Sunday, March 02, 2008

New brand: Obviously

Obviously for men is billed as "anatomical underwear." You may be wondering, 'what does that mean?'. Well obviously underwear is quite different from standard underwear; instead of a pouch, obviously feature a pocket. This keeps your stuff separate from the rest of your body, so if you are one of those guys who is concerned about sperm count and temperature down there, this is perfect for you. The pocket also allows everything to hang naturally while still supporting everything. So if you are into sports, you might want to give these a try. The undies are made of super-soft and silky modal mix fabric, so you will be sure to be comfy all day long. They come in two styles, a boxer brief and mini-brief. Both styles come in black, white, blue, or red. Also, the waistband features the Obviously signature logo with the male arrow rising out of the second 'o'. I think that this is a really unique idea that has potential to be amazing. I have not tried them out yet, so if you have, let us know how they work. You can purchase Obviously in black or white at DeadGoodUndies or you can purchase all the colors at Obviously's official website.

33 comments:

Nick said...

Was just looking at these yesterday. Pretty interesting.

Anonymous said...

You can get them in the USA at www.bunsnbriefs.com...they are so comfortable

Anonymous said...

Are they enhancing too?

UMan said...

in terms of padding or slings, they are not enhancing. But since they do life and hold your junk separately, there might be an enhancement factor.

Anonymous said...

What I like about them is that when you slip them on, your junk just slips into the pocket/pouch on it's own, it's a very weird (but nice) feeling (like putting on your oldest favourite t-shirt, it just fits you perfectly)

Anonymous said...

These things are hot...just bought a pair...I am ordering these fromnow on. So comfortable and hold all the goods in place

Anonymous said...

I just got my two pair from DGU today. Amazing, someone has finally figured out how to make ultracomfortable pouched briefs. These will be great in the sweltering Summer months ahead, because the micromodal and thinness of the material will whisk away the moisture, leaving the body parts dry and comfortable. Because of their ultra light fabric used these would be great for travel and cleaning in a hand sink, to dry overnight on a towel rack or hanger.

Anonymous said...

i just had a look at their new website, its been updated. It looks like they're bringing out low rider briefs and boxers soon!

Anonymous said...

Fellas - they are comfy in summer - as someone who likes to go free - these were great during our aussie summers when I was wokring some long days....very comfy.

Looking forward to the low-rider kind which aren't avail.

J.

Anonymous said...

I have six pairs and love wearing them. They are cool, comfortable and seem so right - as the name says, "obviously". It looks from the website that they are trying to develop underwear for girls as well; I wonder what a pair of anatomically correct girls' briefs look like?

Paul

Hagar said...

FINALLY! Something that gives you support and still is VERY comfortable!

As a man who has a "package" slightly larger than average, I need both support AND comfort! This product give me that.

Will probably never buy any other product in the future!

Anonymous said...

Hagar i totally hear you there, its a bit of a nightmare trying to get comfy undies if your slightly larger than avg. Ive been thinking about these but at £16 each im not sure which ones to go for. I usually have to wear briefs to support my bits cos i find loose boxers uncomfortable. Does anyone know if the Boxer Brief version of these has really gud support like a brief?

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Hi
The Boxer Brief version gives great support for the goods!

Anonymous said...

I just ordered. Ever since E2U folded up shop I've been searching for something that would support with COMFORT.

I looked at the Skiviez with the different pouch sizes, but many of the review comments said they didn't feel any difference between pouch sizes.

Also looked at the new XOVER and ordered one of these, which seem to have a good sized pouch. Plus they were half the cost.

Now we will see which ones fit the best.

PT

Anonymous said...

I'm wondering if the feel of the pouch is essentially the same with the brief or the boxer brief? Is one more support than the other? Or are they essentially the same. Wondering which style to try.

Anonymous said...

I've been an E2U user since they began and now, with their demise, the garments are wearing out. I just put on a pair of OFM briefs a few hours ago and am a new convert. They are even more comfortable than my remaining E2Us and do a better job of isolating parts from legs - no sticking or squishing between legs. They don't seem to "lift" but do put your stuff out from your body enough for extreme confort. Pricey, but I'll be placing another order today!

Anonymous said...

These are the most comfortable things ever. Expensive but worth every penny

Anonymous said...

I just bought my first pair of these white boxer briefs last week. I have to agree with the comments on here - they feel great. I love the way they look on me, very masculine. I found that I didn't slip right into them the first time, but once I had my whole package comfortably settled inside the pouch I realised that there was nothing like them. They are also great for long drives - I didn't have to adjust myself once because the pouch keeps you forward with no creeping under your thigh. Now I want to try the briefs. One thing: I bought a size larger than I normally would. I was worried they'd be too big but they are a perfect fit. TM.

activ64 said...

These will be the most comfortable pair of underwear you ever wear! They finally hit the mark when it came to comfort with these. The only one fault that I find with these are the durability. They are NOT a durable pair of underwear. I just bought 6 pair and one pair already has a hole near one of the seams. If they can somehow make the material more durable then they would be worth every dollar!!!

NGR said...

I agree... great design, really comfy, but NOT durable. I already have holes in 2 of the 4 pairs I purchased !

Anonymous said...

Having worn E2U in the past and now Cin2's i'm anxious to try out the Obviously for Men briefs. They look great! I hoping they're as confy as they look. Just ordered my first two pair so we'll see!

Anonymous said...

They look very comfortable

Anonymous said...

how much support do they give down under

Keith said...

Just bought a pair of the full briefs. I find that they run a bit large...wear a medium. It fit nice but I think that a small would be a better fit for me.

The pouch is comfortable and supportive, even with the medium. Played tennis, went running and worked out in them on different days, and they are supportive, feel good and didn't chafe or irritate. Going to try out some of the other briefs/boxers and see how they compare.

Anonymous said...

how does the sizing go for this underwear? should you buy a size smaller or bigger?

Anonymous said...

they are the most comfterable underwear i have ever worn

Anonymous said...

Me thinks Anonymous may work for "Obviously" , just a guess.

Anonymous said...

They don't last. Had a pair that I wore less than 20 times. Hand washed only. Material is weak. There is a hole starting in the front where the horizontal and vertical seams come together at the bottom of the pouch.
They feel great and are very comfortable. But for what you pay for one pair and to only have them last a couple of months just ain't worth it.

Anonymous said...

These are incredible. Im a fairly big boy between the legs and these are the most ample, comfortable briefs Ive ever worn.

Steve26 said...

I'm another former E2U guy who's fallen in love with the OFM briefs. SO comfortable! These outshine the 100% cotton E2Us, which used to lose their shape and sag over the course of the day.

I think these are especially good for big-balled men, as the support and separation from the thighs is really exceptional. Appears my days of feeling miserable and sweaty "down there" all summer may be behind me. :-)

As far as durability: I worried about this initially, as one of my first pairs of briefs started to tear at one of the side seams. However, this hole hasn't gotten any bigger, and I am still wearing this pair 7 months later. I have about a dozen other pairs of the briefs, none of which are having any durability problems.

Other bigger men should definitely give this product a try ... you won't regret it!

Anonymous said...

Bought one pair of trunks... won't buy anymore. Although the modal fabric is VERY comfortable, the style is definitely NOT for guys who "tuck up". The pocket fits your shaft only; your balls never stay scooped in and they get squashed back up against your thighs like any old conventional underwear. Then there's this weird poorly constructed seam on hte underside of the pocket that bunches up between your shaft and balls that DOES NOT LOOK FLATTERING. NO WAY NO HOW. Looking for enhancement? Forget it... buy yourself some CLEVER, UNICO, or even COCKSOX. You can't beat those.

Anonymous said...

Like the last guy, I find the pocket too small for my balls. But the fabric feels great. Elastic and gives everything a nice swing when I walk.

Phil from NZ said...

Smooth - just been to hot climate SE Asia and wore for three weeks in hot tropical weather...only two days where was just tooo hot to wear these great smooth and very comfortable undies...Not for the smallies thou as there would be tooo much material loose otherwise..average to large should only apply. Am now converted and have been looking for this type of fit for years...the comfort totally outweighs any "do I look sexy in these" thoughts...althou they look good anyway...Size is about right for western builds...