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Gregg Homme BoyToy Thong: a Men’s Underwear Review

Recently, I published a review on the Gregg Homme BoyToy Boxer Brief and had great things to say about it and the material used.  I’ve also written several times now about products and the incredible underwear designs they keep coming out with.  Today, the review is on the Gregg Homme BoyToy Thong.

As I wrote last week, the BoyToy Collection, by Gregg Homme, features a lightweight wet-look fabric (85% Polyamide/15% Spandex). The material is a very lightweight fabric that you barely feel when wearing them and has a wet-look sheen to them.  While thongs are by design minimalistic, the Gregg Homme BoyToy Thong takes that a step further (er, smaller).  The thong is quite minimal in both cut and feel.  The pouch is small in coverage, but comfortable in roominess.  The thong features high-cut sides for a very minimalistic view.  In feel, the wet-look material just barely hangs on you, a very comfortable feeling.

The Gregg Homme BoyToy Thong comes in a majestic Royal blue, vivid Magenta, bright Aqua, Black or Pewter. In combination with the wet-look material, these are quite striking!

If you’re looking for a different fit, you can also find the BoyToy collection as Jockstrap, Brief and Boxer Brief styles.

All-in-all a fantastic new collection and thong for Gregg Homme.  I’m a 34″ waist and often float between medium and large depending on the brand.  I tried these in both medium and large and prefer the large – though both actually fit me fine.

Where to buy? You can find these at the following stockist:

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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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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  1. Andy June 14, 2011

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