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Behind the Comfort of Naked Underwear

The brand's name is more than just alluring, it defines the fit and cut especially for men

by David Graver
on 30 June 2016

With a name like Naked, it's easy to have certain expectations of this underwear brand. Alluding to our purest state, Naked does deliver. The cuts utilized in their men's collection (whether you're interested in boxers briefs, trunks or briefs) maximize body shape and physique, but fit is most important. There's a careful closeness that wraps the body without hugging too tightly—especially around the tenderest of areas. Making them even more wearable is the softer-than-expected proprietary fabrics. Comfort (and, of course, cleanliness) should be tantamount to nothing regarding underwear.

Our personal favorites from the men's offerings fall within the Micromodal line. The fabric is eco-friendly, but also is woven with eight percent spandex, for reasonable stretching. The minimal branding also impresses. Brand new from Naked, the Shield Boxer Brief features another proprietary fabric known as Circuitex, which blocks out radio signals (for anyone afraid of having their phone so close to their private parts). But when it comes down to putting underwear on, the most impressive factor here is quick recognition that it's possible to feel like you're wearing nothing while looking your best.

Explore all of Naked Underwear's offerings online, where briefs, trunks and boxer briefs start at $28.

Images courtesy of Naked

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