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Intymen Euro Bikini

June 27, 2012 Comments off


I’m a huge fan of the Intymen line and they delivered again with the Euro Bikini. These new style bikini briefs are perfect for active lifestyles because the viscose used is extremely durable. I particularly choose to wear these after a hard lower body workout or bike ride because they offer a slight bit of compression, which eases my sore butt.

Even though I’ve never been crazy about waistbands, it’s not to constricting and doesn’t create a muffin top. There’s also a little more room in the front pouch than the picture displays too, so no worries about “cramming the junk”. The inseam is stitched solid, so use good grooming habits and guys with wide thighs probably would want to size up.

The shimmer of the fabric and the bikini cut adds a little bit of Freak Factor and the wife was definitely digging these. Most of the usual suspects sell these, but I got mine from Skiviez.

Intymen Euro Bikini Brief at Skiviez.


Men’s Low-Rise Bikini Briefs by Flexables

June 9, 2012 Comments off


If you’re on a budget, Flexables Men’s Low-Rise Bikini Briefs will give you your money’s worth. Unless your able to find a deal in the clearance rack, where else can you get decent men’s bikinis for $10? I’m not saying they’re the greatest on the planet, but damn they’re comfortable and completely pass my durability test (see Freak Test).

They’re stretchy with plenty of junk room and the Nylon/Lycra certainly minimizes swamp-ass. The 1″ sides make them adjustable for most body frames too. In my younger adult years, I noticed a dancer wearing a Flexables Women’s thong so I pointed it out to her. She flipped over the tab and starting grinning ear-to-ear. She was so impressed that I knew my underwear that I got free lap dance. Naturally, I bought the wife a few pairs too.

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

Intymen Sports Brief

April 28, 2012 Comments off


When I first bought these Intymen’s Sports Brief, I was a little surprised at thin the material felt and was a little skeptical about them being being advertised as a sports brief. They are very comfortable for lounging around the house and a good option when it’s hot. The briefs work well if you wear short-shorts or low-rise jeans too. However, if you have athletic thighs and are borderline on the measurement, consider sizing up because the leg hole piping is a little tight (I wear a 34 and got a Medium).

I also found these to contour my butt differently than most briefs, as it feels like its more cheeky in nature but no lift. I didn’t get too much shock value from the wife the first time I wore these either. Definitely do hang-dry these after washing, tumble-dry low caused them to bead a little on the front pouch after the first cleaning.

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

Casanova Brazilian Bikini

March 10, 2012 Comments off


I’m not normally a tanga or thong guy, for the simple fact that I’m in a car all day and this style tends to ride up. But, I added Casanova Brazilian Bikini with my normal brief order, just to try them out and boy what a surprise. They are really comfortable and didn’t move an inch. It’s almost as if you can barely feel wearing them.

The front offers modest coverage, like a brief and the back has contours your the center of your cheek and doesn’t chaff. Very stretchy nylon spandex material, so theres flexibility with the sizing. I made the mistake of drying a pair on low cycle and caused a stitching to loosen, so definitely hang dry them if you want them to last.

99% of us don’t have the models facade, but these are so durable that they be worn comfortably by any body type and the wife thought they were hot.

Even though Nuwear has them listed also as swimwear, I’m not sure I would go that far because they are a little thin. They are definitely can’t-miss underwear and certainly will be utilized as we begin warming up in the south. Enjoy!

You can find these at Nuwear

Ring Brief by Body Tech

September 24, 2011 Comments off
Cotton Bikini Brief with lifting ring

Body Tech Ring Brief

The Ring Brief by Body Tech was a bit of a surprise because I had never had C-ring pair of before. For those of you who are as clueless as I was, it’s a hidden fabric pocket in the front that has an elastic hole to put your junk into. This creates the lift and makes it appear as though you’re much more well endowed than reality.At first it was a little uncomfortable, but you get used to it fairly quickly. I do recommend that you are well-groomed because I could see it causing some chaffing for hairy guys. Once you have these on you’ll notice that two holes appear on the sides that might look as if the underwear is torn and falling apart. No to worry, its just the design and is part of the C-ring feature.Even though I’m a personal fan of Nylon/Lycra┬«, I think that the Cotton/Lycra┬« fabric used in this works as the garment does contours my butt well. However the band is a little tight but necessary in order to keep everything in place.

As I have somewhat of a broad frame, I think this pair of underwear are generally built for the skinny tall dude. If you have any hips or love-handles, definitely pass on these. You won’t like that visual in the mirror when you try these on.

Body Tech definitely makes better underwear than this, so I don’t judge them by one product alone.

Where to get these: Guys Drawers, Mens Underwear Source

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