I just finished swimming in the Marriott Hotel
swimming pool - wearing my baggy Levis jeans -
and a t-shirt. The wet feeling of the wet denim
against my wet body -- freeballing -- was
I realize that most guys who freeball - tend to
swim naked or prefer nudity in general. I am
a " wetguy " who loves to freeball in jeans -
and swim in my jeans too - freeballing !!
Sleeping in ( dry ) jeans - freeballing is
fantastic...try it !
I have to part company with you on this. I can't stand the feel of wet clothes on my body. They feel heavy and cold and clamy. And I think it's a good way to get a skin rash too. For my swiming the less clothes the better and none is the best!
Yuck....swimming in "wet" clothes. Sounds like a fetish to me. Tomorrow I am going up to the clothing optional hot springs...haven't been there for a couple of months and am looking forward to it. Once you do the nude swimming/soaking thing, it is hard to go to pools where you MUST wear swim trunks.
Great that there are some others around that like to get wet in jeans.
I'm 17 years old and I've never swum in anything else than jeans or cutoffs. I love the feeling of the wet denim on naked skin. But I'm the only one in my family. My father wear speedos and my two twin-brothers wear 3/4-length sport-shorts for swimming.
It's really difficult for me finding a place where it's not forbidden to swim in my jeans here in Germany. But when we go to our holiday to Denmark I swim in the North Sea in my long-legged 501 all the time.
Here in the Netherlands at some outsite swimmingpools it's no deal to swim in jeans.
Then again i prefer to swim in lakes, makes much more fun.
Usualy i swim in cutoffs, but also normal long legged jeans is ok for me.
It's not just fun but also practical.
When I was a kid many places wouldn't allow you to swim in "street clothes".
The reason was cotton and similar fabrics would leach lint that clogged the pool filters.
Furthermore the pool chlorine would bleach out the coloring in the clothes.
Back then nude swimming was common at YMCAs and summer camps. Still the best way in my book.
being barefoot (and sometimes barechested), freeballing, and on top of that, getting wet in my jeans.
In fact, I do it quite often, maybe once a week, even and maybe with the greatest pleasure in winter, barefooting around a forest close to me until reaching my favourite pond , then dipping inzo it, or crossing a small river, and then running around barefoot in my cold wet jeans, of course freeballing.
I have a female colleague who shares my passion, she comes along sometimes.
In summer, one of my favourites is taking my motorbike to a lake in a nature preserve, swimming around, in my jeans and then driving home while letting my jeans dry out in the wind.
Both things, besides being fun, roughen up, I rarely catch a cold or a flu.
Hope to hear other stories, and I prmise, this one is not a fake.
I also like going around without shoes and socks. In the summer I'm nearly every day with bare feet. My parents don't like it, but what the hell. Life is to short to not do as I like...
Great that you go swimming in jeans, too. But here in Germany it would end with getting a cough or flu when you will drive with wet jeans on a motorbike. On my mountainbike I do it lots of time. But only when it's really hot outside.
Our temperatures in summer are only up to 28 degrees centigrade (ca. 82 degrees F).
Well this wet jean thing is something I don't understand.
I've worn wet jeans and to me they feel cold and clammy.
I don't even like the way wet swimsuits feel- and they are made to wear wet.
It's hard to beat skin for swimming- fits perfect, drys fast, and doesn't mildew.
A few years ago on a horse back ride I ended up in the creek and got soaked.We had a 3 hour ride back to the truck with me soaked.It was nice at first but I ended up galded pretty bad.My jeans were wranglers and they were pretty loose on me.Since then I only ride in tight jeans.I have got wet a few times since then in them and I didn't suffer at all since my jeans were so tight nothing moved or rubbed causing any irritation.It is nice tho that fbing in tight jeans dry or wet catches the eyes of the ladys,since everything is pretty obvious and impossibale to hide!
I love swimming in my Levi's jeans. 501s, 510s, and 511s are all great. Just today I went swimming in a pair of 510s. They felt super great with no bagginess and did not restrict movement or slow me down. Love the fit and feel of these jeans dry or wet. The water really makes them shine and gives a very sensual look that I like. Always freeball and like swimming nude.
I have been freeballing since I got out of diapers. My parents didn't buy me underwear. I use to have this one pair of cowboy tite jeans that my step dad sprayed with starch for when I got in trouble. When I was around 8 he aould make me wear the starched jeans after whooping my bare bottom with a leather belt and not only did it hurt to sit my but was stinging for the reat of the day because starched jeans freeballing is like sand paper on a tender ass.
If it's going to be (or get) wet, let it also be something that dries quickly. So, for me, it's not going to be cotton or denim, not wool and not khaki. But it will be super light, super thin, super easy-to-dry in the sun, or shade. I've done the jeans thing, more by accident, and it stays muggily damp for hours.
When I'm on vacation in a warm clime, I definitely want what I've described above since I may purposely fall into one of the pools on the way back to my room at a hotel, or one of the hiking trails and I don't want wet jeans to be bogging me down as I walk.
But the positive side is that there's always something for someone on this site and, from the responses, there are some (maybe plenty), who enjoy this type of stuff. So, for those who love that, have at it!
I know, that's quite an old topic... But a lovely one! It's amazing to freeball in wet clothes... On the beach I go swimming either completely naked or completely dressed. Feeling the wet fabric on my naked body is awesome... I prefer suits to jeans, but usually I don't have a suit with me when I go to the beach. At home I love taking showers and baths in suits, white shirt and tie included... It's quite a turn-on, but don't be upset: I won't tell you what usually happens after my suit has got wet
... but, I get hot down below and prefer lightest and thinnest and coolest as possible. I love water and carry over that same to water activities. Nothing at all is best, but hardly ever possible. But, to waffle a bit, I can get wet in anything and enjoy. But if I'm gonna do it on purpose and can control the situation, it's thin, light, cool, fast-dry fabric, whatever it is.