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Monday, February 28, 2011

Enhancing Underwear is All the Rage

Cocksox Enhancing Jock
The term “junk in the trunk” isn’t just for the ladies anymore. Now more than ever, it is easier to fill out your derriere, supersize your package, or even give a lift to your nether-regions with the help of an underwear enhancement. In a recent survey on, they asked customers how they felt about the underwear enhancement movement: 33% of men said that they would be open to trying this kind of underwear, while 26% revealed that they like enhancement underwear and already wear them. The underwear enhancement revolution is upon us! 

Here at MUB we've definitely seen just how true this is.  With an increasing number of brands offering enhancement options like Andrew Christian and C-In2.  In fact some brands exclusively specialize in enhancing underwear like Big Boys Pants, Obviously, and Cocksox, just to name a few.   There are many different "technologies" out there to help you get a bigger profile from padding, to slings, to specially cut pouches and everything in between. 

So here at MUB, we want to hear from you.  What are your thoughts on wearing enhancing underwear?  Would you wear them every day or just for special occasions?  33% of men surveyed said they would wear them, are you one?  Or maybe you're one of the 26% that already does. 


Anonymous said...

Been wearing enhancing styles for a few years now....started with N2N and have since tried Andrew Christen, Joe Snyder and K'mando. While I like them all, N2N is by far my favorite and gets into the weekly rotation for both the briefs and thong. Primary reason N2N wins is comfort, really soft material in the underwear and enhancing elements.

C-IN2 is next on my list.

Anonymous said...

Have recently started to wear them. Feeling and comfort is VERY important. Have tried N2N (poor quality stiching but good confort), C-IN2 (very confy, but the strap can be ackward at time), Obviously (comfy and soft) and Andrew Christian (the Bamboo fiber is Wonderfull!).
I suggest anyone to try them, I would start Andrew Christian and Obviously.
One suggestion: Price must come down, if they are to become as widely used as an undershirt... LOL