Review – Gregg Homme For Play Briefs

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I’m sad to say this is my last Gregg Homme review. I really love them and their take on undies. The previous reviews were for the Cowboy Thong and Baller Boxer. This time I have the For Play Brief.  Anytime I get to put on a pair of Gregg Homme I always get excited to see what they have done. This pair was no different.

The pair I have today is the For Play briefs which are a fun low-rise pair. The pair  has an interesting V design in front. Meaning, most briefs have a straight line where the waistband is, this one the elastic kinda wraps around you and then continues on to the leg band. It’s a fun design.

The material is similar to that of the Baller Boxer. It was very light and stretchy and conforms to your body and was semi-sheer. I think a bit more sheer then the Baller, but that could be because of this pair was black. The description on the Gregg Homme site is: The FORPLAY brief by Gregg Homme is a classic-coverage undergarment made from an elegant, stripe-textured semi-transparent hyperstretch material, featuring a two-tone folded elastic running diagonally above its center-seamed pouch. The FORPLAY brief has a center-seamed seat for added definition, ¼-ich waistband and Gregg Homme logo tag at back center.

I wore these around the house and errands and then a night out. During the day they fit great. My biggest concern was the pair was would be too low cut and would that bother me?  Luckily it didn’t cause any fit issues. During the day I wore regular jeans but changed into the same jeans I wore out  with the Cowboy Thong review. Being low cut and the low rise jeans were a perfect combo. Not once did the undies show over the waistband.

Sizing with these as I have said are spot on. You shouldn’t have any sizing issues they fit my 36/38 inch waist in an XL. But double check the sizing charts to be sure.

One thing I want to note about Gregg Homme. They make very well made underwear. They are pricy but they hold up. I think every pair I have ever bought is in my line up still. The materials and construction are some of the best in the industry. So when you get a pair you’ll have it for a while, so don’t let the price scare you off. I think the oldest pair is 3-4 years old and still holding up awesome.

Pros:

  • Great low rise design
  • V Front makes it super sexy
  • Amazing Materials

Cons:

  • Pricy for undies, but will hold up over time
  • Semi-sheer so not for the conservative/shy guy

Ratings

  • Daily Fit – 9.5
  • Sizing – 10
  • Construction/Materials – 10
  • Styling – 9.5
  • Daily Performance – 9.5
  • Overall: 9.7

This pair was furnished for review by Gregg Homme. The For Play line has the brief in Black, White, Purple and Grey for $34.95. Also available in a string, boxer and t-shirt in the same colors. See more pics below:

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Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years

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