heroIf you are reading this blog, then you also subscribe to the philosophy that underwear should be fun. You aren’t the kind of guy who just buys tighty whities, but something that expresses your personality. This includes color, fit and style. The new Cabana collection is one “inspired by the tropics.” Which means you can expect bright bold colors.

I personally love that color is making a come back big time this year! I’m not talking the usual suspects, rather really bright colors such as oranges, purples and yellows. This collection really is for the guy who wants to wear something that will let you express himself through his underwear.

The colors in this collection are: White, Purple Horizon Stripe, Classic Blue Stripe, Lake, Bright Purple Stripe, Bright Purple, Scott Red Stripe, Shocking Pink, Orange, Cabana Stripe and Radiant Pink Horizon Stripe. To see these colors you need to go to the 2(X)ist website and see them all. If you have a chance to go to a store, I suggest that over web shopping. This is said because these are the kind of undies that pictures will not do justice.

The next thing I love is the striped waistband. They accent the stripe or solid fabric of the undies. Waistbands are often the most over looked part of a pair of underwear. The waist band literally tops off the underwear. It can add to the appeal or really turn me off. If the waistband looks like an afterthought I usually won’t like the pair over all. The Cabana, waistband, you can tell, is one area that 2(X)ist really paid attention to and wanted to make a statement.

One last thing you maybe asking is what styles are these available in? The two styles are the No-Show Brief and No-Show Trunk. The brief retails for $18 and the Trunk is $24. Since these are from 2(X)ist the fit and sizing will be standard and you won’t get any surprises. These are mandatory for any color lover! Find these and more at the 2(x)ist 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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