I got Piss & Vinegar out of the blue for review! I opened the door and there was a big box outside my door. I thought it maybe was something for the Swimwear guide we just did, but upon opening them, I was shocked to find about 6-7 pairs of Piss & Vinegar!

The Pair I’m going to review is the Limitless Brief. Upon opening them the first thing that struck me was the color. It was a bright green. Granted green is my favorite color but I never would have thought of this color for a pair of underwear. They were kind of a cross between neon and lime green. I thought they were really fun. If you notice a trend here I love fun underwear. Yes I have some traditional briefs and such, although I don’t think I have many tighty whities, actually I don’t think I had any recently. I have some white pouch briefs but no true Tighty Whities.

I put them on and they felt really great. They look like tighty whites in their styling, but the material really fit me well. I remember saying to myself, “WOW these feel good” They are made out of 95% Cotton and 5% spandex/Elastane/Lycra. Which really felt great through out the day.

Have you ever worn a pair of underwear you didn’t want to take off? Well this pair was one of those. It just felt so good that when it came time, I wanted to wear them for another day. But you’ll be glad to know I didn’t. This one for sure will go in my top underwear drawer. They will go into heavy rotation and I will wear them often.

The creator of this line is Jason Southernland who created Ginch Gonch. I will way he’s outdone himself with this one. The line if colorful fun and hope to see it around for a long time to come

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

These were furnished for review and you can purchase them directly from the Piss & vinegar 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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