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The first day of spring in NYC is March 20, but the first signs of the season are already blooming. February’s men’s undies showcase an exciting array of energetic colors and airy and breathable fabrics.
Brands rolled out new styles and colors this month that highlight both natural contours and skin tone and just plain make you look like a million bucks. Check out February’s newest men’s undies below and let us know which of the styles puts a “spring” in your step.
Papi’s Space Dye Hanging
This collection of vintage-inspired underwear that features interwoven yarns of mixed colors comes in three bright shades of red, blue and purple. The collection consists of a Brazilian trunk ($24), brief ($20) and tank top ($30).
95% cotton and 5% spandex; S-XL
Clever Moda’s Mayorca
Presented in bright shades of blue, red and grape, this range of briefs and boxer briefs is made from a sheer mesh that gives glimpses of your body in all the right places. Each item is made from a lightweight microfiber fabric and retails for less than $25.
93% nylon and 17% spandex; S-XL
CIN2’s Hand Me Down
An entirely new collection of dip-dyed underwear, this collection offers striking color combinations such as remix red and clearwater teal, buff blue and grass green, and hopeful yellow and dark blue. The range’s sport brief ($24), army trunk ($28), low no-show profile brief ($24), profile brief ($24) and street jockstrap ($18) are hand dipped into a vat of dye so no two garments appear the same.
100% cotton knit, S-XL
Croota’s Traveler Boxer Shorts
This Australian brand’s first boxer short ($23.95 USD) showcases a hip design of colorful images and quirky shapes inspired by outdoor travels. These comfortable boxer shorts include a design of natural images such as birds, huts, flowers and trees.
100% polyester; S-XL
Calvin Klein Underwear’s Concept Cotton
This new collection, which premiered during an unforgettable commercial during the Super Bowl, comes in organic shades such as morning orchid, black cherry and blue heron. The range’s hip brief ($24), trunk ($28) and boxer brief ($28) offer a clean, minimalistic aesthetic and emphasizes freedom of movement.
87% cotton and 13% nylon; S-XL
Hanro’s Fancy Woven Boxer Shorts
Inspired by the brand’s “Secret Garden” theme, these boxer shorts ($49) feature the diverse colors of a lush garden and a relaxed, comfortable fit. The boxer shorts showcase checks as well as stripe patterns in midnight blue check, navy blue check, cobalt blue stripe, fire red check and light silver.
100% mercerized cotton; S-XXL.
Andrew Christian’s Almost Naked
This seasonal collection features limited edition colors of lime, turquoise and pink. The Almost Naked brief ($20), boxer brief ($24), Sports Brief ($22.50) and Air Jock ($24.50) provide extra room in the contour pouch and a hang-free design with no hidden cups or padding. The collection’s comfy features makes it one of the brand’s most popular collections.
94% rayon and 6% spandex; XS-XL
Attempting to bridge the gap between performance-ready underwear and cutting-edge style, this collection comes in bold colors and the brand’s signature, high-performance (X)-Pel Wicking Fabric. The fabric draws away moisture for a drier feel against the skin while providing a superior fit. The no-show trunk ($28) and no-show brief ($22) come in turquoise, poppy red and pro blue. 89% nylon and 11% spandex; S-XL
This New Zealand-based brand updates its popular performance brief ($35) and boxer brief ($40) in bright red and blue. The collection is made from merino wool, which is an innovative fabric that is naturally odor-resistant, breathable, and temperature regulating. Best of all, the wool feels luxuriously soft against your skin.
96% New Zealand wool and 4% spandex; S-XL.