This week in men’s underwear gave us many fluorescent and neon colored looks. From Bodyaware’s meshy and bright pieces to Papi’s exotic and wild tiger print, this week was the boldest one yet. Not only were there fun colors to discover, but every type of underwear cut was represented in this week’s new arrivals. Read below for our roundup of this week in the best of men’s underwear, November 21 2013.
Abercrombie & Fitch’s Johns Brook Boxer Brief collection introduced us to some very fun and brightly colored striped boxer briefs.
Alpha + Omega went super low this week with the Low Cut Brief collection, these tiny briefs cover just want you need, and show off everything else.
Baskit’s Simple collection comes in two styles, briefs and low-rise briefs and a rainbow array of colors
Bodyaware presented us with two super neon inspired collections. The Network Brief and Teardrop Mesh collections shine brighter than the Las Vegas Strip.
Calvin Klein’s 2-Pack Microfiber Hip Brief is a great option for last minute stocking stuffer ideas.
Flint and Tinder had a cool new update this week with the KS1 Sport collection, which is a response to the brand’s customer comments and suggestions.
Jac5’s Tommy Trunk collection is also an update on the brand’s trunk, complete with a brand new laser cut waistband.
Jor went all bold and beautiful on us with their Pop collection which consists of four themed series including the colorful Halloween, Surprise, Peacock and Amazon ranges.
Papi killed it this week with not one, but three new releases. This includes an update on their Instinct collection and a brand new silhouette found in their Chroma 3D collection. The Miami based brand is also introducing a Sock range for the very first time.
Pistol Pete’s Aero collection keeps summer alive with its brief, mid-cut and runner Patriotic colored styles.
Under Armour helps you keep the cold out and the warm in with their evolutionary Evo Coldgear collection.
Photo Credit: Papi, Flint and Tinder, Bodyaware, Baskit, Abercrombie and Fitch and Pistol Pete.