Archive for the ‘Bacode Berlin’ Category
So, back in May we featured some very artistic and inspirational underwear photos by the talented photographer, Andres Ramirez.
Now Mr. Ramirez is back – this time featuring the up-and-coming 20 year old underwear model, Abraham Arasa, from Spain. With industrial Madrid as his backdrop, Abraham shows off well-known brands such as Modus Vivendi, Barcode Berlin but also new (to us anyway) brands such as 3G, Monami by Misanzuri and NIT.
Even thoug Abraham’s ultimate dream is to be a firefighter (which is honorable) we think he should wait a bit a grace a few magazine covers in the next few years. The world would be a happier place, we’re sure.
Enjoy the beautiful pictures, guys. And visit www.andres-ramirez.com to view more.
It’s friday and thus it’s time to gather some underwear inspiration for the weekend. And we found some high-end underwear photos that will suit that need just perfectly.
Photographer Andres Ramirez recently shared with us a set of photos from a photo shoot featuring male underwear model, Juan Jesus Ortiz, an attractive model of Madrid, Spain, 28, who obliviously was a perfect choice for this artsy shoot with his apparant virility and sensuality.
One thing is the model, another – and more importantly – is the featured undies, which ALL are on our favorite list, including Andrew Christian, Barcode Berlin, Modus Vivendi, Punto Blanko and Todd Sanfield.
Ok, guys – it’s time for the presentation of the last, but not least, nominee for title of Brief of the Year 2012 – the Corporal Jay Brief by Barcode Berlin.
Of course, there could be little doubt that this brief should be nominated as it bares MY name (Jay)!!
We kid, we kid.
It just so happens that this is an absolutely wonderful brief that we had the chance to try out a couple of weeks ago. As a brand, Barcode Berlin is very exciting European newcomer, but certainly one that has plenty to offer in terms of sassy designs and loads of cuts, including briefs, trunks, singlets, jockstraps, and so on.
Actually, the Corporal Jay Brief is one of Barcode Berlin’s more toned down undies. But we just can’t help but love the low-rise look, the distinctive piping, as well as the ribbed 95 % cotton / 5 % spandex fabric mix.
It’s comfortable to wear and seems durable – in terms of cut and fit, it certainly does hold up nicely after several washes.
So if you’re looking for a fresh, European, classy-looking brief that’s not overly expensive we believe the Barcode Berlin Corporal Jay Brief is an excellent choice. The brief is just $25 USD and you can get it over at www.planet-undies.com.
If the Barcode Berlin Corporal Jay Brief is your choice for Brief of the Year 2012, then simply cast your vote in the poll below. Remember to also sign up to our newsletter at the top left corner of this page to take part in our Brief of the Year 2012 giveaway. Once the vote is over we will send off a pair of the winning undies to five lucky guys.
Remember, voting ends at tonight at midnight, pacific time!
Guys, the time has come where underwear fans like you and us must determine what pair of briefs is the absolute best on the market right now!
That’s right, it’s time to cast your votes so that we can find out which brief that will be Guys’ Underwear Blog’s official Brief of the Year 2012! Last year this great honor went to the 2(x)ist SLIQ brief.
Over the next 7 days we will introduce all the nominated briefs. These include 7 of the hottest-looking, best-fitting, superbly produced briefs available at the moment.
Which brief will win is entirely up to all you guys. All you have to do is cast vote in the poll below.
You even get the chance to win your own pair of the winning briefs!
We will be giving away a pair of the winning briefs to five lucky guys once the vote is over and the Brief of the Year 2012 has been chosen.
All you have to do is sign up for newsletter up there in the top left corner of our site. We will then randomly select five winners once the vote is over. If you win, we will contact you using the e-mail address you provide when signing up for the newsletter.
With that settled, we move on to a presentation of the nominees!
The briefs nominated for this year’s Brief of the Year award are (in completely random order)
- aussieBum Man Brief
- Jake Joseph Classic Brief
- 2xist Military Sport Brief
- N2N Performance X Brief
- Teamm8 Block Brief
- Es Collection Modal Open Fly Brief
- Barcode Berlin Corporal Jay Brief
If you already know which one to vote for, simply do so now using the poll below – and don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter in the top left corner of the site, to make sure you participate in the Brief of the Year 2012 giveaway.
Below the poll box you can get an idea of what each of the briefs look like and where to buy them. And don’t forget, we will be introducing each nominated brief in detail over the next 7 days. The poll will be open for 7 days as well.
That’s it! Cast your votes now.
Nominee #1: aussieBum Man Brief
$23 USD – www.aussiebum.com
Nominee #2: Jake Joseph Classic Brief
$35 USD – www.jakejosephco.com
Nominee #3: 2(x)ist Military Sport Brief
$20 USD – www.underbriefs.com
Nominee #4: N2N Performance X Brief
$27 USD – www.n2nbodywear.com
Nominee #5: Teamm8 Block Brief
$34 USD – www.teamm8.com
Nominee #6: Es Collection Modal Open Fly Brief
$58.50 USD – www.escollection.es
$25 USD – www.planet-undies.com
So bare with us with this post, as the focus of the Barcode Berlin photo spread below is actually their new sock ranges, “Football” and “City”
But they are clever, these Barcode guys. Because they put the socks on male underwear models wearing sexy (and skimpy) underwear and sportswear. We love the wrestling singlet!
Indeed with these pictures, Barcode Berlin manages to persuade us that socks can be sexy. And appropriate, too.
Winter is coming. If you’re like the rest of us who like to run around the house in just our underwear, these new sock lines might be just be the perfect accessory for those days when it gets a little chilly, even inside.
Check out their entire underwear range – and sock range – at shop.barcodeberlin.com.