$22.00 for a pair of underpants? I don't think so.
The model is hot. The underwear seems rather ordinary.
It won't sell.
With gay men, it's all about contouring. This shit just stretches. Best sellers offer separation between a fitted pubic area and the junk to enhance. Same thing for the cheeks and lower back.
Straight men stick to boxers, so they won't buy this. If they do, they'll opt for FOTL or Hanes at 1/5 the price.
Straight women may purchase this once - until they notice it's never ever worn.
Ugh. Just what I needed at 7:00AM: images of some skinny, scrawny, Adam Levine wannabe hipster doofus.
But this fabric cools you in the pubic area, R6.
[quote]Here is that perv director at work
It takes one to know one!
I buy what I call "commodity underwear" for those days when I am certain no one else will be seeing it. I keep a few pairs of the "good stuff" at the ready if a situation calls for it, but it rarely does.
IMO, underwear has become cheaply made and I refuse to spend a lot of money on it when it will barely last a year in many cases.
Besides, not one guy has said he decided to have sex with me because he liked my underwear and not one has said he would not because he did not like my underwear.
Not sure I'd even WANT to have sex with any guy who expressed either.
If you wish to make lots of money with a 'new' underwear, sell it in brown.
Stop fucking around with bullshit fabrics. Go with something that looks clean until the next wash.
"Oh, but we won't sell enough and we'll have skanky-assed men walking around in our brand." No, most men change regularly and will appreciate the camouflage.
It's been promoted like crazy on blogs and related sites. I'm not so much put off by the price as the shininess and the extensive use of modal/lycra.
I have a bunch of these a "gift" from the company. They basically were hoping to get a bunch of our clients in them.
Anyway, they're comfortable but the branding is ridiculous. The brand name, sizing, and care instructions are printed onto the back leg of the garment.
*That is the brand name, sizing and care instructions are printed on the back, outside leg, of the garment.
How in the world did they manage to make boxer briefs so saggy?
I like the briefcase.
The model is hot but the undies? Mehh Like someone said before, they are saggy.
This looks more sexy
I think there is something sexy about a guy in Hanes or Fruit o' the Loom. It shows that they're not priss pots.
There's something exceedingly masculine about not caring about making a fashion statement with your underwear.
My, r18, but those ARE brief!
"Open back," indeed!
WTF!? It's not the 1800s! Only thongs for me, thank you very much.