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So a few weeks back a photographer by the rockstar-like name of Gavin Harris sent us the results of a recent photo shoot he did. And it was just stunning. You can judge for yourself below.
Besides the impressive artistic level exhibited in these photos, they attracted our interest since every single brand of underwear (N2N, ES Collection, CURB, Modus Vivendi, James Tudor) featured in the photos is one of our favorites. What are the odds??
The shoot is labeled “The archetype” and features male fitness model Dan Francis. If you wanna find out more about Gavin Harrison, check out his Facebook page over at www.facebook.com/GavinHphotography.
…and when we say massive, we mean it!
So many pictures have been submitted to us by Andres and his team that we have to split them into two separate posts.
We couldn’t really cut any of the photos from the final blog posts. There were just too many good ones featuring an abundance of our favorite brands, such as Andrew Christian, Aware Soho, Ginch Gonch, Jake Joseph, James Tudor, Joe Snyder, Marcuse And PPÜ Underwear.
Of course the pics were shot by Andres, but we always make a big deal out of letting you guys know about the model, too.
Enter Carlos Gonzalez – a beautiful man with this statuesque and attractive body. He’s 23 and measures 1.80 and was born in Cadiz (Spain). A real man’s man, he’s a motocross fan and has great qualities to make it big as a model. This is his debut working for Andres Ramirez.
Enjoy the pics guys!
At Guys’ Underwear Blog we love introducing our readers to a variety of brands that they may not have heard of previously. So today, we’re happy to tell you about James Tudor – a UK brand known for its unique underwear designs. Here are our reviews of two of them.
Button Fly Brief – John Tudor took a unique spin on the low-rise brief style by adding a functional fly with three branded metal buttons right on the front of the pouch. No other brand that we know of has this feature.
The comfort and sex appeal of these briefs are enhanced by the thin fabric (90% modal and 10% elastane) on the sides and back. It can be slightly translucent, so if you like this effect, opt for a white pair. Otherwise, choose black. The front is constructed of two layers of the fabric for added durability and assurance that the pouch won’t be even be the slightest bit see-through.
I’m absolutely a fan of how the fabric feels against my skin and like the unique detailing with the metal buttons. It bears mentioning that the buttons are solely on the exterior of the fly, so you can’t feel them when you’re wearing the briefs.
Personally, I could use either a fuller seat or more secure elastic to prevent any sliding up. But other than that, I think these are a good choice for a guy who wants an expensive-looking brief that’s both unique and tasteful.
Button Fly Boxer – These boxer briefs are the longer cousin of the Button Fly Brief. They’re made from the same fabric and are also available in black or white. An additional detail that the boxer briefs offer is the James Tudor logo on the front of the left leg.
The front contains double-ply fabric along the area that a pair of briefs would cover, but the legs and back are single-ply. So the legs and back are translucent, especially in white.
My verdict on these is that they’re even more comfortable than the briefs. If you’re a fan of boxer briefs, you should check these out.
|Style and look?||Briefs and Boxer briefs with a functional fly that has three metal buttons.|
|Suitable for?||Suitable for everyday wear.|
|Fit and quality?||Both pairs fit well and are well-constructed from comfortable material. Some guys may want a fuller seat on the brief.|
|Is the price right?||The Button Fly Brief sells for $34 and the Button Fly Boxer is $36. This is on the pricey side, but it’s in line with the unique styling.|
|Best thing about it?||The uniqueness of the fly with the metal buttons.|
|Buy it here||jamestudoronline.com|
Our good friends over at James Tudor just sent over some sizzling new promotion pics featuring some of their best-selling briefs and boxer brief cuts.
We first introduced you to this very stylish British brand last year where they stormed onto our radar with their pop-inspired collection comprising of bright block colors, bold waistbands and unique detailing.
Compared to last year, there’s even more good news since the price of James Tudor undies seem to have have gone down. These days the hot retro brief that you see modeled by Kyle below will set you back no more than $22.
We find this to be a fair price to the level of quality that we are dealing with here.
Enjoy the pics and check out the entire range over at jamestudoronline.com.
Happy Good Friday, guys!
Today we’ve got a real treat for you to kick off the weekend with.
Things are heating up this summer with quintessentially British men’s underwear brand, James Tudor. This is definitely one of the more interesting brands we’ve seen this spring with its pop inspired collection comprising of bright block colours, bold waistbands and unique detailing.
A key feature is the introduction of several completely new styles ranging from the edgier Retro Briefs to the more traditional Placquet Brief. This season also sees the introduction of the Battalion Crystal Brief, with its crystal embellished waistband and button detailing.
Each style throughout the collection exhibits innovative and sophisticated designs and attitude, we think. Especially the buttoned pouch design is quite fresh.
Fresh comes at a price, though, as a typical pair of James Tudor briefs is a whopping $36 USD. But hey, if the quality of the undies matches the price we would have no problem paying a premium.
See the whole collection at www.jamestudor.co.uk.