Unless you’ve got the right kind of mirrors, the hardest angle to see yourself in your new men’s underwear is directly from the rear. Which is why British website Deadgoodundies.com, which has been serving the world with male underwear and swimwear since 2007, shoots from all angles when new stock arrives.

In the second part of our Rear View review, DGU reveals new products (https://www.deadgoodundies.com/new-in), colours and an updated favourite – all men’s thongs and strings that dress a man’s behind so delightfully.

As Deadgoodundies buyer Adam Davies tells UNB: “It has never mattered what’s been on trend, on the runway, or on the high street, men’s tiny strings and thongs have always, always been the top choice for DGU online customers. And the smaller they are, the better they’ve sold!”

The rear view isn’t just about a pair of peachy buttocks, it’s about how much fabric is visible, where that sits and how the design develops round the front. Male string underwear really does have to fit and support perfectly, and that fine strap between bum cheeks plays a vital role in making the pouch, and its contents, look and feel their best.

String aficionados know that the ultra sexy Joe Snyder collection always has more and something new to offer when it comes to male strings. Including the Sexiest line which lives up to the name with a shimmering silver design – contrast mesh fabric forms the thong back and lines an enhancing pouch.

Joe Snyder Tanga Thong SXT-02 £23.00

Adjust to fit – at the front. Manstore’s beautiful, glistening wet look men’s swimwear thong comes in black, silver or turquoise. This has a fine, fixed T-string back and a pouch you can narrow, or otherwise, as the mood takes you.

Manstore M861 Beach Micro Pouch String £30.00

Unlike many stores, Deadgoodundies.com stocks swimwear all year round. Including this beach thong, always available in navy blue, bright red or black, plus this season two summer colours that have sold out fast. This is an updated version of an Olaf Benz favourite, now with more stretch.

Olaf Benz BLU 1200 Sun String £35.00

Just when you thought ergonomic underwear couldn’t look sexier – along come three new colours in Ergowear’s super boosting string. Feels like silk, the waistband has a subtle shimmer and matt lettering, and the colours? Pastel pink Gatsby, darkest grey Soho and silvery Chrysler.

Ergowear MAX XV Thong £23.00

Something a bit different for HOM’s famous featherlight men’s underwear thong – new khaki and Bordeaux, taking the palette to eight colours. (The same new colours are also offered in the Freddy string which starred in Rear View Part I)

HOM Plume G-string £17.00

Camo as you have never seen it before – with tyres, skulls, computer code, handcuffs and lions on this silky male thong. Bruno Banani’s prints never cease to inspire.

Bruno Banani Wild Camouflage String £19.50

WANT MORE? Deadgoodundies’ informative Blog has a feature about buying and wearing men’s thongs and male string underwear: https://www.deadgoodundies.com/2019/03/are-mens-thongs-getting-more-popular/


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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