In this week’s Throwback Thursday pic, we are revisiting Jockey’s famous “Five Alarm Jockey” ad from 1998 where firefighters stripped down to their briefs.
Today’s Throwback Thursday Ad dates back to 1983. The ad features three men celebrating after what seems to be a football win in Fruit of the Loom undies.
For today’s Throwback Thursday pic, Munsingwear shows us that that the debate over boxer versus brief is one that has fiercely raged on for quite some time.
For this week’s throwback thursday, we found an image of a pretty long underwear pouch, if we do say so ourselves. Aren’t you happy for better fits today?
In this week’s throwback thursday pic, four men wearing Wolsey underwear show us the true meaning of male bonding: weight lifting on the beach in undies.
For this Throwback Thursday, we are looking at a vintage underwear ad from Munsingwear from 1973 that describes the underwear as explosive. Do you agree?
For today’s throwback thursday pic, three friends with really great hair head out to play tennis in nothing but their favorite, colorful Jockey two pieces.
One word comes to mind when looking over vintage underwear ads from the 20th century: bizarre! From homosexual undertones to a Mother Mary look-a-like presiding over a man in red, mesh underwear, vintage underwear ads are a long cry from the underwear advertisements of today.
Happy Throwback Thursday! Today we are opening up the vault to the funktastic 70s for an underwear campaign by British Bulldog, LTD for its printed range.
It’s Throwback Thursday on The Underwear Expert. We are looking back at vintage underwear photos for Jockey featuring veteran baseball player Jim Palmer.
The Nut Bra Chonies will get some laughs once your pants come off. With 13 witty saying and matching prints, these are sure to be the life of the party.
In the United States, the NFL has become synonymous with Fall. Whether you like the Broncos or the Vikings, show your fandom with these NFL underwear picks.
Today’s pic for Throwback Thursday takes us back to the 1920s/30s where models were drawn wearing Fruit of the Loom. The other major difference? The prices.
Today’s Waistband Wednesday selections feature waistbands from Andrew Christian’s Tighty Whitie Punked, Ginch Gonch’ Superhero, and Calvin Klein Micro X.
In today’s Throwback Thursday, we look at a 70s ad for a brand called Unusual Underthings. The mesh underwear in this ad takes us to funky town and back.