Timoteo_Gym_ScottGardner_LK3_426Timoteo is known for great underwear. One of the newest they have released is the “84” collection. The 84 collection has some new things and a throw back to some classic underwear. It also has a new style in the Timoteo line up. When in Vegas I got to see this collection and it really stood out and I loved it.

The new style is the Hi Cut Brief. It’s sort of a string bikini cut but not quite. It really fits in this line and keeps the super sexy silhouette. The waistband in the series is a thick band. Each one has three colors that matches  the main body and time. Speaking of waistband it has a throw back to the classic jocks and has a label right in the center of the front. I think this is an awesome touch and a homage.

The other two styles are the Athlete Jock and Jock. You maybe asking, whats the difference? The Jock is a very traditional jockstrap. The front looks similar to the Hi Cut brief but the back is a jock. The Athlete Jock is more of a jock brief. Its a bigger cut front with a jock in the back.

Something that really sets this collection off for me is the colors Timoteo used. He used Black, Blue, Red and Purple. That is the main body color. There are other colors in the waistband and trim. I really love his use of the trim contrasts the main color. Then, like I said above, the waistband ties it together. It just POPS!

The material of the 84 collection is a cotton/spandex blend. This fabric will conform to your body and feel great! Its one of the better fabric blends in the world of men’s underwear. Make sure you check the Timoteo sizing guide before buying. They have a different sizing than a lot of brands. XL goes through 36.

The pairs retail for $24 for the Jock and $26 for the Hi Cut and Athlete Jock. Find it at the Timoteo 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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