Me reviewing a boxer? Yep, it’s happening. Ok, so it’s not your conventional boxer. Candyman is a fun playful line of underwear. So in keeping with their brand this boxer is mostly mesh. It is basically all black mesh (96% Nylon, 4% Spandex) except for some piping along the legs and waistband. The same fabric is used for the pouch. It is made of stretch cotton. The pair I received was a green camouflage print. It also comes in a blue plaid. To be upfront as much as I loved the comfort of this garment I was not too excited about the all day adjusting I had to do while wearing it.
I think this is more of a boxer brief then boxer since its design mimics a boxer brief. The fabric is nice quality. Sometimes mesh can be itchy. Is this one? Nope. Sometimes mesh can be soft be cheap and tear easily. Is this one? Nope. Sometimes piping can be sewn incorrectly and not have stretch. This pair never felt constricting around the legs. Even big brands can mess up piping. One big brand made a pair with piping that I thought was gonna cut my thigh open. I found the nearest pair of scissors and cut the piping. I walked around for a while with just this on. My boyfriend liked the view of my butt encased in mesh but then I had to pull them up as they were slipping down over my bubble butt. Did I get sent a large by accident? After checking the tag (which I had already cut out- ugh- i hate tags.) i saw i had a medium. I know I have been trimmed an inch or more off my waist at the gym. I have also made my giant butt and thighs even bigger. So why are these falling off?
My boyfriend wears boxers sometimes so I ask him, “Is this how these are supposed to fit?” He told me I was just being too picky. (NEWSFLASH: I am always this picky.) I took them off and he tried them on. He was all-confident that they fit fine until he started walking and they slipped down. Ah ha! I wasn’t being picky. So to make a long story short (too late) the issue for us was the size and the waistband. There isn’t a normal elastic band that would cling to your waist. There is only the piping trim. Mesh material is very forgiving normally because it can adjust and cling to your body. Without the waist being tight enough it just hung, drooped and slipped.
Aside from the waistband the quality of the garment is really great. Mesh can be one of the hardest materials to sew correctly. It snags easily in a machine. And surging mesh seams can show mistakes easily. So this seems to be another case of not having the right size. If you are gonna order this to show off your butt cheeks (mesh covered butt is a hot look) get a size smaller than you would normally.
And this is another reason why this bubble butt reviewer sticks to wearing thongs. Maybe Candyman can make a line of fun undies for the big booty fellow. If they do they should call it Bubble by Candyman. I usually like the playfulness if Candyman’s design so I was sad about the poor fit but my misfortune is your gain. Order a size smaller!
- Soft mesh
- Nice Craftsmanship
- Fun Design
- No waistband to keep it up
- Daily Fit – B-
- Sizing – C-
- Construction/Materials – A
- Styling – A
- Daily Performance – C-
- Overall: B
Candyman furnished this pair for review.
Today, I am happily reviewing my first Candyman brand undies; the “Boxer 99004”. I’ve been hoping to review Candyman for a while cause I’ve wanted to know if their quality matches their creativity. I received the sexy fire engine red pair in the mail last week, and definitely had a fun first impression. When I opened the bag at first, I didn’t actually know whether my manly bits were going to actually be visible or not, there was so much mesh netting. Not that I’m against wearing translucent front pouch underwear, but I truly didn’t get it at first. Once completely unfolded though, a pair of quite sassy underwear came into my view. The pair I got to review is a new pair by Candyman, with a front pouch in opaque black, that is set into a fire engine red panel of fabric (you can also get this boxer in a Royal Blue, and a Gunmetal Grey). However, the panel of red ends not soon after as black netting swoops in front of your hips and continues onto the entire back of the underwear, leaving your rear very visible. The boxer is a 93% polyester 7% spandex blend fabric, with a separate pouch cut and a back center seam to contour for the butt. The boxer is a longer cut than you might be used to, I would probably use the term “sport boxer” for the leg length. The black pouch looks to be a fairly standard boxer brief pouch. My worry was about the netting, cause being a seamster myself, I know that some netting just doesn’t have a good amount of stretch to it, so putting the pair on could get awkward. I’ll fill you more in later, but the netting was NOT a bad fabric.
While wearing the pair, I didn’t do too much, but I did run around to do some errands, and felt very comfortable. I wouldn’t wear this to the gym for reasons I’ll talk about later. It is a very nice loungy “bedroom” pair. I could definitely wear this on a date I think was gonna get spicy later…ya know.
I found the sizing on this to be fine. I got a Large size which according to the Candyman size chart is for a 32-34”. I usually buy whatever size a 34” falls under, and I must say, judging by the fact that I’m the higher end of the L range, I could probably wear a medium. Having said that, I am not ready to say Candyman runs large, because I think a lot of the elasticity of this pair is due to the majority of it being made out of a very flexible net. I would say for this pair, definitely you could go a lower size, but I cannot test that fact on all of Candyman until I try other pairs out.
I really like the look of this pair. I mean, I like my butt, people who get to see it do too. I think visually, it’s a really interesting idea, because the front is almost “tame” if I can say that, and then the back is just BAM! My issues are with the wearability of the garment, rather than the aesthetics. Maybe I’ve been spoiled by the whole anatomical underwear revolution, but I’ve never been too fond of boxer briefs that have a pouch that doesn’t actually hug the genitals. What I mean is, my favorite boxer briefs are when the fabric on the outside of the pouch is snug enough that your package stays in the pouch, instead of having things run around elsewhere. The pouch on this pair doesn’t really hold my stuff in place. Because of the netting being so flexible instead of having tension, there’s not too much support UNDER the genitals, so it’s fairly open down there letting some things wander down below the pouch. I think an entirely net back is a bold idea, and it’s a very sexy idea to pull off, but my biggest issues is that the sheer area the net covers takes out a lot of the structure that would be there if a more sturdy material were covering the same area. I must say though, this did help me recover from a fear of mesh in underwear. I bought a pair of underwear made all out of mesh from an underwear company I love, and I couldn’t even get it up my thighs. I returned it for a larger size, and couldn’t get that over my butt, it was the LEAST stretchy mesh I’d ever seen, and I think the pair would have only worked on some twinky butt that doesn’t curve as much. Getting this pair did restore my ideas about using mesh in underwear.
- Sexy look.
- Open breathable construction.
- Comfortable sizing.
- Un-supportive crotch construction.
- Daily Fit: C
- Sizing: B
- Construction/Materials: B
- Styling: B
- Daily Performance: C
- Overall: C+
Candyman Furnished this pair for review.
The pair I am reviewing today is the Candyman 99002 Silver Boxer and there is no other way for me to describe this boxer than fun. Candyman not only produces great underwear like the 9674 Boxer that I reviewed at the beginning of the year, but they also specialize in “Costume” underwear. The Costume Collection ranges from an orange prison outfit singlet (complete with handcuffs) to a fringed cowboy themed boxer.
While the silver boxer is not categorized as part of the costume collection I think it would fall into it because it isn’t really an everyday underwear but sure is fun looking. This pair is metallic silver with a black net/mesh fabric over the pouch and two rear zippers. The zippers don’t serve much of a practical role, as a matter of fact if you unzip them the back panel will fall off, but they definitely add a unique/fresh look to the pair.
I wore this pair this weekend while running some errands and met my friends for lunch. With a 93% polyester, 7% elastic mix, the fit is snug yet stretchy, however, like most polyester it doesn’t breathe like other materials. Because of the snug stretch, I had no actual issues with the legs riding up while wearing this pair. However, if you happen to be lounging in a chair however and leaning to one side, you will definitely feel the seams created by the hard plastic zippers. As I mentioned earlier, this is not an “everyday” pair of underwear but for more “special occasions.”
Now, it’s time to talk about sizing. As spring has just sprung, I am dealing with a little winter weight and am between a 36-38 right now but find that I can easily also go between a large or extra large depending on the brand. My previous Candyman review was on an XL pair which we very comfortable. The 99002 that I reviewed however was a large pair and while the material does have a nice stretch, it was less forgiving than the previous pair that I reviewed. So if you are like me and you are in between sizes, definitely opt for an XL.
One of the areas that I feel could be improved was the zippers. There is no fabric guard between the zipper and your skin; and though I don’t think you’ll be using the zippers often, it is possible that you could catch you skin or hair easily. Also, and there is the easy solution of simply cutting it out, the tag is placed inconveniently in the seam of the pouch.
I would not recommend this underwear for everyday wear but I do not believe that was the intent of Candyman when they created this pair. If you are looking for a great unique pair of boxers for the club or a seaside patio party, these might just be the pair for you.
- Fun and unique style
- Black net pouch
- Elastic provides a great stretch to the boxer
- Polyester does not breathe
- No zipper guard
- Inside tag in the pouch
- Fit – A
- Sizing – B
- Construction/Materials – B-
- Styling – A
- Performance – C-
- Overall – B
This pair was furnished by Candyman.
Believe it or not I have never had a pair of Candyman Underwear. I hear you saying “NO WAY” but I could never fit in them before this year. Candyman is known for making very sexy, fun and erotic underwear. This is not the undies you wear to the gym or maybe even every day. But for a date night they would be amazingly fun to wear. The pair I have to review is the Candyman 9695 Brief. The brief is white with a gold waistband and a kind of lace up back.
I decided to take a chance and wear it to work. How many times have we all bought “date night” underwear and they last about 2-3 hours before its time they come off one way or another. My initial impressions were I may not like this pair. But, I was keeping an open mind. I usually like pairs with a more defined pouch and hoped it wouldn’t bind as the day went on. Also the back is a lace up and open and that gave me other room to worry. As the day wore on the material, 93% Polyester, 7% Spandex, held up pretty well. I wish it breathed more through the day but it really didn’t bother me too bad. After I put them on and my jeans over I forgot I was wearing a more “erotic” pair of undies. Granted that said I wouldn’t wear them to the gym or do anything super active, but for every day wear or lounging they would be fine.
Sizing was pretty good. If you follow their sizing chart you should be fine. Note that the XL isn’t a 38 or 40 but size 36. So this is smaller then American sizes we are used too. So make sure you follow the sizing guide, if you don’t you maybe sorry. The XL fit me pretty well for a 36 waist.
Overall I liked the pair and will definitely wear it again. I loved the gold waistband and thought it set the pair off nicely. There is a big trend in men’s underwear to bring in metallic accents. The lace up back I thought would just drive me insane through out the day really wasn’t noticeable. I will say it surprised me and became one of my favorite features. My biggest complaint is I wish the material were a little more breathable. If you are super active this will not be something you will like.
I will say I’m enjoying trying different undies now that I can fit in them. Candyman will be on my list and this will be the first of many pairs I plan to own from them. I mean it bites when you can’t wear undies you want to try. Candyman just has fun with undies and it shows in their designs.
- Metallic accents
- Lace up back
- Just a fun design
- Not a breathable material
- No defined pouch
- Daily Fit – B+
- Sizing – B+
- Construction – A-
- Styling – A
- Daily Performance – B+
- Overall: B+
Candyman furnished this pair for review.
When the review package arrived from Tim, I was a bit excited because my life has recently changed dramatically (and for the better) with the birth of my first child. I haven’t had time to really think about underwear outside of browsing the new Spring offerings from my favorite brands. When I opened the package and out came the Candyman 9692 Brief also referred to as the “Zip Around Brief” (on Freshpair). My first reaction in a word, was “Wow!” The brief is definitely on the more risque side, and since my only other pair from this brand is the mostly basic, Candyman Jockstrap 9656 I wasn’t prepared for something I’d consider out of my comfort zone. The 9692 Brief comes in White and Black and is available anywhere Candyman is sold online.
Since I knew I wouldn’t be able to get a full day’s wear out of these briefs, I decided to wear them from post-evening workout until my bed time on a night in which I’d be running around the house packing for a vacation to Florida. Given the overall construction of the brief (I will delve into specifics shortly) I was surprised how well it stood up over the 4-5 hours I had them on, while running up and down our stairs to pack. While generally this brief is probably better for “a night of fun” I would venture to guess that you could wear it all day, but as I’ll discuss shortly, you probably won’t want to.
As has been the case with Candyman so far, the 9692 Brief fits fairly true to size to perhaps just slightly larger (American Sizing). My pair was an XL (34-36) and they seem to fit my 36 inch waist comfortably. Since Candyman doesn’t have any gaps in their size chart (L=32-34, XL= 34-36) you may want to size down if you’ve got one of the matching waist measurements, e.g. If you’re a 34 inch waist, get a Large.
The brief itself is constructed with 96% Nylon and 4% spandex. The majority of the brief features what Candyman refers to as a “Modern Mesh” which given the materials used, are fairly elastic and move with you. Unlike most mesh briefs that are micromesh, the mesh pattern on these briefs is large, almost emulating a typical lace design. As if the mesh weren’t enough to put this in the “Erotic” category, twin zippers on both the front fly and covering the crack of the wearer’s butt on the rear send this into another dimension in terms of erotic underwear design. Both zippers are made up of a gold (on the black brief) or silver (on the white) leaf like textiles, and are fully functional. The zippers platform also gives the brief its structure, providing a surprisingly roomy pouch for your boys.
On the whole I like the brief for what it is, and I dislike the brief for what it isn’t. I like the attempt I see with this brief from Candyman. The designed with this brief wanted to adequately marry their fairly standard fare of highly erotic pieces with their less standard, but still readily available practical pieces. It is a goal that I think the designer achieved with the 9692 Brief, which is what makes the pair likable for what it is. There really seems to be a “catch” to this success though, and that is even though they found a way to make a sexy and somewhat practical product, the brief has too many elements that make it unwearable as daily wear, and I just simply can’t get over that. While I stated that this brief had a “surprisingly roomy” pouch, that doesn’t mean I was satisfied. Given the design itself, I knew the pouch was going to be cramped and it still is, it was just less cramped than I expected it to be once I got it on.
Personally this is an extremely difficult review for me to write. While I definitely am an adventurous underwear fanatic (no problem wearing skimpy thongs, briefs, etc) this particular pair is hard to really compare to any of the other “risque” underwear for a couple of reasons. The first is that my mind has a hard time getting over underwear with large sturdy zippers as a part of their design because I typically associate designs with those elements as conducive to an erotic BDSM lifestyle with which I know nor feel nothing. The second issue is perhaps more relevant to the review itself-which is the fact that until now, there really isn’t a pair of underwear I own that I can’t wear all day, including all of the more risque styles in my drawer. I want a brief to be wearable and this one isn’t for daily wear purposes at least.
Overall, while I personally wouldn’t buy the Candyman 9692 Brief for myself, that does not mean it isn’t a good or even great pair of underwear.
- The color options. I love gold on black and silver on white.
- Nice marriage of overtly erotic design, combined with solid construction of a basic look (the brief design).
- Zippers in both front and back can get awkwardly placed while sitting or walking.
- Overall design isn’t quite as inclusive (to a broader customer base) as the “marriage” I talk about above might want it to be.
Ratings (1-10 Scale, 10 is Best):
Daily Fit – 6
Sizing – 9
Construction/Materials – 10
Styling – 9
Daily Performance – 4
Overall – 7.6 out of 10
Candyman furnished this pair for review.
When I received this pair to review, I saw the word “jockstrap” on the packaging and we super eager to try this on. So you can imagine my surprise when I opened it up and found this pair inside. I held it up and looked at it and wondered how it was supposed to go on. This jockstrap has extra straps on both sides. Candyman always comes up with eye catching designs and patterns, and this pair definitely fits the bill. It is available in an array of colors: fuschia, green, orange, yellow, and black.
My day was pretty ordinary. Other than getting up to stretch my legs a couple of times and walk around the office, I pretty much sat at my desk all day. All work and no play, as the saying goes. Which is probably a good thing. This jockstrap is more about fashion than function, and I feel would be more suitable for a spicing up a special night than an intense workout at the gym.
I received it in a medium. Some of the items that Candyman offers can be on the small side, but this actually fit me well. I have a 31” waist, and then waistband sat comfortably on hips.
The striped pattern on the jockstrap is quite fun. Definitely draws the eye to the goods. And the material feels great. A few of the extra straps were pretty loose, which made me wonder how this jockstrap would fit on a guy with a larger or smaller backside. To get the full effect of how hot this jockstrap is, everything needs to be pulled nice and tight.
- hot colors
- eye catching pattern
- extra straps can be a little loose
- Daily Fit – 6
- Sizing – 8
- Construction/Materials – 6
- Styling – 9
- Daily Performance – 6
- Overall: 7
Canyman furnished this pair for review.
The pair I get to review is the Candyman Gold Brief 9694. Before I tried these on, I enjoyed feeling the soft, shiny, satin-like gold fabric with a nice contrasting black waistband and piping around the legs and pouch. The waistband is about 1.5 inches in width with the Candyman name woven within the band in large lettering. The pouch appeared to be held onto the body of the brief by two snaps which I immediately snapped apart to find that my theory held true. The snaps fit directly below the waistband, but above about an inch and a half of fabric meant to be part of the actual brief body. This is my first pair of Candyman briefs and I enjoyed being able to try them.
I went about my normal and routine day while wearing this par. I drove an hour to work, taught a college class, went shopping to several stores, taught another college class, and drove an hour back home to relax. It was a very busy day filled with lots of movement and activity. The pair fit well, stayed put, and was comfortable during my daily routine. This pair would hold up well during normal, routine activity. I would not recommend them for a day of serious activity or exercise.
I received a size large in this brief. This size should cover a 36-38 pant size. Sizing was true to size, but most websites I have seen recommend sizing up with Candyman. However, I found this pair to be accurate and well-fitting.
I liked the shiny gold fabric (97%Nylon, 3%Elastane) as it was stretchy and conforming to the body. The pouch was adequate and should accommodate any size guy without any major issues. The pull snaps were sturdy and added a nice touch to the pair. I really liked the snap off pouch as this could be an extremely erotic pair of underwear for that special night. I only had one dislike about the pair and that was the way the pair actually fit near the snaps. The fabric bunched up and created an odd, sharp angle directly beside the snap. If an additional snap was placed below the other snap, it would alleviate this problem.
Overall, this was a nice pair of underwear and I felt sexy and sexual while wearing them. Candyman seems to be a company that creates underwear to specifically cater to the fun and exciting side of a man. Also, it seems the designs allow for creativity in a guy and how he can express himself other than with just basic underwear. It is, after all, that we have a sexy part of our personality that we keep from the world and only show to our most intimate of companions.
- SLIGHT fit issue with the odd angle created by fabric bunching near snap
· Daily Fit – 9
· Sizing – 8
· Construction/Materials – 10
· Styling – 10
· Daily Performance – 8
· Overall – 9
Candyman furnished these for review.
Today’s Brief Distraction is from Candyman. We brought you the preview last week and thought we should share some of the great pics from the line. Check them out and get some fun undies
The new undies are coming out as we speak. I again apologize for the delay but with the theft of the computer it threw me back a week. But we should have our coverage start up now. Candyman is the first line we will cover. If you aren’t familiar with the brand, they are a sexy and fun brand not afraid to put in zippers, sheer or bright colors. The past years saw underwear costumes, interesting designs and metallic fabrics.
With the exception of the costumes, there brand continues on with tradition. It is a brand not afraid to take risks and make underwear sexy and fun. If you’re shy you may not like but you should always step outside your underwear comfort box and try something new! If you do wear Candyman, boring is not one adjective you would use to describe them!
Here is the current line up for the Spring 2013 collection
Neon colors are one of the big trends in mens’ underwear, the 1980′s are back and in a big way. This is the Neon Thong (9679) and available in the three colors you see; Neon Pink, Orange and Green. Description: Brazilian Thong with wide elastic band at the waist for better fit, has a thin elastic band at the back, the cup has a sensual design with slit at the top, made of a soft elastic neon material with elastic trim up to the back.
Candyman is not afraid to do something different in undies. The Black/Red (9681) thongs is a prime example of that concept. Description: Brazilian thong with a modern and sensual design with braided straps on each side attached to the front and back which are made of a material with bright dots textured, has wide elastic band at the waist for a perfect fit.
Thongs have always been big with Candyman. They are always bright and have a very fun design. This is the Red Thong (9682). Description: Brazilian thong with cup made of a soft elastic material, design with a sensual and cute multiple elastics that goes around the sides, back and waist with small details of hearts around the entire garment.
As I stated earlier, if you’re a thong fan you will love the different types of thongs Canyman creates each year. This one is the 9683 Thong in Black/Blue and Black /Green. It is also available in a Tank 9685 and Trunk 9684 . Thong Description: Thong, with convenient cup made of a soft elastic material with mesh sides, this piece is joined to the sides, waist and back with modern thin elastics printed with camouflage. Composition: 96% Nylon, 4% Spandex. Tank Description: Tank top made in a soft elastic mesh that fits perfectly to the body, has elastic trim in camouflage print as a detail on the front side with two plastic stars that emerge from this piece.: Boxer Description: Boxer made of a soft elastic mesh that fits perfectly to the body revealing sexy areas, the cup has made of a camouflage print material as the trims around the waist and legs. Composition: 96% Nylon, 4% Spandex.
The Jock Suspenders 9686 is another of the Candyman line that is using Neon Colors. You will be seeing a lot more neon this season! Description: Jockstrap, cup and back made of a soft elastic material that comes in different colors, these pieces are joined with multiple thin comfortable elastic bands that pass through the shoulders giving the necessary support.
The Braid Thong 9687 is one that adds a mix of metallic and color. The waistband has silver, gold and the main color Black and/or Turquoise in it. Description: Thong, with a sensual, modern design, back and cup are made in a wide mesh with contrasting color elastic trims for a good fit, waist straps are braided in three different colors.
Jocks continue to be strong in the world of men’s underwear. Companies like Candyman are always innovating on the jock. The Jock Thong 9688 is one of those innovations. It has a pouch with the top open as you see and a jock back and thong strap down the middle. Available in Blue and Black. Description: Jockstrap thong with an ingenious design that is open at the top of the cup in line with elastics that goes around the buttocks, elastic band at the waist embroidered with the brand, cup and back made of a soft elastic material.
Candyman is no stranger to having underwear boarder on fetishwear. This is the Jock with Suspenders 9689. The pair is made out ofa metallic fabric and can be worn with our without the straps. The colors are gold, turquoise and black. Description: Jockstrap with straps who graduate and can be removed for use without these, cup and back made of a soft elastic material that bind with thin elastics that go around the sides and buttocks, the whole garment has a metallic finish.
Jockbriefs were and are still big int he world of men’s underwear. The newest in the line is the Jock Boxer. The Jock Boxer 9690 however had the thong back as well. Available in white and black. Description: Jockstrap boxer with elastic band at the waist embroidered with the brand with a modern metal buckle in the middle front, the cup has a sensual hole in the top, this garment is made of a soft elastic material that fits perfectly to the body.
Candyman also gives their take on Jocks. They put the really cool Candyman design and styling on all they put out. This is the Colors Jockstrap 9691. Description : Jockstrap with wide elastic band embroidered with a brand in different colors, comfortable cup made of a soft elastic material with contrasting color elastic bands that goes on the sides and around the buttocks.
Zippers have always been in the Candyman collections. This years pair not only has a zipper in the back and front but made out of a mesh material. It doesn’t leave much to the imagination. Available in white and black. Description: Brief, features a modern mesh with wide holes that fits the body, has a double zipper that goes hand from front to back with a metallic finish, has wide elastic band at the waist embroidered with the brand.
You may remember this pair from a previous collection. The Zipper Brief 9693 has been updated with the Black and Neon Green and white. Description; Brief with elastic band at the waist, features a soft elastic material with glossy finish and zigzag stitching at the edges, has a double-sided zipper that goes from front to back in contrasting color for a fun look.
In the Candyman collection snaps are a relatively new addition. The Peekaboo Brief 9692 is one where the pouch snaps off! Available in gold and black. Description: Brief with elastic band at the waist, this piece has a modern design that reveals the front of the body, has snaps on the front to adjust this piece, this garment features a soft material with a glossy finish.
Candyman always does something really interesting every year. This year its the Brief With Interlocking Back 9695. The brief has a traditional front and an almost lace up back. Available in white and black. Description:Brief made of a soft elastic material, with contrasting color bias in metallic finish, this piece has an open back design with interlocking straps that adjust the garment, has elastic band at the waist embroidered with the brand.
Side Zipper Brief 9696 is an almost bikini cut with a working zipper on the side. The zipper has no function but to order but to expose more skin! Which is a good thing. Available in accenting blue and gold colors. Description: Low rise brief, has a modern design with lineal cuts in three different colors with metallic finish, with a side zipper that gives a modern twist, has elastic edges around the waist and legs for a good fit.
Candyman must always include some new mesh. This is the Mesh and Straps brief 9697. The straps kind of obscure the front view but everything is still visible. Available in Red, Black and White. Description: Brief with elastic band embroidered with the brand, this garment is made of a soft elastic mesh that fits snugly to the body, the cup has a modern design with cross strips.
We told you the 80′s were back and the Torn Brief 9698 is proof of that! This pair reminds me of something you would see in a male version of Flash Dance. The brief has cuts with the neon colors showing through. The colors available are orange and green. Description:
Mesh can be super sexy and doesn’t have to show everything off. The Studded Brief 9699 shows that concept. There is mesh around the sides and the top of the rear. The font has studs on the pouch. Sexy but you don’t show off everything! Description: Briefs made ??of a soft elastic material with mesh cuts on the sides and upper back, the cup area has small plastic studs with metallic finish giving it a modern flair, has elastic at the waist embroidered with the brand
Mesh isn’t for briefs and thongs. Candyman believes you should have sexy undies not matter what style. The Mesh Boxer 99001 has a solid pouch and everything else is mesh. This would be an interesting pair to wear on a date! Available in Gold and Silver. Description: Boxer, features an elastic mesh with medium holes that fits perfectly to the body, the cup has a soft textile lining this area of the body, the edges and the elastic band at the waist has a glossy finish.
For those who prefer trunks and still want a zipper the Side Zipper Boxer 99002 is a bright Metallic fabric with a zipper on the side that you can show off as much or as little as you want. Available in Black and Silver. Description: Low rise boxer, features a soft elastic material that conforms to the body with a glossy finish for a modern twist, the area of the cup has a mesh overlay, zipper on one side that reveals some areas of the body, with elastic edge around the waist and legs.
What about the guy who wants full coverage in the front but some fun in the back? Then you should check out the Back Mesh Boxer 99006. When y ou first look at it you think it’s a traditional boxer brief but when you turn around you leave nothing to the imagination. Available in three colors Blue, red and grey. Description: Boxer with elastic band at the waist for a good fit, with different textures design, the front is made ??of a soft elastic material in two colors on the cup and sides, the back is made of a mesh with medium holes that give a sexy touch the garment.
We aren’t done with mesh just yet. The Circular Mesh Boxer 99005. The red or Black boxer has a mesh section that comes down around the pouch and then wraps around the back. It’s sexy but doesn’t show off everything. It’s great for the guy who wants to have mesh but not give it all away. Description: Boxer with elastic band at the waist for a good fit, features a soft elastic material, has a modern design with cut mesh in contrasting color around the cup and buttocks giving a circular silhouette revealing sexy body areas. Composition:
The last thing in the Candyman collection are singlets. They have been huge this past year and will continue to be so this week. The first one is the Neon 99007 Singlet. It’s a low cut singlet with neon on the legs! Description: Singlet, design with circular cuts around the legs in neon colors like the edges providing comfort to the body allowing easy movement due to its soft stretch material. The second is the Zebra Singlet 99008, it has a very big Tarzan boy of the jungle vibe. Description: Suit with a fun design of one shoulder that is assimilated to Tarzan suit, with a comfortable brief, this garment features a soft stretch material with zebra print that fits perfectly to the body.
We hope you enjoy the collection! It should all be out now at retailers near you or online.
it’s Time to vote for the March Underwear of the month. This month we have a very diverse selection. That means we have a pair that can keep you warm or make you feel hot! The first pair up is the new Speed Trunk from 2(X)ist! This is one of their newest lines that have been super popular, it’s super comfy and in some great colors. The second is the Timoteo 2.0 Long Johns. They aren’t the plain boring long johns, they will keep you warm and loo great in them. The third is the Candyman Zipper Brief. It’s a really fun pair with a functional zipper on the side that would make an amazing date pair. Lastly is the new Cocksox CX01 Sniper brief. I found out at Magic that Cocksox created this camo print. It’s super fun to me!
Which pair will win? The vote is in your hands now. You can vote on your favorite pair and if you lave a reason why you think it should be the Underwear of the Month, you maybe quoted in the post announcing the winner! We will announce the winner on Thursday so you can vote till Wednesday