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Agacio Bikini: a Men’s Underwear Review

It seems nowadays that a new underwear brand is popping up each month – some of them good or not so much.  Agacio is one of those brands to launch of the course of this past year.

If you’re new to Agacio, they are a brand which emphasizes practicality, comfort and fabric. The Agacio range features several styles including a jockstrap, low-rise boxer brief, basic boxer brief, low-rise brief , basic brief, basic bikini (what this review is on) and thong.

The brand’s creative design team devised the Agacio underwear collection when trying to come up with a solution to uncomfortable underwear. “Tired of wearing underwear that either flattens your pouch or has you adjusting yourself all day because it is unbearable, the Agacio designers came up with the most comfortable underwear ever,” said Joel Gandara, owner of the Underwear Station, which oversees the brand. “Quality, comfort and fit were the most important features that the guys were looking to create, yet keeping the designs stylish.”  After trying several different pairs of Agacio, I think they nailed it!

Agacio reminds me of other enhancing and ergonomic brands currently on the market. Essentially what the pouch design allows for is a natural fit with a slight lift for your package. For daily wear or for an evening out, you will find these VERY comfortable.  If wanting to wear these for sports, I think I’d hold off due to the free-hangining pouch design.

The Agacio Basics Bikini is a super comfortable, sexy bikini. Agacio comes in fairly standard colors (royal, turquoise, red, black, white and grey) for a masculine look.  Being a bikini style, you get the sexy minimalistic look.  Combine that with the enhancing pouch and you took the look to a whole new level. The material used is a luxuriously soft 96% Modal/4% Spandex blend.  This gives you a soft, skin-like feeling with just the right amount of stretch.

The Agacio Bikini features a black contrast waistband with metallic Agacio logo on front.  The waistband is a soft, lightweight material and narrower at  1 3/8″.

All-in-all, I can definitely recommend these to you.  If you’re looking for something with a bit more coverage, try one of the other Agacio styles (more reviews to come).

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Watch the Agacio Brand Launch Video

Menswear Review Ratings
Size I Wore: M (I’m a 34″ waist)

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  1. David October 29, 2016

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