I’ve recently come across a brand that’s new to me, but has actually been in the underwear world since 2007 – Alick Alexander.Â Alick Alexander, as I said, was founded in 2007 with it’s first product launch in 2008.Â Hailing from London, they strove to develop a brand that is stylish, comfortable, and fun; I’d say they’re on their way to achieving this goal.
What first caught my attention with Alick Alexander was the bright colorful options, while still maintaining a more conservative look.Â For the guy who’s looking for athletic, conservative underwear, Alick Alexander should be on their radar.Â The styles available so far from Alick Alexander are broad enough to meet most guys taste.Â The Pro collection I’m reviewing today is a more conservative/athletic look where as the CU Mesh collection is for the more daring guy.
On to the review …. The Alick Alexander Pro Trunk is a hipster style fitted trunk made from a blend of 88% polyamide and 12% elastane.Â This combo of materials creates a wonderfully silk, shinny material that has quite a bit of stretch to it.Â Being a hipster type of trunk, the fit provides a small fit than a traditional trunk and more coverage than your typical brief.Â For me, I’ve really come to enjoy the look and fit of a hipster.Â Full coverage in the butt for comfortable is an absolute must for me; a hipster consistently provides this for me.Â A sexy look – whether macho sexy or provocative sexy, is also a must.Â Alick Alexander Pro Trunk does well in the macho-sexy category.
While I tried the Pro Trunk in white (a more conservative color), it is also available in yellow, red, pink, royal blue, and turquoise.Â Macho-sexy comes into play not only with the cut and material, but also in the use of contrasting stitching.Â All of the stitching around the pouch, crotch and sides contrasts with the white nicely, matching the waistband, to highlight the areas of importance.
The pouch is an athletic fitting pouch which would make these perfect for sport.Â I do really like the latest trend of ergonomic pouches, but was quite happy in these due to the stretchiness of the material.Â In addition, I’d prefer the athletic pouch over the ergonomic pouch if my goal for purchasing these included wearing them for sport.
All-in-all, a stylish, macho-sexy trunk.Â I can comfortably recommend these to you, especially for sport.Â 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.Â At Â£12.00 ($19 USD), they’re a pretty good buy.
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Menswear Review Ratings
Size I Wore: L (Iâ€™m a 34â€³ waist)
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