I will admit that I’m a huge fan of N2N Bodywear.  I got my first pair last year when we reviewed that style.  I fell in love with the brand.  They create some really great stuff and are never afraid of color.  I loved the Mojave and Luxe briefs I received.  When they sent us a huge box, I got excited.  This box was a good 12x12x12.  When you get a box that size, you begin to wonder what is in it.  I greedily opened it and the underwear jackpot was hit.

They sent us about eight pairs of swimwear for our swimwear guide (coming out this month) and a few pairs for me and the other guys on the team.  It was a total SCORE!  The first pair I tried was the Freedom Trunk.  When I first opened the package, it looked more like a brief.  I thought, “Maybe I have the brief by mistake.”  I opened the brief as well and noticed the brief was much smaller.  I put them on and wore them for the entire day.

Something that stood out to me was that they are a loose knit.  I was used to very form fitting undies and wondered if I got a size larger.  I believe these are made to fit that way.  They fit me fine, but I was expecting more support.  I was concerned that wearing them through the day would cause them to become looser fitting and lose their form.  This was certainly not the case.  They didn’t stretch out and they didn’t bunch up.  You know what can happen when underwear becomes loose and no longer have their desired shape.

Another thing I love about these are the colors.  N2N has never been afraid of using color and the pair I received was blue.  I am definitely going to give them another try.  If a pair doesn’t fit me like I think it should, I try them again to see if my opinion changes.

Fit 4
Materials 5
Construction 5
Look 4
Daily Wear 4
Overall 5

These trunks were provided for reviewing by N2N Bodywear.  You can purchase them directly from the N2N site!

Author

Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years

2 Comments

  1. I'm starting to notice how the terms “boxer brief”, “trunk” and so on start to merge. I mean, from the photos I would classify this style as a regular brief, bordering on a square cut, rather than a trunk. Or is it just me?

  2. I'm starting to notice how the terms “boxer brief”, “trunk” and so on start to merge. I mean, from the photos I would classify this style as a regular brief, bordering on a square cut, rather than a trunk. Or is it just me?

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