Tuesday, October 24, 2006

A new "style" of underwear

So this looks like just another boxerbrief, right? WRONG. It's not. It's an all new (at least to my knowledge), patent-pending, design for underwear. It's called the pocket brief (they come in full cut brief and boxerbrief, but really the brief is more of a trunk) by Alio. It contains a revolutionary one size fits all pocket to lift and separate all your junk from the body (photo of inside below). This helps keep you in place all day long and prevents you from "sticking". This may not be an issue for you, but if any of these awful things sound familiar to you, this is the underwear for you. It's great for the active man or the man who does lots of physical labor for his job (plumber, electrician, construction worker, etc.). But it's also quite fashionable too. And my bet is the pouch could enhance your goods. I'm also betting that since it has a pocket for you penis that it will no longer be an issue digging through your pants to thread it through the fly (if you use the fly on your undies). It's received quite a few accolades. So I'd say it's worth a try. It comes in two styles, both in navy and white. And everything costs 14.50. And if you're not satisfied you have a 30 day money back satisfaction guranteed. So why not try it out for that price and that deal? You can find all of this at http://pocketunderwear.com/.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I purchased a pair in june and loved the way they gave me the support I was hoping for. Since then I have ordered 6 more pair.
They're all I wear now!!!

Anonymous said...

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Rich said...

I have looked all over the world for the perfect, comfortable, underwear. I have tried everything. I ordered 2 pair of these and I really do like them. They are true to size. It is nice to sit and have your equipment staying out front and in place while they do enhance your bulge very well. I saw some looks and stares in the gym the other day. No scratching or pulling. No adjustments when you sit or stand. There are only 2 things I don't like: the seams in the back. They rub against the sides of your butt. I don't know why such a unique style and idea can't have a center seam in the back. The other is the weight of the fabric is heavy. Hopefully, after a few washings they will soften up. Try them, I think you'll like them.