Inside British Spy Novels

British Spy Novels

My Dear Watson, what kind of underwear do you prefer? The boxer briefs of Bond or the sleek, stylish brief of Hercule Poirot. We’re digging deep into chapters of British Spy Novels to take a closer look at what these detective heroes wear to solve the case. Have no doubt that you’ve hired the right guy, these four spies and detectives will save the world.

James Bond: Our classic British badass, Bond, James Bond knows how to be a world class spy in the utmost fashion. Bond wears a boxer brief from Calvin Klein. The classic look of the Air Micro Boxer Brief is ideal for Bond when he’s on a yacht with his latest love and suddenly has to fight off someone who is trying to kill him.

Sherlock Holmes: Often working freelance for the Scotland Yard, Sherlock Holmes is sure to deduce what’s going on in the latest string of crimes. With his trusty partner in crime, Watson, Holmes is bound to unravel the mystery behind whatever misfortune has happened in England. Holmes keeps things classy and not too flashy in the Black Hip Brief from Wood Underwear.

Inspector Morse: Inspector Morse is a classy guy, with a penchant for all things in good taste. He likes music, art and the finer things in life, knowing that he deserves them for being the top in his field. A true gentleman, Morse knows that the underwear he wears defines his attitude. He inspects in The Brief in White from THE EIGHTH.

Hercule Poirot: This Belgian detective from Agatha Christie knows a thing or two about working in style with his all-too-famous waxed mustache. This stylish man sports a Heritage Clásico Hip Brief in Light Blue from Papi.

Who is your detective alter ego? What do you wear to solve mysteries? Let us know in the comments below or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.

For more information on the brands: Calvin Klein Underwear, Wood, THE EIGHTH, Papi

Photo Credit: Calvin Klein Underwear, Wood, THE EIGHTH, Papi



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