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Men’s underwear review: Sexy thongs from N2N Bodywear

We wanted to share with you guys our experience with a couple of N2N thongs from their current collection. We know a lot of you guys like this kind of underwear and N2N really produce some of the best men’s thongs in the business.

Specifically, we picked out the N2N Signature Thong and the N2N Performance X Thong.

Why these two?

N2N Signature Thong
The Signature thong is a proper choice if you’re looking for something a bit out of the ordinary from the fashion thong niche. Made from 90% cotton and 10% spandex it’s suited for all-day wear and everyday purposes.

As you would expect, it comes with the roomy and accentuating pouch design that N2N has become world-famous for. It’s single-ply, contoured with support seam and contrast binding on the sides.

The center Strap is a very comfortable 3/8-inch wide with a sexy triangular cut-out at top.

All in all, this is a comfy, no bull shit thong that tucks everything in nicely, doesn’t chafe, fits like a glove and looks stunning. Final grade can be seen in the chart below.

N2N Performance X Thong
We picked out the Performance X thong for its sublime ability to function as workout underwear. And it really does work well in an athletic setting.

For any pair of undies to make it as a sports-friendly undergarment, it must allow for the skin to breath and wick moist from the body. The Performance X thong checks this box with a lightweight and breathable 96% Micropoly/4% Spandex fabric composition that feels totally awesome to the skin.

And you know you’re like us. Even though you’re working out in the gym or running laps, you want to present yourself at your most impressive. And you can thank the designers at N2N for having implemented the N2N signature nHANCE pouch in this thong. It will neither give you a grossly overstated package nor compress your manhood into nonexistence. It will simply giver you proper support and a bit of lift. Just the way we like it.

A few words on the center strap… It’s a generous 2 inches wide and ever-so-slightly tapered. But again, no chafing. That’s key to a great thong.

And now for the final grades.

N2N Signature Thong

What Verdict
Style and look? Classic g-string thong with accentuating pouch and a center strap ending with triangular cut-out at top.
Suitable for? Everyday purposes and special occasions.
Fit and quality? Great fit, size chart is accurate. High quality cotton blend.
Is the price right? $20 is spot on for this level of quality and production.
Best thing about it? The superb fit and roomy pouch.
Overall grade ★★★★✩
Buy it here www.internationaljock.com

N2N Performance X Thong

What Verdict
Style and look? Sports thong with a clean stylish look
Suitable for? Athletic activites, workouts, running. Even special occasions on hot days when your skin needs to breathe.
Fit and quality? Exceptional fit. Great quality and light weight fabric.
Is the price right? $24 is a very reasonable price for specialty underwear like this.
Best thing about it? The fabric blend, superb fit and the pouch/support.
Overall grade ★★★★★
Buy it here www.internationaljock.com

N2N Signature Thong

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N2N Performance X Thong

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N2N Performance X Thong 1

N2N Performance X Thong 1

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Underwear review: Olaf Benz RED 1365 Neo Brief

By Eric

I love the way that pretty much all Olaf Benz underwear looks.  Olaf Benz briefs hug the body, are cut low and feature distinctly flattering back coverage that I have not seen anywhere else.  The RED 1365 Neo Brief exhibits all of those features, as well as soft, synthetic fabric with a unique metallic finish, color-blocked styling and high-cut leg openings.  Although the look is a little bold, it’s not obnoxious or flashy.  The brief is made of a combination of 90% polyamide/10% elastane that feels good against the skin.

The only criticism that I have is that the pouch felt a little small.  Given the body-hugging stretch of the fabric, the front was slightly tight, even though the brief otherwise fit like a glove.  Overall, the RED 1365 brief is probably my favorite of all of the styles that I tried this year.

What Verdict
Style and look? Low cut brief featuring flattering back coverage and a distinct sheen.
Suitable for? The brief would be comfortable in most environments – but it is definitely a good choice for a date night.
Fit and quality? Low-cut with a comfortable pouch; good quality viscose/polyester/elastane blend.
Is the price right? $22.90 which seems reasonable given the fabric and styling.
Best thing about it? These feel great to touch.
Overall grade ★★★★✩
Buy it here www.deadgoodundies.com

Olaf Benz RED 1365 Neo Brief

Olaf Benz RED 1365 Neo Brief

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Underwear review: Manstore M316 Retro Brief

By Eric

From machinery to mineral fuel and electronics to automobiles, German engineering is in high demand around the world.   While not the largest export in volume, one of Germany’s best, however, is its underwear.  I recently tried styles from two brands influenced by German engineering, Manstore and Olaf Benz, both of which are sold on deadgoodundies.com.  (Although I’ve seen some pieces from Olaf Benz on American websites, Deadgoodundies carries a much broader selection.)  True – there are plenty of briefs from the United States and other countries, made of distinct fabrics and featuring distinct styling, there is something about the German engineering in these briefs that set them apart.

This will be a two-part review starting with the MANstore Retro brief. We will post the Olaf Benz review same time next week. So check back in next Thursday to get our thoughts on this brief as well.

Although the brand name, Manstore, makes me think of a website where I have to confirm that I’m over 18 before I enter, it is actually a well established underwear line.  Their offerings, however, are definitely adult rated.  I tried one of its tamer styles, the Manstore Retro Brief.  The brief features retro styling with contrast piping around the waistband and seams, but the low-rise cut is particularly modern.  The brief also features full coverage in the back.  The combination of the retro and the modern is very flattering.  I wish, however, that the pouch were a little more contoured and comfortable.

The brief is made of a 92% polyester/8% elastane blend that felt a little more rubbery than I would have preferred; although the brief is very light and thin and featured sort of a cool sheen, it didn’t feel completely soft against my skin for some reason.  Also, the color – brown with tan contrast – wasn’t my favorite.  That said, I liked that there was no pretense behind the synthetic fabric other than the sexy look and feel.

What Verdict
Style and look? Low cut brief featuring unique retro styling and a distinct fabric.
Suitable for? Relaxed environments; date nights; being seen.
Fit and quality? Low-cut with a comfortable pouch; good quality polyester/elastane blend
Is the price right? Approximately $41.77 which seems a little high.
Best thing about it? The retro styling updated with a modern cut and fabric.
Overall grade ★★★✩✩
Buy it here www.deadgoodundies.com

Manstore M316 Retro Brief

Manstore M316 Retro Brief

Manstore M316 Retro Brief

Manstore M316 Retro Brief

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Underwear review: Croota 90s Neon Hipster Boxer Brief

By Eric

I’ve been a briefs guy for as long as I can remember, so I was a little skeptical about trying the Croota hipster boxer brief.  These distinctive boxer briefs, however, merit an exception to my policy.  Croota, an Australian line, produces a substantial number of choices, all of which feature bold styling and branding.  I tried the Neon 90s Hipster.  The one detail that made it really stand out to me is the texturing on the back of the underwear.

The boxer brief is made of very smooth fabric, but there are three textured lines on the back, running from the butt to the thighs, which I just felt compelled to touch.  I am sure that if someone else were wearing this boxer brief, I’d feel compelled to run my hands over the smooth fabric and textured lines, too.  Simply put, this boxer brief is meant to be touched.

The Neo 90s boxer brief is made of a smooth 50% viscose, 45% polyester, 5% elastane blend.  The styling is bold with a big CROOTA logo on the thick, yellow waistband.  (The light gray version of the boxer brief features a light blue waistband.)  In addition to the textured lines, there is a graphic and some text on the back, which is also textured, which I thought was gratuitous.

The front pouch is contoured and comfortable.  Personally, I prefer an understated look – especially with respect to the waistband – but for the most part, the boxer brief isn’t so bold that I feel awkward wearing it.  I think that the biggest testament to the boxer brief is that I washed it at the end of the day so I could wear it again.

What Verdict
Style and look? Low cut boxer brief featuring bold styling and texture details.
Suitable for? The boxer brief would be comfortable in most environments – but it is definitely a good choice for a date night.
Fit and quality? Low-cut with a comfortable pouch; good quality viscose/polyester/elastane blend
Is the price right? $22.90 which seems reasonable given the fabric and styling.
Best thing about it? These feel great to touch.
Overall grade ★★★★✩
Buy it here www.croota.com

Neon 90s Hipster

Neon 90s Hipster two colors

Neon 90s Hipster back

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Underwear review: Ken Wroy briefs

By Eric

Are men’s underwear companies the new tech startups?  It appears that way given that we seem to discover a new line of fashionable men’s underwear every few weeks.  Hopefully, we not heading toward some sort of underwear bubble.

Ken Wroy, based out of New York City, is one of the newest brands to set up shop.  The premise is pretty simple: four basic cuts – a brief, boxer-brief, trunk, and another square cut described as “low-rise” – made of a cotton/elastane blend, enlivened with unique patterns.   The underwear itself is made in Colombia.  The shape and fit are familiar and fairly conservative.  The pattern I chose was a little gaudy, but not so much that it would stop me from wearing them in a particular environment.

From what I learned on their website, the people behind Ken Wroy were on a “quest… to break the monotony of boring men’s underwear and make men ‘fashionable all the way.’”  Given the broad range of styles, shapes, patterns, fabrics and looks already out there in the marketplace, Ken Wroy’s quest is a mighty one, indeed!  However, if you are a guy who is used to basic white or black briefs and is interested in trying something new, then adding a bold pattern from Ken Wroy is a safe place to start.

What Verdict
Style and look? Traditionally-cut briefs with distinctive patterns.
Suitable for? Any environment — going out, staying in, at work, at the gym, a hot date.
Fit and quality? Fairly full cut; blend of 94% cotton/6% elastane.
Is the price right? $24 seems a little high, but it’s pretty consistent with market value for stylish men’s underwear.
Best thing about it? The wide variety of patterns.
Overall grade ★★★★✩
Buy it here www.kenwroy.com

Ken Wroy briefs

Ken Wroy briefs

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