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Ergowear Flex Pacific Swimsuit – A Men’s Swimwear Review

Reviewed by Ken

Today is my first review for Menswear Review.  I’ve been provided an Ergowear Flex Swimsuit – Pacific in size
L (I am a 33 waist).  While I’m not typically a brief cut swimsuit guy, I was quite impressed with this swimsuit.  As you know, Menswear Review has published a number of Ergowear reviews including the new PLUS II line, X3D Bikini, Max Boxer, and more! The Flex Pacific Swimsuit receives great scores, just as the Ergowear men’s underwear have.


  
Fabric:   The suit is made of 80% Polyamide
and 20% elastane fibers.  The
fabric was very smooth and comfortable on the skin, while at the same time
flexible enough to conform to my shape.    
Front:   All of the Flex Collection items
contain a horizontal elastic strap (about 1 inch wide) that lifts the genitals
into the roomy pouch.  This may
sound uncomfortable just for a little more “show” but in reality it felt quite
natural and provided an appropriate amount of support.  The visual effect is just another
bonus!
Back:  The rear of the suit provided enough
coverage for me, I do not like how some other brands have the extreme bikini cuts that barely cover and
ride up the back. 
Style:   I liked the dark blue color scheme with the light pumpkin
orange side panels. I normally do not wear this style of suit, preferring the
more square cut or trunk style, but I must say I did enjoy the day at the pool while wearing this suit, and it was comfortable the entire day
without pinching or pulling.
Craftsmanship:  The stitching on the seams were nicely
done and the different thread colors provided a nice contrast.  The elastic support band was sewn into
the side panels in such a way as not to “rub” the wrong way or cause any
irritation.  Overall I think the
suit is well made and will maintain its colors without fading.   
For more information about the Flex Swimsuit or any of Ergowear’s line, checkout their site and online store.   




RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR


Overall Rating
4/5
I usually prefer a square cut, but I certainly felt comfortable and enjoyed this suit
Fit
5/5
The support band was surprisingly comfortable!
Style
4/5
A little more revealing than I prefer, but loved the color scheme and support
Fabric
5/5
Very comfortable and flexible to conform to your personal shape and look good at the same time
Quality
5/5
Nice stitching on the seams and quality fabric makes for a nice suit

Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 33″ waist)




What do YOU think?  Thank you for reading this post, feel free to get involved below and let me know whether you agree or disagree with this post.  Do you like what you’ve read/seen?  Have anything extra you would like to add?   Add your comments and make yourself heard!





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Ergowear Plus II Bikini, Brief and Boxer – Men’s Underwear Reviews


Being a big fan of Ergowear, I wasn’t sure they could improve my opinion – well they did!


Having written several reviews of Ergowear, I have found myself really enjoying their products. Known for their pouch designs, each of their ranges (X3D, PLUS, Max and Max Light) offer a wonderfully comfortable pouch. The PLUS line (Pouch Lifted and UnSeemed) features just that – a seamless pouch to lift your boys up and away to happiness.  Like their other lines, the PLUS lifts things up and naturally out to avoid squashing and sticking as can be found with traditional underwear.  


New this year is the PLUS II which is an improvement over last year’s design.  I’ve found that the material used is softer and more flexible and like the use of the waistband from the Max range – a wonderful mix.  The PLUS II line is made from a quality cotton(90%)/lycra (10%)blend.  The fabric in this PLUS II version is wonderful and a great improvement over last year’s.


With the PLUS, you can position yourself up or down (see picture).  While holding things up gives you a larger bulge, it wasn’t something that I was used to and preferred to hang down.  What are your thoughts – up or down?  If you have experience with this position, let me know.  (A) is the standard pouch and (B) and (C) are the PLUS pouch.  The pouch in all three of my trials – Bikini, Brief, and Boxer, were all very comfortable and supportive.  In short, BIG FAN of the Ergowear pouch.


In style, all three styles I tried – Bikini, Brief, and Boxer were quite handsome.  In order to make the seamless pouch, however, Ergowear had to add some elastic around the pouch which leaves a bit of a bunched look; with the Bikini, this is minimized. An enhancement in style over last year is the of the Max range waistband – a handsome black waistband with white Ergowear.com lettering.


For rear coverage, I was pleased with all three.  Sometimes bikinis can be a bit skimpy, but not with Ergowear.  I’m pleased to report that all three had full coverage that didn’t ride up at all. Definitely all-day comfortable.


In sum, a fantastic upgrade to a great range.  Within the PLUS II range you should be able to find the style you like best.  For me, it’s a toss up between the three – Bikini and Brief in the summer, but like a Boxer in the cooler months.


For more info, check out Ergowear’s site.  Sizing is key so be sure to check out their sizing guide.


RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR


Overall Rating
4.75/5
Fantastic upgrade to a great range
Fit
4.5/5
Very comfortable all around
Style
4.5/5
You WILL get noticed in the PLUS pouch
Fabric
4.75/5
Comfortable cotton blend
Quality
5/5
Very well made, appreciate them being tagless

Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 34″ waist)




What do YOU think?  Thank you for reading this post, feel free to get involved below and let me know whether you agree or disagree with this post.  Do you like what you’ve read/seen?  Have anything extra you would like to add?   Add your comments and make yourself heard!





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Ergowear X3D Bikini – A Review






Ergowear’s X3D, a brand known for its ergonomic pouch, is the focus of this review.  I’ve reviewed Ergowear’s Max, Max Light, PLUS, and X3D, men’s underwear and will be reviewing their Flex swimsuit later this week.  Each range has their strengths and am impressed by all of them! 

Today’s review is on Ergowear’s X3D Bikini.  The X3D is made from a polyamid/elastane microfiber fabric.  The combination of the two allows for a very soft fabric (like soft silk) that is fast-drying and very breathable – creating comfort and usability for any condition of wearing (casual, daily, sports).  The material doesn’t absorb, it wicks the moisture away – keeping you cool and avoiding the wet/sticky feel.  The cut of the X3D Bikini is true to its name – very skimpy. 


While this is a very skimpy, is was very comfortable.  What makes Ergowear so comfortable are their ergnomically designed pouches.  The X3D features a 3D pouch which holds you comfortably while lifting your manhood away from your legs in a more natural, comfortable position.  This design really helps with overall comfort and not feel squished like other brands sometimes do.  With the pouch design keeping your boys away from your legs, you don’t get the sticky feeling when the weather gets hot – really, very nice! The picture shows how things should hang (A is standard underwear and B is the X3D).






All in all, a great bikini from a great brand.  I’ve worn these multiple times and keep them to the front of my underwear drawer.  I can highly recommend these and have added them to my favorites.


Where to buy Ergowear:

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RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR


Overall Rating:  4.8/5
Awesome bikini
Style:  4.75/5 
Love the pouch
Fabric:  5/5
Silky soft, breathable
Fit:  5/5
Fit me very well, pouch is super comfortable – double check the size chart before you order
Quality:  5/5
Seem to be put together well 
Size I Wore:  XL (I’m a 34″ waist)

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Ergowear Max Boxer – A Review


The Ergowear Max Boxer is my latest review.  As you know, I’ve reviewed several pairs of Ergowear lately and have been very happy with what I found!  Well known for their 3 dimensional pouch, Ergowear’s pouch lifts and supports your package in a natural, comfortable position.  Figure A is the traditional pouch and Figure B is the Ergowear pouch – a clear difference.


MAXThe Ergowear Max Boxer certainly looks and performs like an athletic boxer.  The boxer is ergonomically designed to provide a good fit – and it does.  The pouch is in incredibly comfortable, as I’ve written before, but so are the legs and rear.  I found the leg bands to be comfortable and keep the legs in place.  Being a boxer, there is full rear coverage that sits comfortably on your body.  


The Max line is made fro a cotton/lycra blend to perform as, well, performance underwear.  The Max is a bit heavier of a material than the Max Light which aides in its performance as an athletic underwear.  The blend was soft and comfortable and breathed properly.  While I’ve written this as an athletic boxer it would be equally as comfortable for daily wear.  



Another great pair of underwear from Ergowear.  Again on my favorite’s list and can highly recommend.  Check out some of my other Ergowear Reviews and see the full collection at Ergowear’s website.

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RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR

Overall Rating:  4.75/5

A great boxer for the athletic guy

Style:  4.5/5 
Classic colors with an enhancing look
Fabric:  4.5/5

Quality material

Fit:  4.75/5

Very comfortable and supportive
Quality:  5/5
Well made 

Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 34″ waist)

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Ergowear Max Light Midcut – A Review

Well, another Ergowear sample leaves me as a happy blogger. :-)   This weekend, I reviewed the Ergowear Max Light Midcut boxer.  Like the other Ergowear lines I reviewed, the Max Light Midcut features the awesome 3 dimensional pouch.  The pouch is very comfortable as it lifts you up and out – creating natural comfort and support.   The 3D pouch was very comfortable for my weekend pick-up game.  The pouch, as I said, lifts you up and out.  This really helps with supporting you but also with eliminating your testis sticking to your legs. (A) Traditional and (B) Ergowear’s.


The Max Light is similar to the Max fabric – except that it’s lighter.  Made from a cotton/modal blend, the fabric was fantastic for my weekend sports – keeping things cool.  Combining with the pouch design and fabric make this a great pair for the athletic guy.  Now you don’t have to be a jock to wear these.  Before my afternoon game, I was wearing these out to brunch.  The Max Light Midcut was very comfortable under a pair of pants and would also wear these as daily wear to work.  Really, a multi-use pair of underwear.  


I found the legs to be snug, yet comfortable.  Again, this helped with the overall comfort during the game and when worn under jeans.  It’s nice that they don’t bunch up or add bulk.  The leg bands kept the legs in place and was pleased with how these sat on my hips. 


Ovearall, a fantastic midcut boxer brief.  Ergowear continues to be one of my favorite brands.  You can read some of my other Ergowear reviews to find the style that works best for you.  For me, I’d be happy with any of the styles or ranges in Ergowear’s lineup.  Check out the Ergowear website for pricing and other styles.




Check out Ergowear’s online store for the full collection.




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RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR
Overall Rating:  5/5
A great midcut for multiple purposes
Style:  5/5 
Classic colors, enhancing look
Fabric:  5/5
I really like the Max Light fabric
Fit:  5/5
Fit me very well all around
Quality:  5/5
Seem to be well made 
Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 34″ waist)

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Ergowear Max Light Bikini – A Review


I’ve been enjoying reviewing Ergowear this past week.  Today’s review is on the Ergowear Max Light Bikini.  The Max Light is very similar to Max but is made out of a lighter weight fabric – hence the name.  If you’re read my previous Ergowear reviews, you already know of the unique 3 dimensional pouch which is designed to lift your manhood into a more natural position but also creating an enhancement to your profile and creating comfort down below. (A) is a typical brief and (B) is the Ergowear pouch.
MAX

The Max Light is made from a cotton/modal fabric that is lighter, as I said, than the standard Max line.  I really like the lighter fabric  of the Max Light.  The fabric is wonderfully soft and because it’s lighter it wraps and highlights things nicely  - like outlining the head of your manhood.  I guess that’s one of the benefits of an unlined pouch. ;-)


As with the other lines, I found the pouch very comfortable and supportive.  The Bikini is more like a tanga (just the waistband without fabric on the side) which gives it a great look – in addition to the shaping fabric of course.  The waistband is 1 1/4″ so it’s wide enough to not cut into you and was also comfortable for me.  I greatly appreciated the full rear coverage and was very comfortable in these all day.  Al-in-all, another great pair from Ergowear (hey, I rhymed and wasn’t even planning it – haha).  


I can easily recommend these and are a pair I’ll be pulling out often.  At $20.90 (USD), they’re a good buy.   Check out Ergowear’s online store for the full collection.

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RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR

Overall Rating:  5/5

Skimpy yet comfy – yes!

Style:  5/5 
A sexy look
Fabric:  5/5

Love the fabric

Fit:  5/5

Pouch is very comfortable and has full rear coverage 

Quality:  5/5

Well made

Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 34″ waist)

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Ergowear PLUS Brief Review


Looking for a seamless pouch to lift an enhance?  Look no further :-)  As I’ve written beforeErgowear has 3 distinctive lines, each with a different feel and each with multiple styles and colors within (jocks, briefs, bikinis, trunks, etc…) – Max, X3D, and PLUS.  The PLUS line (Pouch Lifted and UnSeemed) features just that – a seamless pouch to lift your boys up and away to happiness.  


PLUSWhile there are many pouch style underwear, they all have the vertical seem and, depending on the brand, can sometimes feel uncomfortable.  Like their other lines, the PLUS lifts things up and naturally out to avoid squashing and sticking as can be found with traditional underwear.  What I found different about the PLUS line versus the others. With the PLUS, you can position yourself up or down (see picture).  While holding things up gives you a larger bulge, it wasn’t something that I was used to and preferred to hang down.  I think I’ll give it another try.  If you have experience with this position, let me know.  (A) is the standard pouch and (B) and (C) are the PLUS pouch.


The PLUS line is made from a cotton/lycra blend to give you the feel of cotton but a bit of stretch with the lycra.  I’m a HUGE fan of their X3D and MAX (and light) fabrics and would say I’m a fan of their PLUS fabric.  The reason they didn’t use the other fabrics with PLUS is that they couldn’t accomplish the unseemed pouch with the other fabrics.  Now, it’s important to know that it’s not that I didn’t like the cotton/lycra fabric it’s just that I really like the other fabrics.  I did find the cotton/lycra to be what I expected from that blend – cottony feel with the stretch you need to keep its form. I really have no complaints on the fabric.

For fit, I was quite comfortable in the pouch and had full rear-end coverage.  If you like a bit less coverage you may want to consider their PLUS Bikini which is a bit skimpier all around.  In addition to the pouch and rear being comfortable, the waistband was also very comfortable and the leg bands were too – not too tight and not too loose.  All around, I really liked the PLUS brief and can definitely recommend it to you.  At $25 USD they’re reasonably priced for being a quality pair of underwear.

To find out more and see their other lines, check out the Ergowear website.





 

PLUS is also available in a bikini, boxer or thong

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RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR

Overall Rating:  4.75/5

Great pouch!
Style:  4.75/5 

You can really show things off!
Fabric:  4/5

Quality material
Fit:  4.75/5
Fit wellQuality:  5/5
Quality product
Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 34″ waist)

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Ergowear Max Thong Review


Ergowear Max Thong – A Big Hit


As I’ve written in my previous Ergowear review, they have 3 underwear ranges (X3D, Max, and Plus). Ergowear’s Max Thong is my latest review.  I must say, I was quite impressed all around with the quality and comfort of this thong.
  



The thong, like Ergowear’s other ranges, features their exclusive 3 dimensional pouch.  The lift effect of the pouch supports and enhances you quite nicely.  The waistband was comfortable with Ergowear displayed across the band.  The combination of the pouch design and fabric made this a very comfortable thong for all-day wearing – seriously, you forget you’re wearing a thong at all.  The fabric is a cotton/lycra blend for a soft and form-fitting feel and look.  The thong was of a decent size – not too big that you felt like you had a wedgie and not too small to feel like you were flossing.  The thong I tried was in black but they also make the Max Thong in white.

MAX

As I’ve written in previous reviews, each of Ergowear’s ranges are quite different from each other.  The Max range, as I’ve mentioned, is made from a cotton/lycra blend.  The fabric on the Max is a bit heavier for compression vs the Max Light which is made from a modal/lycra fabric – creating a softer feel and look.  Regardless if you go for the Max or Max Light the 3 dimensional pouch is designed to work the same.  If you look at the pictures, the pouch is meant to lift you up and out in a natural position.  This really helps with elliminating the squashing/sticking problems of traditional underwear.  The pictures below show (A) traditional and (B) Ergowear.


I have some reviews on the Max boxer, Max Light brief and Max Light midcut coming out later this week so you can look for those too.  Both the Max and Max light come in a variety of colors and cuts (thong, brief, bikini, jock, midcut, boxer).  All-in-all, I am once again very happy with my Ergowear.  Definitely a hit and a favorite of mine.

Also available in white

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RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR

Overall Rating:  4.75/5

A great thong for fun or daily wear

Style:  4.75/5 
Love the look, especially with the enhancing pouch
Fabric:  4.75/5

Quality material that supported me well

Fit:  5/5

Fit very well
Quality:  5/5
Seem to be well made 

Size I Wore:  L (I’m a 34″ waist)

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Ergowear X3D Lowrise Boxer Brief Review




Ergowear, a brand known for its ergonomic pouch, is the focus of this review.  I’ve had the opportunity to review Ergowear’s Max, Max Light, PLUS, and X3D, underwear along with their Flex swimsuit.  I’m impressed by their entire lineup!  Each of Ergowear’s ranges is different from each other and will explain each during the reviews.

Today’s review, however, will focus specifically on Ergowear’s X3D Lowrise Boxer Brief.  The X3D is made from a polyamid/elastane microfiber fabric.  The combination of the two allows for a very soft fabric (like soft silk) that is fast-drying and very breathable – creating comfort and usability for any condition of wearing (casual, daily, sports).  The material doesn’t absorb, it wicks the moisture away – keeping you cool and avoiding the wet/sticky feel.  The waistband on the X3D is very small and covered in the same microfiber – creating a good look and feel.




What makes Ergowear special are their ergnomically designed pouches.  The X3D features a 3D pouch which holds you comfortably while lifting you away from your legs in a more natural, comfortable position.  This design really helps with overall comfort and not feel squished like other brands sometimes do.  With the pouch design keeping your boys away from your legs, you don’t get the sticky feeling when the weather gets hot – really, very nice! The picture shows how things should hang (A is standard underwear and B is the X3D).



The cut of the X3D, in addition to the pouch design, is that of a lowrise.  The height, of course, is lower than the standard X3D boxer brief and the waistband is too.  I found the lowrise to be very comfortable all around and sat perfectly for me (lowrise can sometimes sit too low).  All in all, a great boxer brief from a great brand.  I can highly recommend these and have added them to my favorites.

Where to buy Ergowear:
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RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR

Overall Rating:  5/5

Awesome all around

Style:  5/5 
Love the look – quite enhancing
Fabric:  5/5

Silky soft, breathable

Fit:  5/5

Fit me very well – double check the size chart before you order
Quality:  5/5
Seem to be put together well 

Size I Wore:  XL (I’m a 34″ waist)

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