Junk Underjeans is one of my favorite up-and-coming underwear brands.  I had the opportunity to review a pair of the Deity Natural Boxer Briefs about a year ago and absolutely loved them. They have expanded their collection so much since my first review. You can imagine how happy I was to see a pair of their newest style briefs show up at my door. Two of the best qualities of the Deity boxer brief that I really enjoyed was the fabric and the fit. I had big expectations for these new briefs.

I received the Skyline Brief in a size medium to review. The first thing that I noticed was the bright red embroidered logo on the waistband.  Embroidered waistbands are not something that is typically seen in men’s underwear. I really liked the contrast that the bright red logo had on the black brief. It really made a great first impression.  The other thing I noticed was the black screen print over the 97% cotton and 3% spandex fabric. I am not a fan of this design effect. If you read my Gigo UK World Cup review, you’ll read that screen printing on undies is not my favorite but these were briefs. I wasn’t sure if I would have the same concern. This brief, like all Junk Underjeans undies, also comes with their signature J Logo zip fly. Overall, the briefs looked fantastic.

When I first put on the Skyline Briefs, I immediately had a flash back to the Gigo UK Trunk. I like when a company puts a little spandex into the material because it gives it a little extra stretch. However, when you decide to screen print over the fabric, it doesn’t allow it to stretch as it would if there were no screen printing.  On the positive side, Junk Underjeans made this brief with enough room even though the brief didn’t stretch and contour like I prefer, there was still enough room for everything to fit comfortably.  This brief also has the signature J Logo zip fly. For those of you that are worried about a zipper that close, not to worry, Junk Underjeans has a great fabric panel that provides a great safety zone between your undies and your “junk”.

Overall, I really liked these undies. I probably wouldn’t recommend them for extended wear, but they are fun and very sexy. The embroidered waistband is a great addition and something that makes Junk Underjeans that much more unique. I would recommend these for anyone looking for some fun, sexy, and night-out-on-the-town undies.

Fit 3
Materials 4
Put Together 5
Look 5
Daily Wear 3
Overall 4.0

You can see these and the entire Junk Underjeans collection on their website.  Junk Underjeans provided me with these undies 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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