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Vintage Linen Thong

August 10, 2014 Comments off


I go back and forth in my underwear preference depending on my recent ice cream intake. I usually bounce between bikini’s and square cuts. Only when I’m working out do I wear thongs, but these Vintage Line Thongs are unbelievably comfortable and worth every penny! BodyAware does it again. It feels like I’m wearing nothing and I would highly recommend this to non-thongers. These will change your mind fast!

This classy linen-blend thong brief features features soft, non-binding waist elastic with the BodyAware logo at center, the special anatomical pouch made for comfort and looks, and trimmed at the legs and pouch with soft contrast linen piping.

– Soft & lightweight knit linen blend fabric
– Vintage thong styling
– Shaped and contoured pouch front
– Contrast linen trim at leg and pouch
– 15% linen/85% polyester
– Machine wash
– Made in the USA!



PiKante Glow Thong Underwear

November 10, 2012 Comments off


Sorry for slacking off recently as a heavy workload and the flu bug wreaked havoc through this house….finally getting back to normal now. Caribbean vacation in t-minus 4 weeks! A beach chair, cold beverage, bikini sunning, and hours of nothing….ahh!

If I had a underwear preference for everyday wear, I normally go for the bikini or brief first. But PiKantes Glow Thongs are extremely comfortable and with the added hint of shimmer, the definitely caught the wife’s eye that morning.

The majority of metallic shiny underwear or swimwear that I’ve encountered tends to have one drawback….too tight! When its underwear for the day, that’s an even bigger gamble with a thong. Not the case here as PiKante uses the perfect Nylon/Spandex blend for a thong that provides roomy pouch and stretchy T-Back that doesn’t chafe. As with most Latin producers, they run a little small on us Americans so consider sizing up for comfort and definitely hang-dry all shimmer-style underwear.

I found them at a compression apparel website called Healing Enhancements, Compression Garments.




Clever’s Antirio Thongs for Men

September 23, 2012 Comments off


Clever just released a bunch of new men’s underwear and swimwear for this fall. A couple of which I was able to gobble up was the Antirio Thongs. Since the models obviously make any clothing appear five times better than the reality and typically waistbands dig into my waist and can create a slight muffin-top. Not the case with these. These had plenty of flex making them very easy to sit low, which to me is huge to me because I have short legs. It also means that the T-Back doesn’t constrict or cram making these really comfortable. They’ll feel and look great under a pair of your favorite low-waisted jeans.

A couple of cool stores to get Clever’s Antirio Thong: UnderwearStation or Be-Brief


New Style Thong from Groovin’

July 11, 2012 Comments off


I few years back, I took an eBay gamble and bought a few pairs of boxers, bikinis, and briefs from a brand I’d never heard of called Groovin‘. It took so long for them to arrive that I’d already forgotten about it. I opened the package, held up a pair and two things jumped into my mind; really thin material and DAMN, their small and ordered Large. Since returning them wasn’t an option, I squeezed my butt into them and they stretched out ok.

Now, their brand name is much more prominent and I believe they’ve adapted to the US market through distribution and design. The New Style Groovin’ Thong is prime example of this Japanese companies progress. The pouch has been upgraded with a thicker lining and more room, so my junk isn’t crammed like the older versions.

Because the fabric content is high in Nylon (92%), they indirectly offer a little bit of compression and lift. The T-Back can sit high-waist, so the thong won’t move and chafe your crack. These work really well under bike shorts or running tights. Unless I missed the memo, I noticed that they offer them in XL now. I’m a 34 and the Large fits perfectly in a thong, but found the XL a better fit in the older bikini but I assume that’s the next style to be updated.

It’s nice to see these improvements from Groovin’ and looking forward to what they roll out next.

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Whittall & Shon G-String Thong

May 12, 2012 Comments off


The Whittall & Shon G-String is a thin and comfortable mens thong to wear under clothing or active shorts when it’s warm and muggy outside. However, they have a colorful trim edge that can feel odd if you wear typical T-back styles. So these thongs may take a minute or two before settling into position. Once in place, this G-String feel like heaven on your crotch and surprisingly have a lifting feature in the front.

These thongs are built for low-waisted guys, so they’ll even look great on shorter dudes and the Turquoise color adds a little Freak-Factor for the significant other.

As I mentioned before, they feel thin but are by no means will they breakdown after a couple of washes and low tumble-dries.

I got mine at

Speedo Thong

May 2, 2012 Comments off


Definitely not for the conservative sunbather, but quite a comfortable option in the right setting of course. Speedo owns the brand name to which all skimpy swimwear is referred to in the US, but most people wouldn’t know that they actually make them in a thong too. Obviously these are designed with their dual blend nylon-Lycra, but they are a great underwear choice when its hot and humid. Not chaffing and perfect fit!

I typically wear these during the summertime when I work in the yard and sweat constantly….under my shorts of of course.;)

It’s hard to find them these days, but Int’l Jock still carries them (I think).

CockSox Men’s Thong

April 26, 2012 Comments off


Now that summer is upon us, thongs should be a consideration for evening wear. Especially if pants are the required attire for the event or if you wear short-shorts (because I’m not tall). These men’s thongs from CockSox, premium Australian brand, is made of a flexible Lycra material that will enhance your manhood while naturally lifting it up and out without any uncomfortable straps or rings. These are a full Y-back thong. So if haven’t ever worn thongs before and are concerned about the “wedge” feeling, fear not because once that initial shock value blows by, you won’t notice a thing.

A good site to get these: Skivies

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