Archive for the ‘Trunks’ Category
Adrian is back as our preferred Friday entertainment!
This week he lures us all into a fantasy of summer, beaches, warm sand and a backdrop of physical beauty and gorgeous swim wear and underwear. And it’s fine by us – we long for summer days like this.
The underwear portraied below are by brands such as PPÜ, ZYLAS, Candyman and Clever. The swim wear styles are all by Vuthy. All are available here: greatdealsdist.com
Modeling these wonderful undies and swim briefs is the very fit, Daniel González. And if you’re wondering the location of the shoot is Tenerife, Canary Islands – a place of eternal summer bliss.
Enjoy guys and have a great weekend.
Fu and his team of photographers and underwear models have been very busy this fall, and before we even realized it we had multiple unpublished photo shoots in our inbox.
So we’ve been doing our best to gather all the sexy promo pics in one major post for your enjoyment.
The photo shoots include Halloween themes and “regular” photo shoots by some of the best photographers in the business, including GUB favorite Vaughn Stewart.
Take a moment to enjoy the beautiful artwork and ditto underwear and head over to FUunderwear.com to browse the briefs and trunks from the pics below.
Have a great weekend guys!
A new photo shoot by the one, the only Adrian C. Martin is ready for you guys to admire!
We don’t need to make much of an introduction. We are sure you are familiar with his work by now.
This time around he is working with underwear model, Bruno Miranda, and the brand supplying the undies is JAM Underwear.
We are pretty confident you’ve heard of JAM before – they have close to 100,000 fans on Facebook!
Enough talk, though, enjoy the pics and have a great weekend!
Today we zero in on the BILLY style which got propelled into the spotlight about a month ago with new hipster styles in a variety of colors.
Introduced under the provocative statement “men are just sexual objects to be abused”, the new hipster styles is a classic trunk, very much in line with its brief counterpart, featuring a very slim (close to non-existing) waistband as well as color-contrasting piping and pouch lines. Overall this style has a quite 80s vintage feel to it (you should check out the many flowery print options), with a modern day roomy, bulge-accentuating pouch.
This is a 90 % (Australian) cotton / 10 % elastane, this is a pair of undies for guys who like a no-nonsense fabric mix for their underwear.
Just as the Original Classic brief, the Billy brief is very affordable. It’s just $15.67 USD (The hipster style is $17.23 USD).
We love it!
Adrian C. Martin is an unstoppable force in the world of men’s underwear photography! Today’s model of choice is the highly photogenic David Castro.
As no one else he shoots men’s underwear like no one else, and this week he’s got he’s lens st on a brand called JUNK Underjeans, a brand which is totally new to us here at GUB.
For your information, JUNK offers a variety of styles, with briefs starting around $21 USD.
We need to try these out…
A little over a month ago we introduced you guys to a new Canadian men’s underwear brand; Garçon Model!
Now they are back on the blog with more great pics. This time it’s male underwear model, Buzz, is sporting Garcon Model “GM” white trunks. And he is rocking them!
Remember, the typical pair of Garçon men’s briefs will set you back in the area of $28 USD. Check out the entire range, which include briefs, trunks and boxers, over at www.garconmodel.com, and see more pics here: www.flickr.com/photos/garconmodel/
As always – enjoy!
Stand on top of the world everyday with your mountain-inspired underwear from Croota Australia. Influenced by the day and night ambiance of the Australian Snowy Mountains, Croota has recently released its “Snowy Mountain” range of lo-rise trunks.
For guys who enjoy a delicate design, a white pair was developed to symbolize the daytime atop the Australian Alps with a blue snowflake pattern and deep blue piping complete with a blue and silver waistband. And for guys who like high-contrast patterns, a blue indigo pair was developed to represent the nighttime elements of a winter snowstorm. This pair offers a white snowflake pattern with red piping along with a red and silver waistband.
The hipster style “Snowy Mountain” range features a square cut with a lo-rise fit, and the light yet durable fabric serves as your second skin!
Both pairs are made with 95% cotton and 5% spandex and retail at $19.90. For more information about Croota Underwear, or to make a purchase, please visit www.croota.com.
Enjoy the pics.
I think we all understand that different occasions call for different underwear. I often wear Hanro when I want to look polished and Gregg Homme when I’m feeling a little dirty. When I am in a rush, 2xist is a no-brainer and, when I’m in weekend mode, I’ll often reach for John Sievers. The choice goes beyond how any of these briefs fit, look or feel, though. As corny as it may seem, I have some sort of emotional connection with them.
When I tried on two new styles from an Australian company, Marcuse, I didn’t really feel much of anything. I can describe the products: the Marcuse Ultra Brief and the Marcuse Ultra Boxer; both are made of good quality cotton with a small amount of spandex; the styling is attractive, with solid colors, contrast piping and a subtle logo on the waistband. The Ultra Brief is uncomfortably low, especially in the back, and did not seem to mold to my body. The pouch also felt really small. The cut of the Ultra Boxer actually resembled that of a traditional brief and, in contrast to its bikini counterpart, was comfortable to wear to work and while working out. Beyond the facts, though, there wasn’t much feeling. Although the Ultra Boxer and Ultra Brief have good features, for whatever reason, I just did not respond to them.
The best analogy I could think of is an unremarkable first date. The date may be nice and attractive, and have many good qualities, but for whatever reason, I don’t feel much of a connection. Wearing the Marcuse styles was like one of those first dates. Although the Ultra Brief and Ultra Boxer are “fine,” I do not imagine taking the time to get to know them better.
|Style and look?||Very low cut bikini brief and trunk-style underwear with subtle, mature styling.|
|Suitable for?||The Ultra Boxer would be comfortable in most environments — going out, at work or at the gym; the Ultra Brief is suitable for the office or another environment where you are not particularly active.|
|Fit and quality?||Low-cut; good quality 95% cotton/5% elastane blend. The Ultra Brief fit nicely, but the pouch on the Ultra Brief is too small and is cut unreasonably low in the back.|
|Is the price right?||The Ultra Boxer costs AU$19.95 ($18.90 U.S. dollars) and the Ultra Brief costs AU$17.95 ($17 U.S. dollars), which seems reasonable given the fabric and styling.|
|Best thing about it?||Handsome styling.|
|Overall grade||Ultra Brief ★★☆☆☆
Ultra Boxer ★★★☆☆
|Buy it here||www.marcuse.com.au|