There’s nothing like slipping into a new, fresh of white briefs, which I did today with my new pair of Todger low crotch white briefs. Holy smokes – these are these sports cars of men’s white briefs fashion. Not only do they look hot, but they’ve got some great stuff under the hood that makes them comfortable and sensible.
Leave it to the French to make a pair of undies that are not only fashionable but are still true to a classic fit.
My favorite part is the waistband; it’s actually red on the inside with the logo on the outside, but the red actually blends through, making the waistband a very cute and sexy pink! Tres chic! It’s one of those good waistbands that is nice and thick and stretchy with loads of support without being overbearing.
If you note in the photo, the styling on the sides over the leg is a bit of a sports brief yet not too short of a cut. I think it would suit those of you who are more into sports briefs as well as you traditional briefs fans.
The crotch is fantastic; it’s got a double-panel front running from the sides, which gives support but also gives that really stylish line on the side. It is a pouch-style brief and the best pouch front briefs ever – I only had known of Munsingwear and Jockey up to this point, but these give you the lift, support, and comfort of a pouch brief WITH the fashion. Absolutely perfect – this is one of the highest selling points.
You don’t need a killer ass like that to look good in Todger white briefs [but it helps ] The material is 97% cotton, 3% elastic and is stitched in a very tight weave so not only do you get some support but also a bit of lift too! They’re quite thin, which is typical of French underwear I’d say, which makes these great for the gym and wearing under tight clothing.
With an image like that, I hope you’re ready to slip into your own pair of Todger white briefs. You can get your pair now over at the Todger website. With the adorable pink waistband, the lean and mean styling, and the world’s best pouch front support, what are you waiting for?