jsc-nasty-pig-knockout-1Nasty Pig’s “Knockout Brief” recently returned to market after being out of production for many years. The fabric, composed of 95% cotton and 5% spandex, offers a conforming fit with enough flexibility and movement to remain comfortable throughout your day.

Compared with other high-end briefs, Nasty Pig’s creation fits nicely within its market niche. The leg gatherings are stitched well. The colorful 1.5 inch waistband boldly identifies the brand in front, but the moniker is not repeated (which is a subtle detail indicative of extra care in the design). The pouch is not as initially generous as those found in N2NBodywear or Andrew Christian Products, but the cotton-spandex fabric provides sufficient stretch that wearing remains quite comfortable throughout a long day.

Speaking of wear, I’ve personally worn this brief three different times. Each time the backside stayed where it was supposed to stay. I never felt the need to adjust after sitting, standing, climbing stairs, or walking the dog. The fabric does an excellent job of wicking sweat away from the body. The light, primary coloring adds a degree of levity, but the “Nasty Pig” waistband lets whomever sees know that your sense of frivolity also has a sexy, dark side.

This brief retails for $29.00 at www.jockstrapcentral.com and other locations. I purchased mine during a recent sale. The size large perfectly fit my 33-inch waist. The brief’s cut is more conservative than what I would typically wear when I’m not at work, and that subjective factor constitutes my only criticism of the garment. It is, by my account, excellent value for your money.

Review Summary:

  • Daily Fit:     10+
  • Sizing:         10
  • Material:      10
  • Styling:        8 (subjective)
  • Daily Wear:  10
  • Overall:     9.67

Find this pair at Jockstrap Central. 

This is a guest post by Osgon, an amazing reader and occasional guest poster to the blog. Note post contains an affiliate sales link.


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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