The Papi Show Me Collection is somewhat ironically named. The main aspect of the collection’s design is a hidden pattern tucked underneath a bold stripe.Read More
Tani’s sophisticated Everyday SilkTouch Collection goes further thanks to a new color option that rocks a clean-cut pattern across a regal shade of purple.Read More
Taking on the latest trend, Calvin Klein has incorporated ombre into men’s underwear with the limited edition Ombre Dual Tone Micro Low Rise Trunk ($32).Read More
There is something about the neon in this Freedom Reigns collection that we can’t get over. They are cool and sporty, but the colors still pack some heat.
The aussieBum Gladiator Collection is inspired by Roman gladiators, and features what could be the most unique underwear design we’ve seen in a long time.Read More
The Supawear Diamond Dash sounds like a race track featured in Super Mario Kart, and it looks like it is just as much fun! It is styled in blues and pinks.Read More
Men’s trunks are quickly becoming a favorite cut for underwear among men in the know. Why? The cut of men’s trunks is a hybrid of a brief and boxer brief; in other words, they’re boxer briefs with short legs and a square cut appearance. This means you get the same support you get from a standard brief, and half of the coverage as a boxer brief. Technically speaking, men’s trunks utilize a shorter inseam than boxer briefs.
Trunks for men are the most flattering styles of underwear. Perfect for both tall and short men alike, men’s trunks make for a streamlined appearance that frames your hips and package in the best way possible. Covering only the upper thighs and resting below the true waist, they’re both modern and sophisticated.
Trunks for men were date back to the 1930’s. Then, however, though short like today’s men’s trunks, trunks for men were loose fitting like a boxer short. Modern styles are form-fitting like briefs.
Trunks are the ideal cut of underwear for enhancing qualities like rear and package boosting and like briefs, look best when made with a low-rise waistband. If you like briefs but want to try something a little different, you should definitely give men’s trunks a try.