The 84th season of Survivor premiered last Wednesday, and as usual the team at The Underwear Expert is eagerly anticipating the epic tests of skill, brains and brawn we’ll be witnessing this season… All the survival talk got us thinking – if we were stranded on a desert island, what underwear would we want to have with us? We made a list of survivor underwear we wouldn’t be caught stranded without. Next time you’re making the flight from Hong Kong to L.A., make sure you pack these 5 pairs just in case. With the right preparation, you too could be yelling, “we have to go back!”
Aussiebum’s PocketJockit Brief ($16.33)
For storing essential items such as a small flashlight or even food, Aussiebum’s PocketJockit brief provides a built-in pocket in the front of the pouch that keeps your goods in a safe place. Made from a soft Supima cotton blend, the PocketJockit brief is available in fun colors such as purple, white and blue. 89% Supima cotton, 11% elastane. S-XXL.
Timoteo’s Classic ($19-$24)
If you’re stuck in the middle of nowhere in just your underwear, you’re better off wearing this camouflage underwear and camouflage body paint to stay hidden while still looking sexy. This range, which consists of different styles such as the Super Low brief, Soccer Jock brief and Scout Boxer brief, features a white contrast waistband with the brand’s logo. 96% cotton, 4% spandex S-XL.
Saxx’s Vibe Boxer Brief ($31.95)
Offering a high performance stretch that wicks away moisture and keeps you cool and dry throughout the day, this selection is made from an ultra soft viscose fabric blend. The boxer briefs come in various colors and looks, including camouflage. 95% viscose, 5% spandex. S-XL.
ExOfficio’s Give-N-Go Aztec Boxer Brief ($30)
If you find yourself stranded in the outdoors, this boxer brief is your top choice since it offers a highly breathable and quick drying option. Treated with Aegis Microbe Shield to eliminate odor-causing bacteria, this boxer brief has stretch diamond-weave mesh fabric and a soft, durable waistband for extreme comfort. It is also lightweight and compact so you can throw it inside a backpack or suitcase. 94% nylon, 6% lycra spandex. S-XXL.
2xist’s Military ($20-$28)
Whether you’re battling fellow survivors or “The Others,” it’s a good idea to stock up on some military apparel and a pair of these stylish no-show trunks, no-show briefs and sport briefs. Available in army green, grey, white and black, this collection makes a sexy statement with its metallic waistband. Plus, the collection is super soft and breathable. 57% cotton, 37% modal, 6% spandex. S-XL.
Photo Credits: 2(X)IST, ExOfficio Aussiebum, Frigo, Saxx and Timoteo.