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4 Different Mens Underwear Styles

July 04, 2017 2 min read 0 Comments

<center>4 Different Mens Underwear Styles</center>

There are now many types of men's underwear that are available in the market. If you’re like most guys, you probably don’t put much thought into your underwear. Fashion aside—you should care about the feel. The feeling when you slip on a pair of a comfortable underwear, you’ll realize you’ve been keeping your package cooped up for years.

Let us talk more about 4 different men's underwear style, materials used, pros and cons of using it.

1. Brief
This style, also known as Y-fronts, slips, jockey shorts, and is the most common of common underwear style. Classic brief holds the wearer's "package" in a fixed position which makes briefs a very popular choice of underwear for men. The materials used in Briefs are mostly 95% Cotton and 5% Spandex. As when it provides total cover, back, and front, while leaving the legs exposed, this style might not be the funkiest, but it is one of the more comfortable. We always need to pick the right size too so there's enough room for your manhood. Tighter briefs though may cause in lower fertility.

2. Boxer Shorts
This is also known as loose boxers. Why do you think it was called "Boxers"? It was so named after the shorts worn by boxers! This comes with a variety of styles but boxer shorts are characterized by the loose fit. The materials used in Boxer Shorts are mostly Cotton, Modal, Polyester, and Spandex.Boxer shorts are comfortable with a lot of room and can move freely, however, you might wanna think again if you're gonna use it when playing sports. 

3. Boxer Briefs
From the name itself, it is simply a hybrid of boxers + brief undergarment which is long in the leg. A normal boxer brief covers about half of the thigh but many boxer briefs now cover about a third. This has been called "one of the greatest apparel revolution of the century". The fit makes them ideal for workouts and sport as it helps prevent chaffing. 

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Available in the Surf The Web Blue and in Boxer Briefs and Brief 
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The Must-have is one kind of a Boxer Brief that is made out of 95% Bamboo Viscose (like Modal) which is 4x softer than cotton. T-Bê Must-have has a soft, flexible waistband which is strong enough to hold your package and soft enough to not leave marks or feel uncomfortable. 

4.Trunks
Trunks is a hybrid like the boxer briefs. The only difference of a Trunks from a Boxer Briefs, with boxer briefs the legs, are longer and they extend farther down your thighs. With trunks, the legs are shorter and squared off. Trunks are favored and normally used by a person into sports, especially swimming, boxing, and track. Materials used in most Trunks Underwear are Cotton, Spandex, Silk, and Polyester. Trunks can be worn with almost anything provided with a full support and coverage but can accentuate portly figures. 



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