Monday, February 26, 2007
Sunday, February 25, 2007
Saturday, February 24, 2007
Friday, February 23, 2007
And as an added bonus aimed especially at UB readers, Jameswinston Co. will be extending their valentine's deal until the end of the weekend.
Thursday, February 22, 2007
Wednesday, February 21, 2007
Monday, February 19, 2007
Sunday, February 18, 2007
I sampled the buzz jockstrap. Before I talk about how it felt and how it fit I just want to preface that with the fact that I have never before worn a jockstrap so I really don't have any prior experiences to compare it to. I am very jockstrap illiterate you might say, which you may find odd considering that I know so much about all other types of underwear. But everyone can learn more about things, even the experts (including underwear experts).
The jockstrap fit quite well, the straps fit on quite well and after an initial adjustment (i.e. putting it on) they did not need any re-adjusting throughout the day. I have heard people complain sometimes about the straps of a jock twisting up during the day, but these did not do that. My only complaint about the fit is that the straps were a little tight (they did stretch out a bit though after some wear), this may be that I have never worn one before, but I have noticed with other DT underwear that it fits a little small. So keep that in mind when buying, you may want to buy a size up.
The comfort was great, other than the initial getting used to a jock it was fine. It really is a nice feeling to be completely supported up front and completely free in the back. This jock also has a great feature that allows for great comfort. This feature is the fact that it has a decent sized pouch that allows for one to be flaccid or erect without pulling the straps or the pouch out of place, thus readjustments are never needed. According to Wikipedia (under the Fashion Jock section of Jockstrap), this style of pouch is known as flopper. This may be incorrect, but as I've said I'm jockstrap illiterate, so correct me if I'm wrong. The point is: the pouch not only allows for comfort while flaccid (if it only allowed for comfort while flaccid it would be called a microjock, or so I've read) but it also allows for comfort while erect. So two thumbs up on the comfort.
The style is what really sets this jockstrap apart. Most people may have the preconceived notion that jockstraps are only meant for sports. That is wrong. This truly is a fashion jock, I'm sure it would support just as well in sports as an athletic jock would, but it is really meant to be a fashion statement. The waistband is the normal width of most underwear and the leg straps are much thinner than those of athletic jocks. Also, as I previously mentioned, the pouch is large enough to be comfortable when accommodation is necessary. In fact, the way these look from the front (without seeing them from the back) they could easily be mistaken for a tanga or an athletic brief (the kind with no sides). Also, one of my favorite details of this jockstrap is a tiny logo tag on the center of the back of the waistband. This little detail really adds a lot to them, especially since the back of the waistband has a tendency (as all jockstraps have) to ride up over pants due to the fact that it is not held down in any way in the middle, and thus the logo detailing shows. DT clothes' jockstrap is really very stylish and will help bring an extra (and unexpected) punch to your underwear wardrobe.
Just like all other DT clothes underwear, this jock is of great quality and is well worth the price.
Overall, DT really gave me a great first experience wearing a jockstrap as daily underwear and it was so good that I would not hesitate to do it again.
Overall, I give the DT Clothes buzz jockstrap a total score of 9 based on the following criteria:
FIT -- 9 (out of 10)
COMFORT -- 10 (out of 10)
STYLE -- 10 (out of 10)
QUALITY -- 10 (out of 10)
VALUE -- 9 (out of 10)
Saturday, February 17, 2007
What’s next for Tulio?
Red is going to be like black was in the 90’s - it’s popular to wear bright colors now. I go to the remote beaches of the world to search for design ideas, and I see less and less black.
How do you define “sexy”?
Sexy is not about what you wear or what you put on your body, it’s who you are and how you feel.
Not everyone looks like a model. What are your suggestions for everyone else who wants to look good in their underwear?
It’s not about what you look like at all. Fashion and sex appeal mean wearing what makes you feel good. You don’t have to look like a model to look good in the clothes that you wear.
For the full interview, visit blog.mensunderwearstore.com.
Tulio really has some good things to say, especially the part about how you do not have to be a model to be sexy. This is very true and I think everyone can apply this to their lives.
Friday, February 16, 2007
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
A little tip for your Valentine's evening or post-Valentine's fun:
The Bulge - The Bulge is a discreet, flexible-web insert that creates an impressive, realistic package enhancement in swimsuit or underwear. It fits securely over the penis like a codpiece, giving a guy greater visual proportions without anyone ever knowing his secret.The large head and thick shaft will cling discernibly to most fabrics, even when wet. The product's flexible material allows it to move naturally. Well suited for the pool, club or the locker room. The Bulge's poly-vinyl mesh material is waterproof and machine washable, and keeps its form with extended use.
Tuesday, February 13, 2007
-Style: Drawstring brief
-Who to give this to: Great for the conservative guy who likes a little something unique but still wants something classic. These briefs can be adjusted to be as tight or as loose as your man wants.
-Price: $17.00 at Freshpair
-Valentine's Spin: This brief is very versatile and looks good under pants or by itself. It can even be worn to the beach if you're daring (it is very similar to a speedo).
Monday, February 12, 2007
-Style: Stretch Cotton Trunk (2-pack)
-Who to give this to: These trunks exude class. Any man who loves high-end underwear and designer labels will love these Ralph Lauren trunks. Ralph Lauren isn't just an underwear designer, he is famous for all his other fashions. So even if your man isn't into the whole underwear scene, he will still recognize the quality and designer appeal of these undies.
-Price: $36.00 at Men's Underwear Store (be sure to sign up for an account to benefit from Boxer Bucks!)
-Valentine's Spin: Two for a reasonable price that will not break the bank, but with the designer name your man will think you did.
Sunday, February 11, 2007
-Brand: Papi (I cannot find an official website)
-Style: Modern Stretch Low Rise Red Brief
-Who to give this to: These briefs but the class in classy. I've just had the opportunity to try them out and they are silky soft (official review coming later). These briefs are perfect for the classy man or really anyone else who wants to be classy.
-Price: $22.00 at Mensuas
-Valentine's Spin: This silky fabric and this revealing style will look and feel great on your man.
Saturday, February 10, 2007
-Style: Low-rise briefs
-Who to give this to: These briefs are classic and retro but also have a lot of sexy in them. They are super low-rise, so get them for the guy who likes his comfort and style but also is not afraid to show off.
-Price: $25.50 - $27.00 (shown - Devil Red, $25.50)
-Valentine's Spin: The softness of this fabric will feel great to him and you. You'll want to help him take them off.