Now that that's out of the way, I love the bikinis in the sport mesh. I work outside all day and in south GA, humidity is a major concern. The sport mesh wicks the sweat away and is very breathable to keep the neither regions cool. The minimal waistband is great as well. In case you can't tell, I like the minimalist style with underwear. Other than thongs, these are it.
Its also worth noting that my wife loves the bikinis on me. :)
I wish Jockey had more color options in this style.
1 year ago
I have a hard time finding comfortable underwear, especially as I have gotten older. I find that many men's underwear styles are not designed for comfort, despite the fact that we men have "anatomy" down there that can be quite uncomfortable at times.
Boxer shorts quit being comfortable for me around age 30. Too much material bunching, and I started to need more support.
Regular briefs feel hot and somewhat restrictive, and for some reason the leg openings don't fit right on me and things don't stay in place.
Boxer briefs are better, but in hot weather I get sweat and rashes on my inner thighs.
But these bikinis do well - minimal fabric so that I am not unnecessarily hot, sweaty, or restricted. They have support so that I have more comfort over areas that need a bit more support these days. They allow for a wide range of leg movement, and somehow Jockey got the leg elastic/geometry right so that things stay put and not falling out the side. Cotton is fine, but I prefer this fabric - more stretch, doesn't hold moisture (leading to rashes).
I really don't think many men buy underwear for comfort, and I don't think much men's underwear is designed for comfort. But this style fits, and does its job quite well.
Please send me different colors, thank you
00 or 2 for $24. #10448