I will be the first to admit I HATE underwear with a c-ring, pouch strap or any type of other enhancing technology other then a great pouch. With that said I actually selected the N2N Bodywear Titan Sport as a pair I wanted to review. The hopes were high that they would live up to the N2N name for comfort and not let me down and wishing I had chosen another pair.

I wore this pair as underwear rather then a pair of swim. This pair can easily be considered either. I received a size large in white. The Titan is also available in black. The size large fit my 36 waist very easily. N2N is pretty good with having consistent sizing.

The first thing you have to do is put this pair on. It’s not very complicated. You slide on the brief, put your junk through the hole and then bring the pouch up and snap it with three snaps at the top. I was really worried that the snaps would be hard to snap but I didn’t have any issues. My next concern was the bottom of the pouch seemed like it wasn’t holding me in, so I went to work with another pair of underwear just in case I had a wardrobe malfunction.

As the say went on I had very few issues with the pair. It fit really well but not too tight. Take note that you slide everything through the hole and make sure it’s all the way at the base or it will drive you crazy.  I did this and after I adjusted it really fit very well. It honestly really surprised me how well it fit and how much I liked it. At work it was a moderately active day. As the day progressed my fear of a wardrobe malfunction was just that, a fear, because they held me all in place. The snaps came off and stayed in place when needed . There would be nothing worse then having a snap come off midday.

As I mentioned above the sizing is based on US standard sizes. This means the large fit my 36 waist size pretty well.  I have rarely heard sizing issues with N2N. So if you match up your size on their chart you will be fine.

I really liked how the pair fit through out the day. It really fit well and I wouldn’t wear if you don’t want to show off what you have. The pouch pushes up and out everything so you won’t leave much to the imagination. The enhancement maybe a problem if you wear this pair to work. However if you wear it as a swimwear this maybe a bonus for you.  Another great thing is the construction. N2N paid attention to how it would fit a guy and made it so it doesn’t bind or become uncomfortable after extended periods. This leads to the cons, the only one is I would have liked a bigger pouch.

I do plan to wear this as swimwear. There is a pool near me where this pair won’t be shunned but rather encouraged. I will let you know how it goes. I was going to include that on this review but I haven’t been able to get to the pool. Stay tuned for a follow up.


  • Great Design of the pair
  • Enhancing tech isn’t in the way
  • Fit very well and sizing is spot on


  • Have a bigger pouch
  • Could show off more then you intend


  • Daily Fit – 8.5
  • Sizing – 9.5
  • Construction/Materials – 9.5
  • Styling – 9
  • Daily Performance  – 8.5
  • Overall: 9

N2N Bodywear furnished this pair for review. It is available in either black or white from the N2N site for $38.00



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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