Thong Thursday is about celebrating thongs! But it’s not always about classic thongs. In the last year bodysuits for men are seeing an increase in popularity. Not just ones for working out but, ones for everyday wear. This includes having a thong back. More and more of these suits are ditching the reg back and going for a thong!

The company on the forefront of the Bodysuit is BodyAware. One of the thong backed suits they have is the Yoga Thong Bodysuit.  The official description is:

Our all-in-one bodysuit is designed with a thong seat and racer back. Sleekly sexy, constructed of super soft and smooth sports fabric, that will slim and display your masculine profile at its best. Perfect for yoga or any sport. Thong back with no opening between legs.

This suit can be worn working out or under casual clothes. I wouldn’t recommend it for work. The one thing above that makes that point is “no opening between legs.” This makes it difficult to go to the bathroom. You must remove it to go! For a casual day this may not be an issue but at work, it may prove difficult. You don’t want to have removed all your clothes! If you want to wear one to work look for one with an opening between legs. BodyAware does have several of them.

This would, however, be awesome for the gym. You can wear it under shorts or runners. I know we have quite a few readers who would love this at the gym or to work out in. The best thing is that it’s available in 5 different colors. Black, blue, pink, red and yellow! If you want to try a bodysuit we suggest you check out this and other ones BodyAware has to offer.

COLORS: Black, blue, pink, red and yellow
FABRIC: 85% Nylon/15% Spandex
SIZES: Small – XX-Large
COST: $38.95

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. I’ve never tried a bodysuit, but since I like thongs I’m very intrigued by this. Seems like it would work great in the gym. I’ll check it out!

  2. I’ve worn thong bodysuits for many years; mostly men’s dance leotards. I prefer the type without a crotch opening personally as they’re much more comfortable, but have owned both types (currently have a Doreanse one with pop studs). Although they’re always nice for casual wear I’ve found that the cotton-lycra material most are made of isn’t ideal for exercise as it soaks up sweat and retains it. This suit is microfibre and wicks away any moisture. I’ve found it perfect under tights for running: really comfy. I’ll definitely be buying a couple more of these. I’ve not yet tried it for yoga, but I’m sure it’ll be ideal: the cut is very comfortable and although a thong the legs are not cut too high which from experience is good as bodysuits tend to ride up during stretches causing inadvertent whale-tail in yoga classes!

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