Tease or be teased with the Andrew Christian Nanofit Breeze collection.
Get in the mood with the Jam Mood collection, a trendy color blocking mood that is.
Aussie underwear and swimwear company Teamm8 has been dominating the campaigns with their creative approach.
For their latest season, American luxury brand GANT has taken their inspiration from where it all started.
Mexican underwear brand Jam knows how to have a good time and the Jam Rocks Trunk truly rocks!
Bond’s most popular pair of underwear gets an update. This extremely comfortable trunk gets a number of color updates this season.
The Metallic collection is one of the brand’s best sellers, and you can’t argue with that.
The Bruno Banani Funtastics Thrill collection was designed with copies of x-rayed body parts and is printed on a small scale on the body of the underwear.
French underwear brand, Pull-In has released a special Halloween themed collection just in time for the holiday.
The Hugo Boss Boxer GM collection in solid colors and microfiber fabrics will have you feeling sturdy and put together.
The Bruno Banani Flux line has a flow of vertical lines in three colors and four cuts.
MTV and Swedish underwear company, Bjorn Borg urge you to get it on! These two brands have teamed up to together to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS.
Known for using the newest technologies in fabric, Jam underwear’s stellar Jam Gold collection offers pieces that shape to the body’s anatomy.
Jack Adams as released their latest collection, the Jack Adams Core collection and it is the focal point of their Fall Winter 2013 collection.
Just like its name, the Baskit Light collection is made from the lightest of fabrics, 100% cotton jersey.
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.