C4M Underwear furnished this pair for review. The opinions are that of the reviewer.

Daily Fit – 9
Sizing – 5
Construction/Materials – 8
Styling – 9
Daily Performance – 9
Overall – 8.0

Nice fabric and soft waistband
Great cut and fun colors available

Sizing runs way too small
Expensive ($30+ shipping)

A new brand for me to try this time around – C4M, which stands for Cut for Men. They’re very unique, opening in 2018 by a designer from Mexico who currently lives in France. They offer the standard cuts – brief, trunk and boxer brief but they also make a longer leg style called biker. T-shirts and tanks are also available.

I was pleased with the soft waistband and fabric (95% cotton, 5% Elastane) as well as the sexy cut. These look like a sporty brief but are cut small enough to not be basic. There is also a pouch where you can insert a pad to increase your bulge. (sold separately for $9) However, as soon as I pulled them on, I knew they wouldn’t last me the whole day.

Sizing runs VERY small, and I would absolutely recommend going a size up. The cut is, but they were so tight that my package was pretty much squished flat. I did try to insert the pad to see how it looked, but that makes them even tighter! It does increase the size of your bulge but not very much, so if you were looking for a bit more than you naturally pack, it might be useful. If you love to really show off, this pad wouldn’t fit the bill.

I would like to try another pair of these briefs in a larger size because there is plenty to love. Nice fabric and cut along with a great assortment of colors, which many brands don’t bother with. I appreciate options other than black, white, and gray! I would say give these a try because they have the potential to be a great, everyday pair. My ratings are based on getting the correct size.

Pair: C4M Briefs
Color: Black, white, blue, grey, aqua, pink, cherry, or violet
Fabric: 95% Cotton / 5% Elastane
Sizes: Small – X-Large
Price: $30.00


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