Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Marek + Richard Launches new "Game Boyz" Collection


Get into the game with Marek+Richard's latest selection inspired by classic arcade themes.The Game Boyz Collection features an electro-funk color scheme with front to back color blocking. The digital side piecing makes the seams pop, and the clear M+R tag adds a final touch of electronic detail. As always, the underwear features a contoured pouch that stores your JOYSTICK in just the right place. Get yourself a pair before it's GAME OVER.

Here's some eye candy from the shoot with adult models Jake Genesis and Seth Knight for your enjoyment.






Sunday, March 17, 2013

Crazy Saint Patrick's Day Sale at Big Boys!

In honor of Saint Patrick's day, from now until March 20th (when we all sober up), Big Boys is offering a special 3 for 2 deal.  Buy 3 multipacks and get them for the price of 2.  Check it out, these won't last long!  Note, this offer is only available on green, white, and orange undies (you know, Irish colors!).  

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Brief Boys Review K'Mando Pouch




Pouch
K'Mando
Avg. $20 US


Brief Boys Mitchell and Patton try the “three-chambered design” that holds your anatomy and “feels like nothing at all.”


Patton: I’m going to be frank and up front about this one. This is not clothing. This is a sex toy.

Mitchell: Well, I did manage to wear it for a day, but I can see what you mean. Honestly though, this is more functional than I thought it would be. I expected to put it on and immediately hate it, but I didn’t. The terrycloth material was extremely soft and comfortable. It was nice to be able to wear a pair of jeans with the sensation of going commando but without the scratchy feeling you get in a man-on-denim scenario. But it does have its obvious drawbacks, the largest being that it’s totally impractical. It takes several minutes of fiddling just to be able to put it back on, and I couldn’t imagine having to do this in a public restroom several times per day.


P: Fiddling, or reattaching?

M: The second drawback is that the fabric, while somewhat stretchy, isn’t nearly stretchy enough. Depending on a man’s physical makeup, the “one size fits all” approach is not going to work unless the fabric is far more flexible.

P: I’m pretty sure it’s just a sex toy.

M: And how did that work out for you?

P: Let’s just put it this way: the longer I tried to stuff myself into it, the less likely it was to fit. This isn’t something to wear to the office, or even to the bar. This is something to wear if you’re not allowed to touch yourself.

M: It is pretty snug on there, isn’t it? I expected that it would slip off, but it stays on securely.

P: Through all kinds of activities.

M: If you can actually manage to put it on.

 FIT /  Poor
 COMFORT /  Good
 STYLE /  Average
 QUALITY /  Average
 VALUE /  Average

 BOTTOM LINE /  A fun idea, but one size does not fit all, or even most.


Friday, March 08, 2013

Georgia Dude Reviews Good Devil's Net Jockstrap

Georgia Dude in his Good Devil Mesh Jock.
Hello guys! It's been a while. Today I'm reviewing the Good Devil Net Jockstrap. Now, I must admit that I'm relatively new to the world of jockstraps; I didn't get my first pair until back in October/November. I've come to really enjoy them. Also, I must admit that I don't work out (like, ever), so I'm extremely thankful for high metabolism. Anyway, here you go...

Talk about scandalous! Good Devil has taken what is already a barely-there style and made it even more "airy," as it were. When I first received this pair in the mail, I admit I was quite taken aback. Even I, who enjoys the more scandalous of underwear selections, was hesitant to attempt this pair. But I have given them a try and must say that I don't mind them. Here's the breakdown:

Fit:  As far as fit goes, the Good Devil Net Jock fits just like any other jock. However, once you get past the jock-esque style, you will notice that the pouch is significantly smaller than most. In fact, the pouch has just enough space for "the boys" and nothing more. That's because this jock is definitely not meant to be worn as a protective piece but rather as a way to "spice things up."

Comfort:  This jockstrap is especially good for the man who likes the "barely there" feel. In fact, this jockstrap is the closest to commando I've ever been while still wearing underwear. It literally feels like I have nothing on. The mesh pouch makes it seem like my "boys" are just "hanging loose." (Forgive me for the cheesy word choices). And, of course, there's the typical jockstrap open back. The only negative thing I have to say is that the straps can become a little tight by the end of a long day, but nothing extremely uncomfortable.  

Style:  This is the first mesh material I've ever worn, so I can't say much as far as that goes. This jockstrap is available in four colors:  red, black, blue, and white. The Good Devil logo is displayed on the black waist band in the same color as the mesh material. 

Value:  This jockstrap goes for $21.00 on the Good Devil website. Personally, I can't see paying $21.00 for a garment of such little fabric.  If it were cheaper, say around $15, I would definitely put forth the money and buy more of them.

Overall, I give the Good Devil Jockstrap a score of 9 out of 10 based on the following criteria:  
Fit:  10/10 - nice "airy" feel
Comfort: 9/10 - only because the straps get a little tight by the end of the day
Style: 10/10 - vibrant color, simple design
Value: 8/10 

Saturday, March 02, 2013

New Photoshoot from Petit-Q - Eye Candy


You know it, you love it, Petit-Q - the hot collection designed by French power-couple Arthus & Nico (link NSFW).    Well here's some hot new photos from a shoot by Allen Zaki featuring model Benjamin Godfre.  This hot shoot was done in LA.  I know I'm itching for the warmth when I can wear something as skimpy as this collection, but for now these photos will have to tide me over.  You can get Petit-Q at their online shop, and check out the behind the scenes video of the shoot on YouTube.  




Friday, March 01, 2013

What to Wear to the Gym?

Hey, it's me again. The least model-esque writer on this blog. But I'm back, and I'm still on my quest to lose my belly. I'll never be as rail-thin as UMan, but I don't have to be twice his size, either. Just an update - as of this week, I have lost 34lbs from when I started tracking last summer, and I am about to hit my first-stage goal. Now, if only I could wave a magic wand and make that stubborn, beastly muffin top disappear overnight...

Anywho... So we opened a new wellness center/workout facility in my little corner of nowheresville, and I've started working out a few times a week. My running pace is crummy compared to where I left off last fall, but it feels good to stretch my legs, even if it's just on the treadmill. I haven't worked with weights in years, so that's nice, too.

What that brings me to is this: What does an average joe wear to work out in? And specifically, what kind of underpants does one wear for running? I've asked UMan this, and he's one of those sickeningly thin people who doesn't have to work out, so that was a bust. So I'm going to talk about three pairs I have recently worn to the gym, and how they worked for me.


First is a Calvin Klein jockstrap. I have had this one for years, and it is the only "street" jock I own. It is mostly cotton, but it is wicked comfy (although it may not have enough room for someone as gifted as UMan). As far as workout wear goes, it does the job, and it didn't get all sweaty. I think I could like working out in jockstraps like this, if I had more of them. What do you gentlemen wear for running undies? Do you, O Reader, have any recommendations for running jocks that don't cost a fortune?

Second is a pair of UnderArmour 6" BoxerJock. These are entirely synthetic fabric, and they have a ventilated pouch. I like these, especially for running outdoors on a cool day. I wish they actually made my basket look like the guys in their ads, but I suspect I haven't got enough "padding" for that. I think I'd rather wear a jock more often than this pair, though.

Third is a pair I just got recently - a Jockey Sport H-fly trunk. The fabric makes the same claims as most athletic underwear - form-fitting, sweat-wicking, and so on. They feel nice, and I really like the way the H-fly pouch holds my bits, and makes my bulge look. They're good, but nothing super-spectacular in terms of workout wear.




So... What are your recommendations for undies for running? For gym wear?