- Patented Separate Pouches: Position your penis in the slot that advertise ‘independent, so it’s pointing upwards and downwards, and has room to ‘breathe’ (we think that’s shown by the steam rising out of the penis), and your testicles go in a instant moisture-wicking Bamboo Rayon pouch.
- Premium Fabric: Ultra soft, breathable and instant moisture-wicking Bamboo Rayon provides great comfort for your private parts along with a feather-touching wearing experience.
- Material Composition: 95% Bamboo Rayon + 5% Elastane
- Washing Instructions: These underwears are machine washable, please set the washing machine in gentle cycle with cold water (≤40℃) or wash by hand.
- Additional Crotch: Designed with an extra gusset under pouches to help enlarging the crotch for more rooms and ensuring comfort and fitness while reducing friction. It also features a functional fly for easy go when natural calls
- Stay-put Waistband: Durable and stretchy waistband ranges 35mm for more comfortable wearing experience as it won't slip or leave a mark.
- Non-chafing inseam: Well fitted inseam leg lenghth (2.5 inches / 6.5 inches) avoids rolling up and scartches, offering you the best performance for all day.
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The inovative separation of cock and balls is a wonder to behold. No longer do I suffer the awkward and sometimes painful phenomenon of scrambled eggs when taking a seat in excess haste. The old chap is neatly annexed and supported away from his erstwhile partners in crime which leaves an immeasurable sense of refreshing coolness around the neathers in addition to unrivalled support and protection.
The fabric is soft and silk-like and the fit is snug and supporting without being constrictive. Beyond doubt, these are the most comfortable pants I have ever owned and cannot for the life of me imagine why mankind has not developed this ground breaking technology earlier... I would expect this to have been discovered somewhere between fire and the wheel.
The only downside I can see is that a single pack contains only 3 pairs, leaving a 4 day deficit for the week and gentlemen, be warned, this technology only works one way, so the traditional method of flipping them inside out to wring out an extra day of wearable will not work! I therefore recommend buying 3 packs to ensure coverage for a full week with some extra left over for any unforseen mishaps.
Truly a gift from the gods.
As underwear, they are by far the most awkward and uncomfortable I've ever worn.
There is a reason I say "as underwear", which I'll get to in a minute.
First lets cover the positives, as there's only two of them. The fabric is incredibly soft and silky feeling. They also appear to be very well made with lovely stitching and finishing.
According to the leaflet in the box, these have a support pouch because without support gravity can pull everything down which can be uncomfortable and lead to varicocele.
They also say as each anatomical part has it's own separate space, it helps keep everything cool, reduces friction and moisture build-up which also means no more adjustments.
I think I must have been wearing different underwear.
So first things first, I'll admit, having bits in pouches, bits stuck through holes, there was always going to be some odd sensations and a bit of a learning curve.
As far as support goes, there wasn't any. The fabric is lovely and soft and stretchy, which by definition means, no real support. so after putting them on, the first thing you notice is everything moves. In fact it moves about the same amount as if you weren't wearing any underwear at all. (I now see what they really mean when they say you'll forget you're wearing underwear.) I actually found everything tended to move more than not wearing underwear. Having things in two different pouches also meant they could move in two different directions at the same time, which is a decidedly unsettling sensation.
I also found that the front pouch that you have to fill via the hole... Well it tends to pull the contents up and out, so there's nothing subtle about the look. The pouch is also far wider than anyone could possibly need, but not all that long, so depending on the exact design of your undercarriage, you may or may not find the sizes suitable.
Add to this the waist level. If you wear them closer to your hips, like normal underwear, you're going to have gaps and loos fabric around the groin and gusset, so more flapping, and more adjustments. They seem to be designed to be pulled up closer to the navel, which does mean they fit nicely, and gives a slight amount of support (until the move) but also means the contents of the two pouches is thrust up and out even further, which will limit the type of pants you can wear, unless you want everyone you meet to be addressing your crotch instead of your face.
Speaking of wearing pants. The front pouch is only a single layer of fabric thick, so depending on the amount of stretch required to hold everything, they can become ever so slightly see-thru. Probably not a major issue in underwear, but something to be aware of. The larger issue of this, thin fabric, single layer whilst everything is pushed up and out, it does mean that the delicate parts of the front pouch get to be left at the perfect angle to rub against your trouser seams, which then means everyone around you gets to see exactly where all the blood is heading to investigate the source of this constant stimulation.
Between the pouch system and the very soft fabric, these suffer from the same issues as other types of underwear, there's every bit as much adjusting involved because things tend to wander off and don't stay where you left them, it doesn't take a whole lot of movement before you find the legs have moved up, the waist has moved down and you end up looking like you're wearing trunk style whilst feeling like you're wearing a thong. So if anything there's more adjusting involved, none of which can be done subtly in public. (although I'll admit, I'm not sure any adjustments in that area can ever be considered all that subtle).
At the beginning I kept saying "as underwear". Other than having to keep correcting the legs and waist, they are actually very nice to use for low impact activities like yoga, Pilates or Tai Chi when performed alone so you don't have to wear anything over them.
I gave them the benefit of the doubt and re-ordered in size L. These do fit well, and in terms of overall comfort they seem fine.
I do still have a problem with the design. On a warm day in a relaxed state, I am about four inches. If I pop myself into the front pouch, the immediate effect is fine. It's all a bit front and centre, but there's wriggle room. Put on a pair of reasonably tight jeans, for a while it's ok walking around. The first time I squat down to pick up something, however, it immediately withdraws from the front pouch into the back one. This happens every time. I've tried partly stitching up the hole (which is way too big as designed) ( if you disagree, lucky you...) to fit my anatomy more precisely, but this makes it fiddly to get into the pants and only improves things for a short while. Nice idea, but just not working for me.
I did find that the set I bought were a bit small, not everything stayed in place (the problems of a larger man, lucky me) and I am going to try a larger size.The fabric is lovely and soft, it washes well, they stay in shape and on long car rides or plane journeys, with a good wiggle to make sure everything is in place, they really work. A side effect of this underwear is that they bring the crown jewels into a more visually prominent position and for many chaps, this may not be judged a disadvantage, it is noticeable.
Don't be put off by the design, putting them on is simple. For me is just a case of pulling them on, a little adjustment and everything's in place, and it stays there all day. It's winter right now, but i haven't had a case of betty swallocks so far; I'll have to wait and see how they cope with hot weather later next year. And time will tell how many washes they'll survive? My usual Under armour pants last more than a year, we'll see how these do.