2015First we have to thank all our sponsors who made this shoot possible. They are Macondo Trading (Clever, Pikante, Ergowear & Candyman), Cocksox, N2N Bodywear, Jack Adams, Junk Underjeans, Bülge Clothing, Yocisco and BearSkn. Our models are Chandler, Drew, Wes, Damien and Pat. Our amazing photographer was Taylor Campbell. It was shot at Maps Studio in the Atlanta are!

To buy a pair click the link on the name of the pair. You will be taken to that brands official site to buy!

Macondo Trading – Clever Moda


Clever has some hot new styles and prints this season

Macondo Trading – Ergowear


Ergowear is known for it’s amazing pouch that gives great support and awesome fabric

Macondo Trading – Candyman


Candyman is known for their fun styles and sexy fabrics/cuts.

Macondo Trading – Pikante

Pikante has some awesome prints and some super sexy pairs in this collection





Cocksox is known for their awesome pouch, fun colors and sexy styling

N2N Bodywear


N2N Bodywear makes underwear that ranges from classic to super sexy.

Jack Adams


Jack Adams has a new designer and a new look that has given them a new look!

Junk UnderJeans


Junk UnderJeans is making amazing new pairs such as the Junk X and more!

BüLGE Clothing


BüLGE Clothing makes perfect underwear for working out with these super comfy shirts and boxer briefs



BearSkn makes underwear for guys of all sizes, everyone should feel super sexy!



YOCISCO started making amazing jocks and now have made some amazing briefs.

We have tons more pics we will be sharing as Brief Distractions and on our social media accounts! So make sure you like us on each!

Thanks to all the brands, models, photographers and people who helped make this guide amazing

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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

1 Comment

  1. Jake Pruitt Reply

    First of all, kudos to the models and photographer on a great job.
    Visually, the guide is great, and it’s interesting to see where the different brands are headed, style-wise. Sort of the point of the guide, right? So far, so good.
    Unfortunately, the other trend I’m seeing the brands follow has to do with the pricing.
    By my count, there are 40 pairs of underwear here. The highest price is $38.00, and the lowest price is $19.48. The average for this guide comes out to $26.62.

    UNB has taken steps recently to show more “everyday” guys in their photos in order to more accurately reflect the average reader. I only wish UNB felt the same about showing underwear that fits the average budget as well. Perhaps my partner and I are outside of the norm on this, but $20 and up for a single pair of underwear is nowhere near what we would even consider paying.

    Price-wise, this site is less and less a reflection of me as a consumer, which is why I mostly just scroll past UNB in my newsfeeds and social media feeds with no more than a passing glance to appreciate the photos that accompany the content.

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