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In this set of photos by New York photographer Andrew Werner, model Adam Cook shows off the very different two sides of Tani. In greater detail, the richness of the fabrics are shown in full effect, while the shape of the underwear remains simple and clean. The photos features the Tani Fresh Cooling Performance boxer brief, Everyday Silktouch Contour brief, Air Fitness Contrast brief, and more.
Each pair of underwear by Tani is made up of the softest fabric combinations. The Tani Fresh Cooling Performance boxer brief ($40) is made from 68% Japanese polyester, 26% superfine Cupro, and 6% spandex. It has moisture wicking properties, sure to keep you cool and dry during strenuous workouts.
The Everyday Silktouch Contour brief ($40) is made with Micro Modal Air, a fabric that is lighter and finer than silk. The Air Fitness Contrast brief ($40) is made up of 95% superfine Micro Tencel, a fabric that wicks away 50% more moisture than cotton. Along with the fabric, the three dimensional structure makes this underwear the most efficient in keeping you dry.
Check out Adam in Tani in the photos below. Which style is your favorite? Let us know in the comments or by tweeting @underwearexpert.
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Photo Credit: Andrew Werner
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