It’s time to come clean!  I have to confess that this is my first time experiencing any product from N2N Bodywear.  Yes, I’m a virgin.  That’s as far as I’ll take this confession.  Receiving both the cotton pouch brief along with the matching v neck t-shirt was a double treat.

Upon first inspection, this ensemble first triggered the thought of pure luxury.  This is not to imply expensive (because their price point is on target) but rather in the sense of total comfort, weightlessness, and classic styling.  After wearing for a full day, I was totally on key with my initial impression.  Guys, these are the most comfortable and amazingly shear yet form fitting briefs and matching t-shirt that I’ve experienced in years.  It’s seldom when you find both that complement your body and meet expectations; it’s generally a mixed bag.  In this case, however, I was completely satisfied with the construction, the enhancing pouch in the brief, and the overall comfort this silhouette set provides.

As mentioned in previous reviews, I typically don’t gravitate toward briefs, but you can’t help falling in love with these because they feel incredibly soft and lightweight.  Based on my skin tone, I’m not a total fan of the color, which they call violet ice; however, I can totally see the v-neck  paired underneath a smart sports jacket along with a pair of dark washed jeans giving a classic and yet stylish and sporty look. This line does come available in other colors including burnt orange, navy, black, white, and golden mist.  There’s plenty of visual diversity for everyone!

If you like the freedom of movement combined with support and sexy, pouch enhancing designs, this line is not doubt for you.  With a mixed blend of 90% extremely sheer and soft cotton and 10% spandex, you simply can’t go wrong.  Give them a try!

Personal scoring as follows:

Fit: 4.5
Materials: 5.0
Construction: 5.0
Look: 4.5
Daily Wear: 4.0
Overall: 4.6

These briefs were provided by N2N BodyWear and can be purchased from their website at


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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