Review: Croota Rodeo Hipster
After a long break from writing about underwear, I have returned to review a couple pairs I’ve had in my possession for some time. The next few articles from me will be playing catch-up in the world of underwear.
The first of these articles will be for the Rodeo Hipster from Croota, a nice, square-cut design with a forgiving pouch. In the company catalog of designs, this would be the SP02 in grey and size medium. This would be considered another great creation from Australia. Over the past few days, you’ve seen reviews for other designs from Croota. Seems these were accepted into the underwear world with open arms…or rather, open legs.
I’ve worn these a few times since receiving them. I love the feel of the material and the pouch design couldn’t be better. It conforms to your dimensions perfectly and allows them to rest in the comfortable material throughout the day. The 2 inch (5 cm) waistband, in red, white, and navy, is greatly pleasing to me as I love a wider, supporting waistband on any pair I wear. The leg openings are made from the same material (95% cotton, 5% Spandex), contrary to other brands tend to use a different material to cover elastic.
Not to bring down the happy mood created by Croota, there is one down side to my experience with this cut. Through the day, there were a few times when I had to reposition the back of the underwear. I guess it could be said that they rode up, not in the crotch area, but they did ride higher on the hips after a while of walking around at school and work. Of course, this is just a small downside as I probably have a different hip shape that other who might wear the hipster cut with no problems.
You can purchase a pair of Croota in one or more of their various designs from their website located at www.croota.com.
This pair was furnished by Croota Pty, Ltd for review.