adjust the waist size if needed. McNally recommends a full-elastic waistband with a drawcord because it “ensures you keep your trunks on, even if you’re diving from the high dive.” If you’re going for a snap closure, just make sure it’s not too tight with the ability to unsnap after one beer. Liner: If you’re performing heavy activities in swimsuits, consider doing without liners. Board shorts, for instance, aren’t made with liners for more wiggle room and comfort. Otherwise, liners should fit snugly, but should never be too tight or pinch your skin. Built-in mesh liners provide extra support to your down-there and keep everything in place as you move. Since it’s mesh, they’re also breathable and quick-drying. Length: Shorts are getting shorter, and so are swim trunks. According to McNally, five inches in inseam length is the trendy fit that hits at the mid-thigh, and seven inches or more for more conservative wearers. If you’re looking at outseam lengths, 14-inch is more fashion forward, 17-inch is a casual mid-length, and 20-inch is as full coverage as you can get without wearing pants.Quick-Drying: When the fabric gets wet, swim trunks will get heavy and thus restrict your movement in and out of water. “For me, it is about the comfort and how quickly they dry. I need to be able to go for a swim, change real quick, and go to the next location. Having quick-drying swim trunks is essential as I don’t want to put a soaking wet bathing suit in my bag,” says Foster. What Is the Best Material for Men’s Swim Trunks?Obviously, cotton is way out of the way—they get way too heavy when met with water. “Always look for lightweight synthetic fabrics, that are quick-dry and fade-resistant to sun and chlorine,” says McNally. These synthetic fabrics are ideal for underwater wear they won’t get hefty and pull you down when drenched in water.Lee Johnson, founder of West Coast clothing brand Old Bull Lee also doubles down on synthetic materials as the go-to. “Poly with the addition of stretch (Lycra, elastane) material is the most common with good reason—more comfortable, forgiving,” he says. “Some brands use nylon instead of poly because it absorbs less water and does not get heavy as the waterproofing wears off over time, but nylon does not (take color) dye as deeply and vibrantly as poly.” What Is the Best Length for Swim Trunks for Men?Bowden believes that five-inch is the perfect length for men’s swim trunks. “It allows you to show off the gains you’ve been making on leg days and also means that you’ll get more sun on your thighs, so you won’t have any tan lines when you switch back to 8 shorts after leaving the water.” But of course, inseam length looks different for everyone, which is why, after testing out a variety of swim trunks, we believe that the sweet spot is about two inches above your knee: shorter guys won’t feel shorter with most of their legs covered and taller men won’t feel like they’re wearing tap shorts as the newest members of the Rockettes. How to Choose Colors and Prints for Men’s Swim TrunksJustin Berkowitz, men’s fashion director at Bloomingdale’s, recommends a back-to-basics style for men’s swimwear. “I love a great print when it comes to swim trunks, but the key for me personally is choosing ones that tie back to the colors I traditionally wear regularly, so they fit more seamlessly into what I am packing for a vacation.” Therefore, whether it’s solid colors or patterns, it’s best to go for those that stay true to your year-round style. For instance, if you don’t traditionally wear bright colors, Berkowitz then wouldn’t suggest starting with your swim trunks. “Rather, look for options that mirror the ones you have in your t-shirts, polos, and linen shirts.” How We SelectedTo find the best swim trunks for men, our style and gear editors have personally tried on a variety of them and put them to the test, such as going rafting in Mack Weldon’s swim trunks, taking a dip or bathing in a tub while wearing Vuori’s board shorts, enjoying beach activities in Patagonia’s Baggies shorts, or putting Fair Harbor’s swim trunks on stylish guys to see how they fit and feel. We’ve also considered swim trunks that were picked by our Fashion Director Ted Stafford for print and tested in our fashion closets, as well as options recommended by experts such as style influencers, stylists, and designers.Read more: Learn How Men’s Health Tests ProductsFrom there, we evaluated these swim trunks based on their style, fit, price point, performance in and out of the water, and versatility to make the final top picks. Specifically, we’re looking for styles that are not trendy or trend-chasing; instead, our picks of the best swim trunks all fit great even on buff or athletic guys, provide a ton of value at reasonable price points, and come in styles that will look great years from now. Why Trust UsAt Men’s Health, our testing editors and writers always make sure to actually test and use the products ourselves before considering whether to include them. Therefore, rest assured that our product recommendations derive from first-hand experience, and you can read more about our testing process here.In addition, we have a whole fashion closet in our NYC office dedicated to calling in, trying out, and selecting the best and newest menswear products including swim trunks. We put them on stylish, fit guys to hear their opinions and see how the items look on them before making our final decision. And as style editors, we constantly go into the fashion closet to feel a product’s materials—even put it on ourselves for a spin—to test it.Lastly, you can trust our opinions on shopping recommendations, whether it’s the products, styling tips, or trends. Not only do we have Fashion Director Ted Stafford and Deputy Editor, Commerce Christian Gollyan, but we also have a panel of style experts—including stylists, fashion influencers, designers, etc.—whom we regularly seek shopping guides from. Therefore, our product recommendations and buying tips are all driven by professional, expert opinions.Our ExpertsTed Stafford, Fashion Director at Men’s HealthPilar Scratch, stylistAiden Freeborn, adventurerJeremy Scott Foster, adventurerCaeleb Dressel, Olympic swimmerPeter Martinez, designerDave Bowden, men’s style specialistAlex Williams, retail specialist at FindThisBest Kristi Smith, retail specialist at Honest Brand Reviews Jessica Kats, retail expert at Soxy Brock McGoff, influencerSusan Gagnon, designer at Costumes Heaven Nicole Bolton, designer at Iconic Celebrity Outfits Kathleen McNally, Creative Director at SAXX Lee Johnson, founder of Old Bull Lee LooksByLunden, stylist Justin Berkowitz, Fashion Director at Bloomingdale’sStyle and Commerce EditorMaverick Li is the Style & Commerce Editor of Men’s Health, where he covers clothing, footwear, watches, and grooming. He was previously the Assistant Commerce Editor at Esquire.Deputy Editor, CommerceAs Men’s Health’s Deputy Editor, Commerce, Christian Gollayan oversees all shopping content on menshealth.com. He relocated back to New York by way of Portland, where he was the Associate Managing Editor at TheManual.com. Christian’s work has also been featured in InStyle, Food & Wine, the New York Post, and Tatler Asia. Ted Stafford is the Fashion Director of Men’s Health. He oversees all style and fashion content for the brand, and also styles their fashion stories. His active lifestyle informs his passion for translating great designs into real-life style, a favorite part of his job. Prior to joining Men’s Health he worked at GQ magazine and Calvin Klein

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