Just when you think aussieBum is done for the year they release the new limited edition range Day N Night Underwear. As the name suggests its a black or white pair of underwear. They look like classic brief but knowing aussieBum there is more to it then just a pair of briefs!
The description from their site: “For a limited time only, get aussieBum’s super-strong and ultra-lightweight undies: “Day ‘N’ Night.” Made in Australia using a strong nylon-elastane blend, this fabric is ultra-soft and fitted for extra comfort and support. The minimalistic design features a self-fabric waistband and high contrast logo that is elegant, yet durable enough for everyday use. Get it now in black and white. Only while stocks last!”
So they have the mix of classic looks and updated materials and technology to make them something out of the ordinary. aussieBum is not afraid to take risks and think outside the box. I think this is a great addtion to their line up. Not everyone will want pinks or a cup, a brand will have to have a mix of wild and mild styles. As I have always said there is a time and place for every pair. When you need to wear a classic style, if you’re like me, you want something super comfy and made out of amazing materials.
If you want these act fast because they will go. They retail for approximately $33 on the aussieBum site
Fan of Long Boxer Briefs? Our brief distraction features orange long boxer briefs from Zylas Underwear! Make sure you check them out if you’re a fan of boxer briefs.
The Baksit $12 Tuesday is the ActionCool Cotton and Cotton Mesh Square Cut Brief. Both pairs are just $12 Each. But this is not the only thing on sale, check out all the specials on the sales page! Find this and more at the Baskit Website
It’s not nice guys, but let’s face it… We all sweat! That is unless you’ve had one of those trendy surgeries to remove all your sweat glands right? To be fair… A little freshly-ground sweat can be a turn-on in the right place. A musky, manly mist is like a mating-call to some, but maybe you don’t want it all the time and perhaps not everywhere.
Over the years we guys have seen underwear revolutions in the ladies underwear departments (even if not first-hand)! Why is it they get all the good stuff? Sports bras, cross your chest technology & sporty little supportive numbers to make sure that their vital statistics are supported and cared for during almost any activity you can think of. On the other hand… Who’s championing underwear innovation for blokes? Well naturally at bum-chums our teams are always thinking about men carefully and naturally, their front and rear packages equally, which is why we put some thought into something special for the discerning underwear connoisseur.
In fact, it was at a trip to the gym where we got to thinking… What if we had a sporty looking pant for guys which was not only well cut, made carefully but also was hot to look at yet not too slutty and also kept you cool?
Could this be the end to saline-soaked sweaty sack & cracks in pants?
The In2cooler from bum-chums is designed to do just that. With a polyamide power-mesh fabric caressing and cupping your up-front assets and shaping the rear-view beautifully, the fabric allows maximum airflow right where you need it… Balls & bum* (*that’s fanny to our US audience)!
Underwear may never have been designed so technically before since the invention of the first Bike Jocks back in the day but for us we saw it as an absolute necessity for men and well worth the design and development.
Cleverly placed frontal mesh allows air passing within your over garments to surround your scrotum, whoosh against your wiener and take with it the unwanted perspiration with every motion you make. The power-mesh with it’s high elastene content has plenty of play, so stretches with your body movement and returns back when you do.
Likewise, this same power-mesh at the rear is placed to allow air to circulate through your boy-booty and allow all that superfluous sweat to simply pass away, leaving you cool, comfortable and confident. These are all the things that go into making a pair of truly bum-loving pants!
Not forgetting another and rather important function our In2cooler allows… This revolutionary design of the garment and fabric selection with its massive air flow capabilities also helps to keep your man-stash cooler, which many leading health gurus hail as being important for men and their clever little sperms hiding away on the inside. Just another fringe benefit of what a well thought of design can afford the discerning male underwear enthusiast.
We wanted our new style to be sleek, supportive and stunning and so based the cut around a hip-brief design, with our low-rise and slim sides, the style is cupping, corporeal and catchy just like our alliteration! We believe that we created the perfect underwear for the 21st Century active gentleman while fixing up a few of our less-attractive traits of working-out!
Our In2cooler is available in 3 stunning designs of Air, Ignite & Ice and is soon to be re-designed and added to in the new-year to expand the range.
So the next time you’re in need of inspiration or need to solve a problem, why not hit the gym and sweat it out? Or not maybe, if you happen to be wearing an In2cooler from Bum-Chums.
Article by Craig Hendry @ bum-chums, UK
Available from: www.bum-chums.com
I am really excited to get back into the swing of UNB by reviewing this jock. I had a hiatus this summer because I was working at a job with no internet connection…and then moved across the country. So this undies writer is now a Seattleite In my new apartment’s mailbox last week, arrived this gem. I had never heard of NDS before I got this jock. I had no preconceived notions, but I was very excited from what I opened. When I first took it out, I saw that it was going with the “new” cut of jock (referring to not just the pouch in front, but more of a brief cut in the front). And the back is a traditional jock (not the brief jock that looks like a brief in back with a porthole cut out) with straps.
I googled my jock and found that it is available in black and a really vivid purple (I got the black).
Upon fondling the pair a bit before trying it on, I became really eager to see how it fit. The fabric is a 95% Viscose 5% Spandex blend, Viscose being the derivative of Rayon (a great man-made substitute for silk made out of cellulose fibers (wood pulp mostly). I’m a sucker for Rayon, it just ends up having a better feel to it than cotton. The pouch definitely had room in it, but the straps felt secure. Obviously, you can’t see this pair without noticing the BIG DEAL, the sexy 1 1/4” gold waistband. It’s pretty bold, but I’ve never shied away from bold undies before. Another few things I like about the undies are the fact that the butt-straps are cut WITH the front pouch, as in, there is no seam where the butt-straps get sewn on. The fabric from the front pouch just glides up and over the hips and then thins out into a butt-strap. The front pouch has a VERY comfortable front seam down the center. I literally had to check with my hand cause I couldn’t tell just by wearing it.
So now, let’s get to putting it on. It fits very nicely, snug without being tight. I am a 34-36 underwear size kind of guy, and Tim sent me a Large which is listed as 34-36”. Perfect fit. NDS makes this pair in small through 2XL, but they do have a 2$ materials surcharge for cuts above XL (I find that a bit annoying, 2$, really?). The butt-straps are pretty much perfect, they are comfortable, sit just at the right place without really needing to do any manual adjustments (except for the first trying on moment, but that’s the case with any jock right?). There is no chance of awkward tag-sightings, because they sewed their label right above your junk. I didn’t even know it was there, I’d risk to say if you go for the “bald” look down there, maybe you’ll notice the tag.
I wore this around town, and to a hot yoga class (more than once). It is probably my new favorite jock. It fits in all the right places, has room in all the right places, doesn’t need constant strap adjustment. The fabric feels great, even after 2 rounds in the laundry (I washed it just like I do all my clothes, cold water wash, medium heat on dryer). My only real negative I can think of is maybe it’s a bit too roomy in the pouch, but I think that’s a personal thing (I’m not small, but I’m not one of those droopy elephant trunk kind of guys either)
- Sexy waistband/butt-straps.
- No midday/midyoga adjustments needed.
- Great feel on skin.
- Limited color range
- I don’t own more of them
- Seriously, I can’t think of any.
- Maybe a little too roomy in the pouch.
- Daily Fit: 9
- Sizing: 8
- Construction/Materials: 10
- Styling: 8
- Daily Performance: 9
- OVERALL: 8.8
Abc Underwear furnished this pair for review.
Today is my Birthday, and I wanted to post one of my favorite pictures from the last year. That is from Underwear Nation featuring the Cocksox Ahoy Briefs. Enjoy your day!
We have an interview with Logan Swiecki-Taylor, who you could call the face of Rufksin. I have known him for a few years and it’s glad to see him doing so well. He’s been one of, if not the main model at Rufskin. Here is a little more about him.
How did you become what most call the face of Rufskin? just about every time I see a new picture you’re the model
Well, a little over a year ago Rufskin had me come out for a shoot for a weekend we got to talking about me graduating from college etc. and a few months after that shoot they offered me a position in their logistics department (full time) so I made the move from Indiana to work for Rufskin, then just kept shooting on weekends for them and the rest is history.
How did your modeling career start?
I always laugh at this question its been rocky with several starts, There was high school where family friends always said I should try to model but being in Indiana the market is extremely small but we tried anyway, then there was a time where I tried the whole “Pro-scout” thing and in my opinion its just a scam to get naive people to blow money on broken promises (Im sure a few people actually do get a start from it but 99.9% just waste their money), then there have been the numerous “Photographers” that I have shot odds and ends with, then… there was this “family friend of a friend” who had a “agency” that sent me abroad and basically cost me a LOT of money for a few shots from different photographers, take a few pieces from all that and you get a few pictures that caught the attention of Rufskin to whom I now attribute all my SUCCESS in the business to. Failure is a stepping stone a way to learn and move forward so here I am now! Since starting with Rufskin I have only moved forward and I predict I will continue to do so!
What has been one of your favorite shoots you have done?
I have loved all the location shoots I have done with Rufskin, most recently the “California Vintage” underwear shoot. We were at an incredible park about an hour out of Palm Springs. You take me into raw nature and I feel right at home!
Rufskin is known for having fun designs do you have any favorite pieces you have enjoyed modeling?
Can I say everything?! I really love the new denim were doing as well as the “CA Vintage” and the “Iconic” lines.
They are also known for their styling, do you have an input or is it pre determined before the shoot?
Rufskin is best defined as a family we all have an input on almost every aspect of the brand it’s what keeps us fresh, ahead, and on edge! It also helps that every one of us comes from very different backgrounds.
What does the future hold for you?
What doesn’t the future hold for me?! I will say though I’m quite excited for our new swim line (2014) and a few other secrets that you’ll just have to keep your eyes on us for.
Find Logan at the Logan Swiei-Taylor Facebook Page and find Rufskin at http://www.rufskin.com
Independent film director Rob Williams is as prolific a filmmaker as the Croota brand of men’s underwear is about releasing new ranges! And in his highly anticipated seventh film, “Out To Kill,” which recently wrapped filming in Tampa, FL, he prominently featured Croota underwear and swim wear on some Adonis-like model/actors.
The trio of characters that don Croota swim wear in this poolside scene are Lee Williams, Christopher John Cutillo and Nicolas Burgos.
“Out To Kill” is a gay murder mystery about a private investigator who wrangles himself into investigating the murder of one of his hot new neighbors when he moves into a beautiful Tampa loft complex. More information on the film and other Guest House Films productions can be found at www.guesthousefilms.com.
Croota’s featured low-cut swim wear includes its “Surfers Paradise” range in both dark purple and beige, and the hipster-cut “Austar,” which is available in khaki and white. Each range of swim trunks is made of 85% nylon and 15% spandex, which combine for a UPF 50, fade-resistant fabric. Each range retails for $24.50 USD, and all are available at www.croota.com.
We interviewed Logan yesterday but we wanted to showcase the new Iconic series from Rufskin. If you didn’t read the interview, go read it and find out more about Logan.
At the beginning of the summer, I told you about my love of socks, and delved specifically into the Happy Socks brand. The problem for a lot of folks is nice socks can be expensive. A pair of Happy Socks will usually run you around $12. The good news is there a few less expensive alternatives that I’ve tried and have worked out well.
So here they are, three places for your to get your sock collection started on the cheap:
- Nice Laundry — I actually came across the folks on Facebook. If you’re anything like me you totally tune out all the ads Facebook tries to push in front of your face, but when I saw an ad for this brand I was intrigued. They offer 6-pair packs in several different styles for $39, which when it comes to high-quality socks is a stead. Probably my favorite part about this company is that they give you the option to send in old pairs to be recycled. As you might have figured out from my post on PACT, I have bit of green streak, so I thought this concept was awesome.
- MeUndies — my boyfriend has been fond of the underwear from MeUndies, so at one point when he was getting a few new pair,s I figured I’d try out their socks as well. They offer a similar option to Nice Laundry—selling 6-packs for $40 in addition to single pairs for $10. If you sign up for subscription, you get $2 off each pair. If you’re looking to totally change out what you have, or start fresh, they also offer a 10-pair pack for $100.
- H&M — I’ve long been a fan or H&M as a great source for cheap, stylish looks. Their socks are no exception. They sell 2- and 5-pair packs in a variety of colors both online and in stores. Though the brand has a reputation for garments falling apart relatively easily, I haven’t had this problem with most of those socks I’ve gotten from them. If there’s an H&M store near year, I would recommend checking there first over the website. I’ve found that they tend to have wider selection in store than online.
What did I miss? I know all of you out there aren’t sock fans, but to those of you who are: where did you go to get your collection started? Tell us in the comments.