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Let’s gear up for the weekend by feasting our eyes on these newest introductions by GUB favorite, N2N Bodywear.
Made of 90% rayon / 10% spandex for great softness and stretch, the American underwear maker offers their brand new Vintage Underwear in seven different styles, including a jockstrap, g-string, slingshot, bikini, brief, trunk and boxer, each designed with an enhance contour pouch for added support and fit. Every piece is individually pigment dyed for a unique vintage look and feel.
And just before we move on to the pictures, here’s the basic information you need to get your hands on these hotties: A Vintage brief is $23 USD and you can get that and the entire range of other Vintage cuts over at www.n2nbodywear.com.
Have a great weekend, guys – and enjoy the pics.
Guys! The time has come for us to take a closer look at the all new 2013 underwear, swim wear and activewear ranges just launched by one of our favorite American brand, N2N Bodywear.
N2N has been dropping teasers from the new collections the last month or so, and we have gathered a bunch of pics giving you a glimpse of all the items.
N2N has long been a top-of-line producer of singlets, and this season we are especially in love with the latest addition to this category, the Cotton Sport Wrestler. It’s $60 USD.
Also, the new Tritech collection from the activewear category. These second-skin designs looks absolutely awesome. The Tritech runner, pictured below, is $40 USD.
There are so many more breath-taking undies coming but for now we’ll let the pictures do the talking.
Check it all out over at www.n2nbodywear.com.
One of my favorite Asian underwear brands, Groovin’, just announced the release of their brand new Groovin’ Thong.
The brand states that the thong is the result of pure design innovation that integrates the support of a brief in the front with the sensual silhouette of a thong in the back.
Thongs are a rare sight here on Guys’ Underwear Blog, but the Groovin’ guys have convinced me that this one epitomizes sensual masculinity.
What do you guys think of it? At just US $15 it might be worth a try…