Review Edge Apparel Briefs
After interviewing Adam Russell the designer and founder of Edge Apparel I could not wait to try out one of the pairs of underwear. Edge Apparel supplied us with some underwear to review. I selected, as I always try to, a classic brief to start off. Since I’m a big fan of briefs I like to get my first look at a new brand with their briefs. I went for the darker, grey and red option.
The fabric blend of 7% spandex and 93% cotton was very comfortable. It was supportive and soft while still having just the edge of flexibility. It was very smooth to the touch which is always a bonus for the bum and it felt good all throughout the day.
The waist band is a great fit, it both stretches and holds, the ideal balance. It is a very cute, generally solid color band with the trendy logo on the front. The piping on the legs is just as balanced, stretchy, and comfortable and holds up well.
There is no “pouch” or anything in the crotch area. Personally, I’m not a fan of most pouches so I found this excellent. It much reminds me of the bulge area of Calvin Kleins, in a way, roomy, supportive but not overly defined.
When I went to the gym I didn’t have another pair to change into, as I often do, so I did my cardio day in the briefs. They felt fine, held up to the run, climb, and all. As mentioned in the cons section, I did have to tug the back out of my butt a time or two but nothing serious.
Overall I greatly enjoyed this pair of underwear. I am excited to try the other pairs out and give the boxer brief cut a go as well.
Daily Fit: 9/10
Daily Performance: 9/10
Pros: Cute, very comfortable fabric blend, supportive, and durable.
Cons: If running it may ride up your butt, however, that could have just been my butt…
Beau Briefs recommendation: An awesome new start for a brand, very solid product!