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Private Structure Spectrum Lowrise Trunk: a Men’s Underwear Review

My friends over at recently sent me their latest underwear of the month – a pretty cool service if you ask me — who wouldn’t want to try new pair of underwear each month?  The underwear for the May Underwear of the Month Club was the Private Structure Spectrum Lowrise Trunk.

The Spectrum Lowrise Brief is made from a blend of 95% cotton and 5% spandex in a spectrum of colors.  The resulting blend is a comfortable, quality, cottony soft material that has just enough stretch to keep it’s shape and still give you the feeling you want.  The name Spectrum really says it all; the Spectrum collection comes in black, blue, green, navy, red, violet, white and yellow.  The color selection is simply wonderful.  The color I tried these in was red.  The color was a wonderful vivid shade of red without being obnoxious.

Private Structure tends to run small.  I typically would wear a size large according to their size chart (for waists 31-33 “inches” / /79-84 cm) but I took an XL instead and glad that I did!  The overall fit of the Private Structure Lowrise Trunk is rather small – which would make sense for a lowrise trunk.  I found the overall cut to give a sexy look while still giving you the coverage you like and not the added material of a boxer brief you don’t want – particularily for summer time.  The trunk sits low on the waist and sexy little short legs.  A great look from the front and and even better one from the back!

For pouch comfort, I was quite pleased.  I found the pouch to provide adequate room, great comfort, and support.

Overall, I really enjoyed the Private Structure Spectrum Lowrise Trunk, these being the first Private Structure I’ve tried.  The quality of material selection and stitching was quite good.  And, at $14, these are an awesome trunk for the money!  Shop directly at
Menswear Review Ratings
Size I Wore: XL (I’m a 34″ waist)

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  1. Davidt May 20, 2011
    • Dan May 24, 2011

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