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More About C-IN2
C-IN2 (pronounced: “see in 2”) is a men’s underwear brand founded in 2005 and headed by Gregory Sovell, former creator of 2(X)IST. C-IN2 Underwear’s mission is to continue the evolution of the best underwear on the market today.
In recent years, C-IN2 Underwear has become recognized for its sexy underwear collection that features striking colors and a wide variety of styles. These styles include: low-rise briefs, boxers, boxer briefs, trunks, thongs, jockstraps, crew neck T-shirts, V-neck T-shirts, tank tops, sleeveless T-shirts and long johns.
Since its inception, C-IN2 Underwear has introduced breakthrough “technologies” to its designs. If you know that you’re a “grower” or a “shower,” C-IN2 Underwear makes a pouch size to accommodate different sizes and shapes of the male anatomy in the Personal Fit Factor collection. C-IN2 Underwear also creates innovative fabrics such as the Grip range, which features a high performance moisture transport that transfers perspiration from the inside to the outside of the garment.
Each season, C-IN2 Underwear updates its collections with the most fashionable colors and color combinations. The brand’s collections include:
- Pop Colors and Stripes
- Hand Me Down
In 2010, the brand was acquired by a new entity, C-IN2 Clothing Company Inc., based in Montreal, Canada. Sovell continues as creative director. The venture allows the brand to expand into new categories and product lines.