I have to admit that this is my first pair of C-IN2, and I’m ashamed to admit that, because I’ve been missing out on some great underwear. Probably the biggest thing is the form factor. The Punt. When I first got these, I thought they were a brief, then when I put them on, I figured they would go down to a boxer brief length, but the ended halfway. It’s something I’ve never seen before, and it’s something I would like to see much more often.

The Bamboo has quite a few ingredients, the largest of which is the 69% Rayon (The Bamboo) then the usual 29% Cotton, and 2% Spandex. All those come together for a quite comfy pair, something that always finds itself back to the top of the draw much faster than the other pairs. The way they look is also another amazing thing too, the simplicity makes them seem so much more dashing, a definite plus.

Like all the other pairs, I put them through the daily test, and they passed with flying colors. They don’t ride up, they feel uncomfortable at all, and there is great front and rear support. The rear support is something to talk about too. It’s great, it’s really, really comfortable, and if you’re as concerned about the rear support as you are about the front, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. To sum it up, if you’re looking or something different for your drawers, not to mention different for your body, give the Bamboo Punt a try, you won’t be disappointed.

Materials 5
Put Together 5
Look 5
Daily Wear 5
Overall 5

You can get the Bamboo Punt from Fresh Pair.com. A full range of sizes is available from S-XL in black and white, and there are also several other styles of the Bamboo range.

FreshPair.com provided me with this pair of underwear to review.


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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