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N2N 2010 Collection Freedom Brief – A Men’s Underwear Review

Last week, I wrote a glowing review on N2N's NEW 2010 Twilight Brief.  Today, I have the please of writing a review on N2N's NEW Freedom Brief (UN24).  The two are nearly identical.


The main difference between the two types of underwear is the color palette.  The Twilight Collection uses white, black and heather with a black, grey and yellow waistband whereas the Freedom Collection uses patriotic colors – red, white, and blue.  Both collections are made from the same soft cotton/spandex blend – which means you get a soft ribbed cottony feel without the bagginess of 100% cotton.  The pouch was quite comfortable and formed to my package –  which allowed me to be comfortable all day in these.  


Like the Twilight brief, the Freedom brief has a 1.5″ braided waistband which was soft and comfortable. As I typically find with N2N there was full rear-end coverage – a key comfort factor 


Overall, I found the Freedom Brief to rate the same as the Twilight Brief– a comfortable, masculine men's underwear.  I can confidently recommend these to you and have placed them on my favorites list.  


Reasonably priced at $18 (USD) you can't go wrong, they're a great buy!


Where to buy N2N Bodywear?
N2N's own online store

Keep checking Menswear Review for the latest sales information and reviews on men's underwear and clothing.

RATING SYSTEM:  1=POOR, 3=AVERAGE, 5=SUPERIOR

Overall Rating
5/5
Comfortable and masculine
Style
5/5
Masculine, patriotic, sexy 
Fabric
5/5
Comfortable ribbed cotton blend
Quality
5/5
Always well made

Size I Wore:  M (I'm a 34″ waist)

What do YOU think?  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. John May 3, 2010

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