And if you want more, check out my other blog post featuring a Papi underwear photo shoot video.
In my book, the defining characteristics of Papi Underwear are the brand’s many daring low-rise styles, both within the briefs and trunks categories, as well as the wide choice of fabrics, including mesh, nylon/spandex, and of course the usual cotton blends.
Papi is a proud producer of thong underwear for men
As was the case with the 2(x)ist underwear fashion show, Papi dares to publicly show even the more controversial styles, including thongs. And I have to say that even though I am not usually a big fan of thongs, there’s something about the styles shown in the video below. Maybe it’s the wide waistbands that make the thongs less skimpy to look at? Well, it could also be the fact the underwear models, who are wearing them, are fitter than greek gods :)
If you like great print or color designs for your underwear, don’t go for Papi.
When it comes to underwear design characteristics, like color and prints, I can’t really point to any major strengths or weaknesses. Papi experiments with both print designs and basic colors, but excels at neither, in my opinion. But then again, that doesn’t matter because many of their underwear styles don’t need a clever print pattern of bright colors to look great on your body.
Another positive point to make is that Papi underwear is reasonably priced with a pair of nice-quality briefs setting you back around $16.
Robbie Williams in Papi briefs
Before we get to the fashion show video, I’d like to mention a fun fact about Papi underwear. If any of you guys are Robbie Williams fans, you may have noticed that in the video for the track “Come Undone”, Robbie is actually wearing little more than a white pair of Papi briefs. Thank god we have British celebs like him and David Beckham to promote nice-looking mens briefs :)
Watch both the Papi underwear fashion video and the video for Come Undone below.