Fight The Flat in Gigolo Joe II Camo

D.HEDRAL invites men to break ranks from the norm, take charge of their underwear, and join an elite troop, with the launch of a super limited edition 100 piece range of its best-selling Gigolo Joe II style in camouflage!

The iconic Gigolo Joe style with a Y on the rear, designed to improve t and emphasize the natural shape of the wearer’s body, receives a militant make-over for Summer 2017 – each pair boasting an individual camo pattern.


GIGOLO JOE II CAMO (Limited Edition) Briefs: £40 | $60 | €50
80% Cotton / 15% Polyamide / 5% Elastane


D.HEDRAL’s iconic Gigolo Joe design features sporty thermotape accents and bold D.H logo waistband. The hybrid brief is knitted seamlessly using lightweight Italian cotton microfiber and hand-sewn with an elastic waistband for extra support.
The thermotape Y on the rear emphasizes the enhanced silhouette created by patented Angle t Technology for a perfect figure-hugging second skin.


D.HEDRAL was the first brand to offer men’s underwear with t beyond a waistband. Recognizing not all men share the same body shape, D.HEDRAL developed patented AngleFit Technology that ergonomically stretches the fabric on the rear from three points to guarantee perfect t.

This revolutionary concept is engineered into lightweight seamless Italian cotton microfiber fabric to create a figure-hugging Second Skin with improved t and supreme breathability for maximum comfort and freedom of movement.

GIGOLO JOE II boasts a structured support with a Y that vertically has close to zero
elasticity whilst the horizontal stretch is determined by the shape and volume of the bum. This provides unique contoured fabric coverage over the glutes resulting in a visual
enhancement of the natural silhouette.




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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