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This week has been another beautiful week in underwear! With great weather comes great styles, check out this Week in Men’s Underwear: May 17th, 2015!!Read More
This week has been another beautiful week in underwear! With great weather comes great styles, check out this Week in Men’s Underwear: May 17th, 2015!!
The Underwear Expert recommends giving your Tommy John Cool Cotton looks a bigger role in your warm weather wardrobe. Designed to regulate body temperature.
Mack Weldon’s 18 Hour Jersey is made up of long staple cotton, Lenzing Modal and Lycra. This super soft fabric is considered Mack Weldon’s signature blend.
The Gregg Homme Kasanova Series has several things in common with the legendary charmer, and a design that lands any man who wears it in the same league.
The spring summer season is upon us, your beach body is hidden under a layer of beers and brunch. Its time to dust off those running shoes and go jogging.
Nothing says cotton like incorporating 92% of the stuff into your collection, which is exactly what happens with the Blackspade Tender Cotton collection.
Feeling the need for a relaxing night in? The new Blackspade Comfort Collection is everything you need for a cozy night in, so pop in a movie and get to it!
While many brands lack a collection of comfortable, free-feeling styles, the Blackspade Loose Fit Collection sees no higher purpose for a pair of underwear.
The Blackspade Sport Collection is ideal for guys who like to dress sporty, whether they’re at the gym or not. It includes briefs, tops, and a sporty thong.Read More
The 2(X)IST S/S 2015 Apparel Collection has the same masculine appeal as their underwear designs. The materials and their colors are both casual and soft.
The Blackspade Thermal Sports Collection offers five styles of tops, each one providing different levels of coverage. Each of the tops is moisture wicking.Read More
The crew neck t-shirt is the most popular style of men’s t-shirt. It is a type of shirt that sports a rounded neckline and no collar. They are worn as both undershirts and alone, as fashion items.
The first crew neck t-shirt was manufactured in the 1930’s. It was designed as an undergarment intended to absorb sweat, and allegedly, to prevent chafing from the shoulder pads in football players’ uniforms. The U.S. Navy secured this style of t-shirt as a men’s apparel fixture by adopting it for use in the mid 20th century.
These t-shirts feature short sleeves, and a box cut that hangs over the torso. Many designers have incorporated form-fitting fabrics into the manufacturing of the crew neck t-shirt, however, in order to make the shirts tight and form-fitting. Another popular advancement for the crew neck t-shirt is shape sculpting technology. Ultra-tight and stretch fabric is utilized to reduce the appearance of unwanted pudge and love handles.