I have written an article in the past for Candyman. It was the seaman brief with the chain and anchor pattern. I loved the fit of that selection. This brief, known only as the 9525 brief, failed to deliver that same great fit.
The overall look of the brief is great. I can definitely see the sex appeal it would create. Actually, just before writing this article, a very handsome gentleman I’m acquainted with put them on for a little modeling session. I have to say with his skin tone, his lovely Italian body hair, and his great build, this pair of underwear looked fantastic and would easily take the breath away from any onlooker. The pouch, generously filled….the rear, greatly accentuated.
But, I digress. When I wore the brief, its construction seemed a bit far fetched. The back wasn’t as uncomfortable as the front. There is a stretchable seam that runs from the top of the pouch under and up to the waistband in the back. The seam sits neatly in the crack, but it irritates the manly parts in the pouch. It basically tells your rod, “Hey, pick a side!” For those men who are more endowed, the seam will serve as a nice attribute as it allows the pouch to expand outward. I felt it to be unnecessary for me and a cause for irritation. As with a previously reviewed pair of underwear, these briefs had to be taken off before I arrived back home.
The brief is made of 90% nylon and 10% Spandex, making a nice stretchy and smooth combination. The waistband is 1.5 inches (3.81 cm) and doesn’t cut in at all. That’s always good! Not taking the seam into consideration, the brief feels awesome. It is definitely a brief I would love to feel against me all day.
You can try this design along with many others from the Candyman website at www.candymanfashion.com.
This pair was furnished by Candyman for review.