Puma men’s underwear has an interesting history to it. Puma has made a name for itself as a sports shoe company, but in recent years the athletic brand has become a major player in the world of men’s underwear. The key features of Puma men’s underwear are high quality fabrics and cuts appropriate for athletic activities.
Via UndieFan my attention was directed at Puma’s new 2010 men’s underwear designs, which introduces some funky colors. I especially like how they’ve combined darker colors with bright neon-like rubberized font prints on the waistbands.
Puma’s Active Leisure Low Rise Brief features a fun little detail, a small sport pocket on the right hip to store essentials when there just isn’t room for them anywhere else. What would you keep there? :)
According to the product description, the Active Leisure collection features an ultra soft and stretchy waistband with a locker loop on the back with a rubberized Puma logo as well as a lightweight and breathable material (46% Modal/Rayon, 46% Cotton, 8% Spandex/Elastane/Lycra) to allow the brief to move with you.
The brief is reasonably priced at $22. The Active Leisure collection also includes an attention-grabbing blue trunk style at $24.
Both styles are available at online men’s underwear store, Skiviez.
I also noticed that new styles had been added to the Puma Pro-Tech collection including this Pro-Tech Sport Trunk with some cool mesh panels on the sides. If you’re looking for underwear, which is properly produced for sports activities, these might the better choice with their 88% Nylon/Tactel, 12% Spandex/Elastane/Lycra fabric composition. They are priced a little higher than the Active Leisure collection at $28.