Win Hentsch Man Shorts

10 July 2014

Despite England being booted out of the World Cup a little too early on, Hentsch Man has gone all patriotic on us and decided to make a tribute to the largest sporting event on earth. Creating a capsule wardrobe consisting of swimming shorts dedicated to the 6 most likely winners of the World Cup, Hentsch Man is giving you lovely readers a chance to win a pair of some of 2014’s finest World Cup memorabilia.

Originally launching with the mission to create the perfect white shirt, the brand has come a long way presenting seasonal collections and approaching the fashion world in a quirky and tongue-in-cheek manner. We gave Jack at Milk Model Management the challenge to beat his football blues and test out the summer essential swim shorts, showing us his best pre game stretch.

These shorts are definitely a bit of fun for all the moping men out there and have proven themselves to be a winner in our eyes. So if you want a pair of light-weight, patriotic and bold swim shorts with your favourite football country embossed on the bottom enter our competiton!

10 Reasons you want a pair of Hentsch Man Swim Shorts:

  • Italian fabric is as soft as a baby’s bottom
  • They just look really cool
  • Perfect for not just the pool but wearing to the shop and perhaps even to the pub
  • When you put them on you immediately get an 8 pack and natural sun kissed tan (It's true)
  • A chance to be patriotic all year round
  • You're already prepared for the the next World Cup
  • Great pockets for things
  • Made in Portugal..cause we just love Europe
  • They have a 99.9% success rate of attracting the opposite sex
  • They will make you a better person. Potentially.


Here's how to win:

Tweet us using the hashtag #BBGxHentschMan. Get involved closing date noon on the 18th July!!

Words by Mollie Smee.
Photography by Cecilie Harris.

Pretty face and World Cup spirit by Jack at Milk Model Management.

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