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Alick Alexander Pro Brief: a Men’s Underwear Review

About a month ago, I introduced you to Alick Alexander via a review on their Pro Trunk. In that review, I wrote that what first caught my attention with Alick Alexander was the bright colorful options, while still maintaining a more conservative look. For the guy who’s looking for athletic, conservative underwear, Alick Alexander should be on their radar. The same holds true for the Alick Alexander Pro Brief.

The Alick Alexander Pro Brief is a low cut sports brief made from from the same blend of material as the Pro Trunk – 88% polyamide and 12% elastane. This combo of materials creates a wonderfully silk, shinny material that has quite a bit of stretch to it. The fit is that of an athletic fit, but the material provides for a bit more stretch than if it were a cotton brief.  This stretch is what makes the pouch comfortable and supportive. Full coverage in the butt brought me comfort – it is an absolute must for me.

While I tried the Pro Brief in red, it is also available in white, yellow, pink, royal blue, and turquoise. All-in-all, a stylish, sporty brief. I can comfortably recommend these to you, especially for sport. For guys (or gals buying underwear for their man) who’s a bit apprehensive venturing out into more provocative underwear, these make a perfect transition in moving into the broad world of men’s underwear. At £7 ($11.50 USD), they’re a steal!

Where to buy?

Alick Alexander’s Own Online Store

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

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What do YOU think? If you’ve tried these yourself, please add your rating too!

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