September 1st marks the beginning of Blue September otherwise known as prostate cancer awareness month. Equmen, the underwear brand that produces products that helps men be their best has joined aligned itself with the cause.
Emporio Aramni All Over 3D Eagle Stretch Cotton print has an update this season with new colors.
If you don’t own a kilt, Croota Tartan is the next best thing. Inspired by the Highlands, this classic Scottish print comes in two updated colored plaid patterns, brown/sky blue and carrot orange/ denim blue.
Mckillop Yuca collection looks like it was inspired by Mckillop’s recent move to Mexico because they are brightly decorate with an exotic floral print.
The guys from down under bring another great piece to their collection with the Alpha + Omega Memphis brief ($21.99).
Björn Borg has set its sights on planet earth by introducing Björn Borg Attacks.
Marking the beginning of Fall, September is the perfect time to dust off those tents and get back to nature by taking a camping trip in MeUndies Teepee.
Teamm8 super low brief is great for the athletic man because it shows off the male physique’s greatest attributes but still holds support in all of the right places.
With 90 years of experience under its waistband, Brazilian underwear brand Lupo has cultivated their brand as a leader in the seamless underwear niche. We have the exclusive on some of their most prominent pairs and what everyone is or will be wearing soon.
Portuguese underwear brand, Impetus knows what it takes and how to design the most comfortable underwear on the market, and their Impetus Seamless line is their most comfortable yet.
Mosmann makes it their mission to create underwear that look good and make you feel better. The brand’s passion is apparent in their Mosmann M series with 10 pairs of trunks and two pairs of briefs that have amusing prints and a perfect fit.
America’s one and only 100% American made underwear brand celebrates the nation with the Flint and Tinder Heritage Collection.
This time around, the HO1 collection has some stylish upgrades with modern patterns and designs.
Why play with blurred lines when you can enjoy a timeless pattern in 2xist Chevron collection. Designed with the iconic zigzag chevron pattern 2xist has incorporated the design into three stylish cuts with six color palettes to choose from.
Umasan prides itself in being a vegan high fashion label that injects a healthy lifestyle into their garments. Using human and animal friendly resources, their pieces end up with an Avant-Garde feel, making them a perfect collaborator for HOM.
Most guys own a pair of men’s briefs, and for good reason. Men’s briefs are the most trusted and popular style of men’s underwear and come in a variety of different rises, designs and variations. They cover your entire backside and package, but leave the upper thigh and side of the leg exposed making them comfortable to wear under just about anything. Men’s briefs are perfect for guys who need support and prefer to keep everything in one place but don’t care for the excess fabric found in boxer briefs, boxers or trunks.
Originally sold in 1935 by Coopers, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois as an alternative to the backless jockstrap, men’s briefs quickly became popular for their simplicity and comfort. Today, there are more styles of basic briefs than ever before: bulge enhancing, butt enhancing, low, mid and high-rise, moisture wicking, etc. Men’s briefs are also available in an endless array of colors, fabrics, styles and unique designs.
As the most popular style of underwear for men, men’s briefs benefit from a huge selection of pouches. Due to the cut of the brief, the pouch in the style is more pronounced than in a boxer short, boxer brief, or trunk even. A contour pouch is the most common among men’s briefs, but hang-free and profile enhancing pouches are common as well. You’ll see these pouches in other styles of men’s underwear, but the effects of a specialized pouch will be most noticeable in men’s briefs.
Men’s briefs aren’t simply the tighty whiteys you grew up with, but an ever-evolving fashion industry staple.