Reviewed by Shayne
Male Basics started in 2002 realising that men needed to feel confident, sexy and be confident in their underwear. This is the first product I have reviewed and I have developed the same confidence in their brand. The Microfibre Brief, part of their performance range is a sexy brief that definitely achieves their goal of sexiness and comfort. The cut, material, workmanship all ooze sex appeal and definitely enhances a man’s natural physique.
Fit: Male Basics have spent considerable time in designing a brief that shapes around the male body. The brief in the rear of the garment provides a full seat, which eliminates any discomfort when wearing the garment all day. Additionally, the front of the briefs features a special uplift technology which gives you support by cradling your family jewels whilst still providing enough room to accommodate the growing needs of a man. The sheer material makes it even more comfortable on the hottest summer day.
Style: The garment features a 1.5” light grey waistband with the Male Basic logo emblazoned across the front of the waistband in darker grey. They have followed this grey theme through the tightey whiteys with light grey stitching throughout the crotch and rear. One bonus is that there are no unsightly stitching on the side of the garment which normally adds to an uncomfortable fit. They have specially designed a very close fit close to the body without constricting the goodies in the pouch. The breathable material has been used to prevent chaffing and to improve mobility. Male Basics features a special uplift technology in the crotch of the garment. There are other products on the market that do this technology much better, however, Male Basics have designed a garment that is extremely comfortable to wear with no need to adjust yourself throughout the day.
The style is something that took me a while to get used to. I normal prefer a more sheer cut to my briefs. However their design totally works and would be perfect for guys out there that have an average or non-gym trained body. The hip hugging design to the briefs provide superior comfort. This brief would be an excellent garment to wear to work, at the gym or on the court.
Fabric: Male Basics use a DryFast construction in their briefs accelerates drying time due to the materials used in the fabric. The Microfibre briefs are made of 78% Nylon and 22% Elastane providing an extreme sheerness to the garment. When I wore them you could quite easily see the outline of my manhood whilst providing enough privacy not found in mesh garments. Stepping in and out of the pool or shower wearing these briefs they become extremely see through. This is a total bonus for your partner (or if you want to be even more daring on holidays) for possible suitors. I tested their DryFast technology and they take next to no time to dry.
Quality: An extremely well-machined product with no evident flaws or loose strands of cotton. Male Basics have used double stitching externally and internally with this garment. The garment should last for many years provided that you take care in laundering these briefs and dry in the shade away from the sun.
Overall, the Microfibre brief are a must for those that love white briefs but still want total comfort. Be aware that when wet these briefs become even more alluring and sensual – great if you about to enter a wet brief competition or if you want to add a little spice to your sex life.
Where to buy: These comfortable microfibre white briefs can be purchased online through www.malebasics.com for a low price of $16.99 USD. They are also available in black, red and blue (great if you are not a fan of white underwear). These are a basic necessity for any average man out there.
Overall Rating ★★★★★
Fit ★★★★★ Very comfortable brief
Style ★★★★★ Great everyday wear for guys who need comfort
Fabric ★★★★★ Soft, breathable, lightweight and quick drying
Quality ★★★★★ Excellent quality
Size I Wore: M (I’m a 30″ waist)
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