I'm done with Hanes. Wasn't good to begin with and has declined since then.
What brand do you recommend for every day use? Not looking for anything too fancy. Nobody will see my shorts or briefs in the office.
Fruit of the Loom. Cute ads.
Painted on underwear.
Calvin Klien briefs.
Kaley, what does Henry wear?
I cant wear boxer briefs anymore. THey make my balls ache. I have to wear briefs. Low hanger suggestions?
Polo Ralph Lauren--buy them at an outlet store or TJ Maxx
I best briefs I have ever worn are found online only these days. Munsingwear Kangaroo pouch. The are constructed to cup your balls in a pouch and it feels great. Google them.
I really like Jockey classic briefs ...they are super sexy & comfortable. A FWB of mine comes over & changes into my clothes - all the better to show off his hot body! - and he looks fantastic in my white Jockey briefs.
Hanes and Fruit of the Loom wear out easy. I bought a bunch of Jockey brand underwear at one of their outlet stores years ago and they are all still intact with no degradation of structural integrity.
Is underwear de rigueur under a caftan?
[quote]I really like Jockey classic briefs
What's with the Jockey shorts? I thought stopped wearing them.
Your cotton unmentionables last significantly longer if they never see the inside of a tumble dryer.
This has been Reason #6 in support of line drying your laundry.
Thongs or g-strings. There's no question about it. Feels like wearing nothing at all.
Second on Calvin Klein briefs. You can always find them on sale. Good quality, good fit.
A burberry brief.
Anything that can be laundered without resorting to napalm to remove the stink.
The GAP boxers.
How many of you utilize the pouch fly, rather than pulling your briefs down and flopping your dick over the waste band to pee?
Boxers or briefs, as long as they are not like a cheap hotel. They need to have ball room.
[quote]Hanes and Fruit of the Loom wear out easy.
I've noticed this too.
I'd like to know of a good but affordable brand of mens underwear.
For t-shirts, anyway, I've found that the ones they have at Costco (the Kirkland brand) are much better quality (heavier cotton, last longer) than any of the major brands.
I buy Champion boxer briefs at Costco. They cost very little and hold up much better than Calvin Klein boxer briefs that cost three times as much. I realize it's not a brand that's going to impress a trick. I can live with that.
2xist briefs with the pouch. very comfortable. Good fit. I've got low hangers so a tight brief can make me queasy.
Oh, and stay away from that Mario Lopez brand. I bought some in Century 21 and they fell apart after three washings.
a grocery bag and a shoelace!!!
$25 for one fucking pair of underwear!
You people are flat out fucked in the head.
Penncrest at JC Penney
If I wear any, they'll most likely be AussieBums - especially the ones with WonderJock.
Growing up, my mother bought Jockey, Hanes or Penney's house brand for me, my brother and my father.
Flash forward to the present. A friend of mine brought Hanes underwear for her grandson. When she opened the package, she noticed that the briefs lacked an elastic waistband.
She took the briefs back to the store for a refund. The clerk sighed as she issued a refund; it was not the first time that day that she had to issue a refund. The clerk sighed again and said she remembered when most of the clothes that her store sold was American made and usually had the union label sewed in
I think Hanes briefs are okay for everyday wear. I think they last as well as most of the others.
Now what I will not buy again, because they don't last, is Penneys briefs.
Banana Republic briefs are (or used to be) superb. Quality cotton and fit better than anything else I've tried. I have a few pairs that have lasted several years.
I find that Calvin Klein underwear are far superior to any other underwear brand I've ever worn. Well-constructed, supportive, sexy. Nothing else even comes close.
If you don't live near one, I'm sure you can order online. I don't swear by everything this store sells, but the boxer briefs are cheap and astoundingly comfortable. They also come in a mind boggling array of designs. I get simple dark gray, light gray, and black. Awesome.
Done the CK thing -- too expensive, not as comfortable as Uniqlo. Christ, I think they're 2 for $9.90 or some shit?
Cocksox, as advertised on Sirius' OutQ.
I have not worn any underwear at all in at least the past four years.
If you don't count Ciaran's comment, it took 42 posts before some queen loudly proclaimed his revolutionary commando stance. Is this a new record for the DL?
Unico makes great underwear for package presentation and coverage without looking like a complete sleaze. I have been given lots of 2xist, but they are a bit skimpy for my muscle butt. My bf likes to buy me gitch.
I wear Calvin's briefs for the soft cotton and nice texture, they really are the best. Jock straps for packaging allignment under dress pants and under shorts in the summer, boxers at home as shorts, and boxer briefs most days for the gym under shorts to keep the big piece from hanging out and the whores from falling off the treadmill.
I am Italian. Love myself in underwear and have hundreds of pairs. Cheesy but no one complains.
I only go commando under sweatpants. Decency concerns. I like it like that.
I call 2(x)ist y-back thongs my "party pants".
Underdaks from Australia for the best comfort.
Hanro of Switzerland
Yall are so stereotypical, unless you are joking. Just wow.
What is stereotypical about liking your body and how your underwear feels and looks? Don't you enjoy yourself r48?
Everyone has a different idea of sexy, but most men like women in underwear,(lingerie) and most gay men find others pleasing in something or other. Sexy does have a bit to do with what lies beneath... All fun, no rules. I would give up all underwear for world peace.
Are you someone who says, "Nobody sees it, why would I care?" Or do you only approve of loincloth? Whatever you like is fine son.
Say it, don't just call names.
When Eric von Stroheim was directing Foolish Wives in '21 or '22, he ordered monogrammed silk underwear for his cast who played aristocrats.
When a studio executive questioned his extravagent spending on something the audience would never see, von Stroheim said the underwear was necessary so his actors would "feel more like aristocrats."
Don't wear cheap underwear. It shows.
The Costco undershirts are thick, but too warm for use in summertime in the American south.