I was lucky enough to receive a package of a few pairs of C-IN2. One of the pairs was the Yoga Plan Short.  Have you ever wanted a pair that moves with you? Well this line was made for yoga and should be able to bend and stretch into any position you can get into.  I have tried many other sports brands and they never really kept their form through out the day.

I put these through their paces at work.  When I put them on hoping that they would keep their shape. Like I said many times before, a few other brands the legs stretch, ride up and make me want to take them off as fast as I put them on. The material is 86 Nylon; 14 Spandex blend, when I put it on it felt great. It wasn’t too tight and restraining but rather felt just right. The short also has a wider waistband then the usual C-IN2, about 2 inches thick. The short really held its place through out the entire day.  Honestly it felt like I wasn’t wearing underwear at all. This is saying something since when I wear boxer briefs they are usually noticeable some how though out the day.

There is only one con to the entire pair that is not a defined pouch. A few times through out the day I noticed it but it was pretty rare. Part of me wondered if this is done this way due to construction. I don’t think you could have a defined pouch and have the great fit. It’s only a minor complaint.

Here is the area where it really impressed me. I wore the pair to bed. If you are like a regular brief guy like me , wearing a boxer brief to bed could be horrible. However, this pair didn’t ride up when I slept. Its rare I wear a review pair to bed. C-IN2 has made a really great pair of underwear. I wouldn’t recommend it for daily wear but if you’re big time into yoga or other similar activities then I can almost guarantee you will love them.  They are a little pricey but is about the same price as some of the other sports underwear on the market. The higher end UnderArmour and Nike.


  • Amazing fit
  • Great construction
  • Feels like you aren’t wearing underwear


  • No defined pouch
  • Could be pricey for every day wear


  • Fit – 4.5
  • Materials – 5
  • Construction – 5
  • Look – 4.5
  • Daily Wear – 4.5
  • Overall – 4.7


C-IN2 furnished these for review. They can be found in black and blue for $60 on the C-IN2 website .


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

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