Ergowear Really Means Men’s Pouch Underwear

Armando Adajar is behind the camera for this photo shoot. His models wear Ergowear, and anyone unfamiliar with the brand will pick up on their best selling point. Known for being the leader in ergonomic men’s pouch underwear, their looks have some seriously flattering fronts. They are made with a 3-dimensional pouch designs, so expect the sexy set of photos to jump out at you (sort of).

The sleeker underwear designs—that ditch the Ergowear waistband—are from their FEEL Collection. These pairs are made from a soft microfiber blend. Their shapes even molds to your wearing habits. Sleek around the back and appropriately bumped in the front, the FEEL Collection is flattering and polished. The pairs seem to have molded to the models exceptionally well. You don’t need thick glasses for this 3D.

Other looks in the photo shoot have that recognizable Ergowear waistband. It gives those pairs a sportier appearance simply by being so bold. Waistband or no, both collections are appealing in different ways. No matter your type of guy, he’s an Ergowear guy. (Too bad he can’t be an Ergowear model.)

Have you discovered ergonomic underwear yet? Which Ergowear underwear style from this photo shoot is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.

For more information on this brand: Ergowear

Photo Credit: Armando Adajar

Models: Shawn Alexander, Xavier Sanchez



2 thoughts on “Ergowear Really Means Men’s Pouch Underwear

  1. anton kucinski says:

    Ergowear Max is my favorite. Many so-called ergonomic pouches crowd me in front yet leave everything swinging and flopping side-to-side. Ergowear Max keeps the side-to-side drama under control, gives the boys a comfy hammock, and leaves plenty of room in front for the ebb and flow of life.