Back are the #10 Jocks from Meyer at Jockstrap Central

When I saw my email today I was like NO WAY. I thought the #10 jock was gone forever. I spoke to Jockstrap Central about it over email. They told me they didn’t know if the new company, Meyer, bought Bike. It was unknown if they would continue making the infamous jock. I guess we have the answer

This is what Jockstrap Central says:

Incredible news! The Bike #10 Jockstrap is back just with another name. Seriously. It’s the Meyer Original Bike #10 jockstrap and it doesn’t get more authentic than this. Even better is that we’re offering them at introductory pricing: They’re 10% off until June 20th.

Here’s the scoop:

Meyer was the licensed distributor for Bike in Europe and dealt with the Bike Factory directly. When Bike stopped producing their jockstraps, Mayer stepped up to the plate and approached the Bike factory to start re-producing the original Bike jockstraps for them using the exact same sizing and specs. As mentioned, the only thing different is the name. Size, style, fit, fabric and even the label are identical except where the BIKE logo was there’s now a new MM (for Meyer Marketing) logo. They even have the same manufacturing number: 7110!

Honestly, it doesn’t get any better than this. This is the classic sports jock that started it all, the one you love for sports and THE jock to have for all your sports fetish play. It’s the epitome of masculinity with it’s full 3 inch wide waistband, moisture wicking contoured pouch and sturdy leg straps to keep everything in place.

The new #10s are available in both white and black and in sizes small to xlarge with one minor exception: Meyer messed up and instead of sending us the white Meyer Original Bike #10 Jockstraps in size small, they sent us the old Bike Vintage Throwback #10 Jockstraps in small – which is crazy as we thought all the Throwback Jocks were gone long ago (more on this below).

Go to Jockstrap Central to find out more about the Meyer Jocks.

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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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