We all have a venturous side and some like to push the boundaries more than others.  It’s evident that the manufacturer, Junk Underjeans, is taking underwear to the next level with their innovative collection called, Rebel. If you’re not familiar with this brand than you’re not alone.  This was the first time I tried out a pair of the trunks which they refer to as Underjeans.  According to Junk, they are designed with the intent of wearing under your jeans yet visible out of the tops of your jeans or simply after the jeans come off.

Upon initial inspection, you’ll notice that these are well constructed and carry a slightly heavier weight of combined fabrics than the traditional trunk. They are a mixed blend of 97% cotton and 3% Spandex. This particular pair, called Fiction Royal, is a distressed abstract printed graphic foil print with the signature ‘J’ logo zipper…yes, I said zipper.

Amazingly enough, I didn’t find the zipper a distraction, which could be contributed to the fact that they include a solid cotton panel inside the trunk between the zipper and the pouch.  This provides an easy access fly without damaging the goods.  These were extremely comfortable and supportive in all the right places…no arguments here.   However, I’m not a fan of foil print and don’t expect it to last after multiple washes.

If you’re looking for a creative, edgy, yet comfortable pair of trunks, you should seriously consider this brand.  I don’t think you’ll be disappointed and why not show off our wild, uninhibited side now and then!

Personal scoring as follows:

Fit: 4.5
Materials: 4.5
Construction: 4.5
Look: 3.5
Daily Wear: 4.5
Overall: 4.3

These trunks were provided by Junk Underjeans and can be purchased at their following website: http://www.junkunderjeans.com


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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