Most supportive underwear?

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by doctorweredying, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. doctorweredying

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    hey guys, i was just wondering what you think are the most supportive kinds of underwear. particularly something you could find without having to order from online.

    im looking for something that has a big pouch and lifts my stuff up and away from me.
     
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    Hey I recently asked the exact same question. Peaceful_Kancer is very knowledgable about this (you shd PM him), and he gave me a number of leads. I ordered 2 pair of Bamboo C2C briefs, and theyre amazing. They really do exactly what we both want -- they feel great (your stuff isnt squished) and they kinda feature your bulge by bringing it up and out. NOt as cheap as dept store underwear but worth every penny.
     
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    Hi! If You want a supportive underwear, I would recommend Ergowear; You may even choose the size of the pouch. I´ve got a pair of briefs and trunks and I wouldn't wear anything else, anymore :) Brand named CockSox is same kind and it has a good pouch also.
     
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    Another vote for Cin2 bamboo low rise briefs. CK body briefs (low rise are also very nice!)
     
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    SUPPORTIVE???? My Underwear has NEVER paid my rent or given me advice.
     
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    I second the motion for ergowear...it's the best underwear i've ever worn. Pouched boxerbriefs.

    www.ergowear.com
     
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    You know what's funny to me about the OP's question? Back in July 2007 I was also shopping on the Internet for supportive underwear, but nothing constricting that would pinch or chafe. I came across this one website that included customer reviews of underwear. I found this one pair that seemed to be what I was looking for, and the customer reviews supported that impression. One reviewer wrote that he had heard about the style from lpsg.org and that after buying a pair himself he was very please.

    "What's lpsg.org?" I wondered to myself. So I looked.

    Large Penis Support Group

    When I finished laughing, I couldn't help but to look around a bit, and quickly discovered that there were several threads on interest to me. So, to my surprise, I ended up joining the site, and writing a couple of replies to some interesting threads. I got so distracted, I never did get back to my underwear shopping, but I've been coming to lpsg almost every day for over a year now.

    doctorweredying, you said you would prefer not to order underwear online. Do you have a Target near you? If so, I like their Merona line of underwear and C9 by Champion. They are made out of a very thin, light, soft cotton, similar to the fabric used for Calvin Klein underwear. They probably can't compete against some of the more high-end brands other posters have mentioned, but they're cheaper and easier to obtain. If you like them, great. I you don't, you're only out about $10 and can then move on to some of the higher-end brands.

    These have a nice pouch and show off your bulge really well. (This model must be a eunuch. Maybe I'll take a pic of myself wearing them so that you can see what they look like on a real man.)
    Merona® Cotton/Lycra Boxer Briefs 2-pk. : Target

    Because these are long, they don't ride up as much and don't pinch or chafe in the groin.
    C9 by Champion® Cotton Boxer Briefs 2-pk. : Target
     
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    I prefer Under Armour compression shorts or long boxer jocks.
     
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    These are what I'm talking about. I apologize for the blurriness of the pics; my webcam sucks.
     

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    A Under armour jock is handsdown the best for me then comes a mueller then trufit for daily wear
     
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    The Pouch by Jockey works for me
     
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    A bit smaller? A lot smaller! The mediums are like wearing a size between small and medium, if not downright small.
     
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    tru-fit jock ..period
     
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    In order of preference, Unico, Ergowear and N2N for me.
     
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    Check out my gallery. E2u brand custom pouch.
     
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