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  • Thursday, 23 May 2019 12:43:02

    Let's be up front, men like sexy underwear - for themselves.

    Call it sexy, sensual, naughty or just nice, a man's underwear can feel and look wickedly attractive. And the trend for male lingerie goes way beyond lace.
    Deadgoodundies.com stocks several brands offering undies that fall firmly, and flirtatiously, into the sexy category. Many DGU customers appreciate being able to shop and ship in total privacy online because the website only sends plain parcels.

    "Sexy, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. Also in this case the wearer," smiles Deadgoodundies' founder Adam Davies. "Some of our male thongs and strings, briefs and even boxers are overtly sexy, while others need to be worn to appreciate their bedroom potential."

    Tiny underwear for men has always been a huge hit with shoppers visiting DGU, which ships to over 80 countries around the world.


    "Men's sexy lace underwear isn't the only option, there's pure and manmade silk undies, sexy bikini briefs to sexy bodies, because sometimes less is more, and sometimes more is sexier!" Adam adds.

    Fabrics like lace, mesh, leather and rubber effects, sheer and transparent materials are the obvious choices, often with carefully positioned cut-outs exposing skin (and more). Styles with rivets, zips or quick release stripper clips are openly erotic, but one man's metallic is another guy's sequin. Often, very special effects are created with extra straps, a mixture of see-through and opaque panels, or sensual exposure of the bum or genitals.

    "Reveal or disguise, enhance or lay bare, the choice is down to the individual, and perhaps their intended audience?" says Adam, adding. "Sometimes men's underwear is sexy without being totally daring – for example a tight white t-shirt on the right body can be just as drop dead gorgeous as a faux leather tank top."


    He reminds us of Deadgoodundies' slogan: You provide the goods. We provide the packaging. "There is strong and increasing demand for a different type of gents' underwear – you could call it male lingerie, but it goes much further than that. The wildest designs are definitely for dressing up, but there are core products that just allow men to enjoy the frisson of excitement they get wearing sexier briefs than their usual day-to-day underpants. Their delight is totally private, unless they choose to reveal…"

    DGU, as always, urges any man treating himself to the best sexy underwear for men from the UK website to check the size guide and detailed description before ordering. Some fine and sensual fabrics require a special close fit.

    And the golden rule for preserving pristine sexy men's underwear from Dead Good Undies? Handle and wash with care!



    Modus Vivendi's Silk Tanga Brief (£43.00) in black, white or this sleek silver grey (47% silk, 47% viscose, 6% elastane) proves that men's silk underwear doesn't have to mean classic boxer shorts, or pure silk, to provide the desired effect.

    A tempting triumvirate of sexy styling for male underwear, the Manstore M104 Popper String (£36.00) comes in black leather look fabric that's peachy soft with has a sultry thong back AND poppers either side of the enhancing pouch, ready for the big reveal.

    Lace has been the preserve of women's collections forever, but men are catching on to the divine feel and effect – try Joe Snyder's Bulge 03 Boxer Brief, a Limited Edition masterpiece in male lingerie (£28.00) in black or white.

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  • Friday, 3 May 2019 11:36:43

    Men's swimwear is often the poor relation to male underwear, but not at Deadgoodundies.com. Luxury or affordable, classic or high fashion, minuscule or full body cover, at DGU gents' swimmers are carefully chosen, stocked year-round and ready to buy 24/7.

    But which are the best swimwear brands for summer 2019? What male swimming costume style is best for the pool, posing, laps or beach sports? Which colours and prints work best with a tan and when is it safe to get a bit salty with your swimming choices?

    Deadgoodundies select swimwear only from brands they know and trust, so customers can too. A handful of international designer men's swimwear collections can satisfy all demands from tiny beach thongs and adjustable pouches for maximum tanning to classic and smartly modern swim shorts and full body swimming costumes for men.

    As Adam Davies, DGU founder, explains: "We are unusual because the website sells swimwear all year round, unlike high street stores which have stock only in spring and summer, then it's all gone. We have core male swimshort and brief styles available all year and top that up with seasonal additions from cool swimwear brands like Jockey, HOM, Modus Vivendi, Olaf Benz, Manstore and Bruno Banani.

    "We offer men's swimwear that's affordable and classic to total luxury. There are designs with a drawstring and no drawstring, with an enhancing pouch or totally flat across the front. Our criteria is always that DGU's swimwear for men must look good and serve a purpose, for example some of our beach boxer briefs have small hidden or zip pockets handy for a key or money."


    Adam recommends considering the end use of men's swimwear before purchasing. Are you going swimming for exercise, to clock up laps in the pool? This requires a fabric that's resistant to chlorine. If maximum tan is your heart's desire – the DGU has lots of inspiration, from strings and thongs to beach slips, male bikinis and micro swimmers. More coverage is always an option too, for holiday sports, walks or beach-to-bar… The choice of swimming trunks, close-fitting swimshorts and looser board shorts caters for all occasions.

    And any gent seeking that retro glam look, worthy of an iconic Bond or a Hollywood hunk, can easily find vintage cut boxer briefs, trunks and shorts, or a full all-in-one swim body.

    And Adam has some final hints on what to look for: "Looser shorts need an internal brief to keep everything contained, plus a snug waist or drawstring for security. A drawstring can be hidden inside or emerge at the front to add to the overall look created by male swimmers. Watch, too, for special drainage holes in pockets, and consider whether you want sleek styling with no pockets, small or deep pockets and ones with open access, a zip or flap?"


    Men often forget that when it comes to buying male swimwear, they have to remember it will be in full view in public. For some guys this makes them play safe in plain, dark colours in timeless classics in sporty shapes. But when the sun comes out it should be time for a bit of fun. Wear something in a shape that feels comfortable, but push the boat out with bright shades, multicolour prints, or a signature look. For 2019 there are plenty of great solid and stripe colours like turquoise, yellow, red, electric blue and bright pink. (Remember white isn't always right to show off a tan – believe it or not navy blue and turquoise do it better)

    Patterns this year are inspired by exotic leaves and flowers, parrots and fruit alongside new interpretations of favourites like camouflage, zebra stripes, polka dots and Aztec designs. Bands of colour are narrow in vertical rows, or deep across wider-leg swim shorts.

    Fabrics can be matt or shimmer, some positively sparkle in the sunshine. White can be tricky but will stay more opaque with a good lining. DGU always mentions the extent of lining in men's swimwear – centre front, full front or full product lining.

    And finally, waistband choice is important, whether that's a minimal no-waistband look or a contemporary matching or contrast deep waistband on swimwear for men, offering a comfy fit but also a really flattering shape.


    Which is best for you?
    • side depth
    • pouch or flat front
    • looser or snug fit
    • drawstring or no drawstring
    • waistband depth and look
    • pockets or none
    • fast dry fabric
    • colour – plain or patterned
    • finish – matt or shiny

    7 SWIMWEAR SINS (don't commit even one guys!)

    • never buy last minute before a holiday (especially not in the airport)
    • never wear swimmers that are past their best - bobbly, ripped, too small, too baggy, frayed, transparent…
    • don't leave it wet with pool or sea water - always rinse in tap water asap
    • don't sit on rough rocks or walls which spoil the surface of your swimmers
    • don't wear dripping wet beach boxers or briefs more than 10 feet away from the pool or sand – fast dry fabrics are handy if you fancy a quick trip to the bar
    • don't reveal more than you intend with unfortunate transparency, unexpected undressing or inadvertent dangling!
    • don't be shy – have fun with colours and prints on male swimwear



    STRIPES: Modus Vivendi's Marine Swim Low Cut Brief (£40.00) comes in classic nautical red or blue stripes – this collection is designed and made in Greece, where they know a thing or three about brilliant beachwear.

    PLAIN: Jockey's Classic Beach Swim Trunk (£28.00) in black or navy is a great retro shape and has a secret zipped hip pocket.

    PRINT: Always exclusive, always different, Bruno Banani swimwear for 2019 stars the Animal Patch Swim Short (£40.00) - a fresh take on zebra stripes.

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  • Friday, 26 April 2019 13:11:23

    Boxers or briefs? This question about the best men's underwear choice has been asked a million times – and a million men probably have a slightly different answer! Deadgoodundies sets out to unravel the difference between boxers and briefs (and boxer briefs), tackle the questions of comfort, support and styles, AND identify the best shapes, fabrics and colours for 2019.

    What more could a man ask?

    Well, he might question which design is better for slim gents, larger thighs, or guys who need more room in the pouch. He may wonder whether he should choose cotton or silk, modal or microfibre. He will definitely ask about leg length on boxer shorts and tighter trunk style maxi briefs.

    Boxer, boxer brief or brief – what’s the difference?

    BOXER - traditionally the term 'boxer' was referred to a loose fitting, woven fabric boxer short with plenty of air between body and fabric. Boxer is used more generally now and loose-fits as boxer shorts.

    BRIEFS - as the name suggests are tighter and tinier… Also known as slips and male bikinis, briefs range from minuscule micro and mini underpants to midi shapes with more fabric covering the body.

    BOXER BRIEFS – a hybrid between baggy boxers and tighty whities once known as maxi undies. Think boxy short, a trunk shape echoing the fit of snug men's swimwear, or the same fit with a slightly longer leg. BUT while originally 'boxer brief' was used for designs with a longer leg, offering more thigh cover, today it tends to refer to any deep sided brief that fits close to the body. Today's stretch fabrics, from cotton to silky microfibre and modal, ensure these undies guarantee masculine support, comfort and a flattering shape.

    SHORTS and TRUNKS – for DGU boxer SHORTS are those looser-fitting men's underwear products that hang against the body rather than close up. TRUNKS is another word, borrowed from male swimwear, for short-legged boxer briefs.


    • Traditional boxer experts appreciate the looser fit of the Doreanse 1505 100% Cotton Boxer Short (£15.00) with a functioning, discreet, no-button fly.
    Jockey's Air Brief (2 pack £18.00) comes in a silky fabric in black, white or navy.
    • HOM's patented horizontal opening features on their best selling cotton-modal HOM HO1 Boxer Brief (£26.00).


    BOXERS? For Deadgoodundies' customers, loose or looser fitting boxer shorts have a limited appeal. This category of men's underwear represents the smallest proportion of overall sales online at DGU. But they still have a place as favourites for sleeping, relaxing around the house and for guys who prefer to 'hang free' and want total freedom of movement. The potential drawbacks with boxers are that they can bunch up under other clothes, inadvertently reveal more than you intend, and offer minimal support where it matters.

    BRIEFS? Narrow or deep-sided, the right briefs look and feel wonderful, provide admirable support and containment, and work especially well for sport and other energetic activities. Some men worry that briefs will grip and chafe, but the right size and shape will hug and protect.

    BOXER BRIEFS? These really can offer the best of both worlds – good coverage and support combined, at whatever level you prefer. Depending on choice of fabric and design features, such as a lined or unlined pouch, shorter or longer leg length, and features such as breathability or a rear seam, boxer briefs can be perfect for under a tailored suit, casual for weekends with jeans, fine and silky or substantial. Some brands even cater for gents who need more room around the thigh or up front!

    So… Is it better to wear boxers or briefs – and why wear boxer briefs? Which men's underwear is better for you? Possibly all three, because it's not just boxers vs. briefs!

    DGU say a man's reasons for choosing a particular style are very individual. But the result should answer all these questions: (a) is this underwear comfortable? (b) does it fit well so I don't have to keep readjusting? (c) does it provide the right support? (d) will it make me feel good too? And finally - will it end up at the back of my undies drawer, or will I put this boxer or brief straight on again when it's back from the wash?


    Q: Which fabric is most comfortable?
    A: In all three shapes, brief, boxer brief or boxer, choice of fabric is personal and environmental… Men must choose materials that feel good against their skin and work the way they need. For example staying cool and comfortable, and, above all, fitting well. Many men's underpants have flexibility built in to cater for different body shapes and movement. Others, especially luxury options like silk, sheers or lace, fit like a second skin and must be ordered carefully.

    Q: Do technical fabrics really work?
    A: Cotton remains king as the standard go-to choice for hot weather (and hot bodies) but many brands also offer designs using high tech yarns that will allow the body to cool by wicking away sweat – or actually change the way they work, warming or cooling to keep your personal environment steadily comfortable!

    Q: How important is it to choose the right size and shape?
    A: Essential to avoid rolling, chafing, bunching, sweating, squeezing, gripping and squashing in all the wrong places. If boxers and especially boxer briefs and briefs are designed to fit tight, don't be shy about buying up a size. Deadgoodundies has individual size guides for each brand because their sizing can be very different, some use exact waist measurements for each size or a range 'to fit', such as 32-34 waist.

    Q: Waistband – deep, narrow or none?
    A: Men have strong feelings about the presence and depth of waistbands on their underwear. Many prefer the security of a deep band of elastic and the banner this forms for their favourite brand name. Others like the look and feel of a covered waistband - here the body fabric of the briefs or boxers encases the waist elastic, which tends to be shallower. Some guys avoid waistbands altogether, a choice almost exclusively possible in briefs.


    • DON'T wear boxers or briefs that squeeze your balls – and if you're keen to boost your fertility potential, it pays to keep testicles cooler in looser undies
    • DON'T keep wearing men's underpants when the waistband is frayed, flared or remains folded when they come out of the wash, they’re just past it!
    • DON'T wear exactly the same shape/colour/fabric every day – learn to enjoy different designs for different purposes. Pants for the gym aren't always the right ones for date night as well…


    Some men are devoted to one style of male underwear, always in the same colour, often from the same brand. But even a slight shift can open up a whole new world of enjoyment, if they dare…
    • Swap black boxers or briefs for grey or dark navy (they can go in the wash with the original black underwear, no problem).
    • If they MUST be your favourite colour, swap totally plain fabric for a 'self-pattern' like stripes or jacquard which add a bit of flair (and still go in the same wash!).
    • White is hard to beat, so try a different shape, treat yourself to luxury underwear once in a while, and ALWAYS bin anything past its whitest best.
    • Cotton only – hard to give up, but men who like the feel of pure cotton could be tempted by cotton-modal mix fabrics which feel much the same, and better!
    • Do you wear the same again and again out of habit, preference or just laziness – if you've not worn something different for more than two years you could be missing out. Your crown jewels will thank you for the change.


    Q: How do you decide what is the best length boxer brief to wear?
    A: It's totally personal, depending on the circumference of your thighs and how much material you like, or need, against your skin. Several men's underwear brands produce boxer briefs with different leg lengths, which is a dream come true for guys who have a specific look in mind. Boxer briefs in the maxi/trunk shape fit just onto the top of the leg, while others stretch 3-6-9 inches down the thigh. Much longer cycle length shorts will cover the top half of the thigh, occasionally even closer to the knee. Look out for sportier designs offering more leg cover and cooling fabrics to avoid overheating. DGU's product descriptions point out specific features for each product, especially inside leg length, which is approximate depending on personal fit.


    Q: Which pouch is the ideal shape on a boxer brief or a brief?
    A: Single layered or lined, shaped to enhance or totally smooth and subtle, again the pouch is an individual preference. But bear in mind that for extra support, two layers are better than one, some ergonomic men's underwear has a clever pouch that allows a gent to dress up, down or either side, and the right seaming can make all the difference. Briefs by their nature contain and control genitals in an easily recognisable way, while boxer briefs can be a simple, supportive shape or have a patented pouch created for maximum comfort. Guys who like more capacity up front, want to make the most of what nature gave them, or even minimise any 'prominence' can find something for them on DGU. There are even designs from the new brand Cut 4 Men that can house a special pad that not only forms the perfect shape but avoids wet spots.

    Deadgoodundies has something for everyone…

    • Obviously for Men cater for gents who need more room in the thigh and pouch with the PrimeMan AnatoMAX Trunk (£23.50) - 11 options, including plains and striped Lenzing modal.
    • Cut for Men's luxury cotton underwear including the C4M Brief (£26.00) can house a bespoke pad (£8.00 - sold separately) to guarantee ultimate shape and support.
    Ergowear's FEEL Modal Brief (£19.00) is popular because the fabric is superb, but also because the ergonomic design creates a 'nest' that lifts genitals.

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  • Tuesday, 16 April 2019 15:42:12

    Actor Jude Law caused quite a stir when he was shot wearing tighty whities on a beach while filming Sky Atlantic's New Pope.
    Should men his age (46) be seen in such skimpy male briefs, the world asked. Should ANY man wear something so small, so white - so sexy?
    The Sun newspaper in the UK had a great take on the uproar, asking ordinary blokes to strip down to white micro underpants to show how they look on real men…

    The internet is still awash with reaction to the revelation that some men, yes, do choose to wear mini briefs under their clothes, or dare we say it, male bikini briefs on the beach! Seems some chaps want them banned altogether

    Deadgoodundies.com, specialists in men's underwear and swimwear since 2007, has, of course, a veritable trunk full of teeny tiny men's underwear and swimwear, in white and dozens of other colours, should the mood take you. Watch for white swimwear with a lining to help maintain whiteness when wet (though total opacity is not always guaranteed!) and pure white micro underpants are always popular at DGU, so there are plenty of options.

    Modus Vivendi Super Low Cut Swim Brief
    Modus Vivendi Meander Swim Brief
    Modus Vivendi Basic Swim Brief
    Doreanse 1281 Micro Brief


    Products shown are:
    Modus Vivendi Super Low Cut Swim Brief (£31.50) in 11 colours – running out fast, best seller with 5-star reviews.
    Modus Vivendi Basic Swim Brief (£39.00), also in black, bright red or royal blue.
    Modus Vivendi Meander Swim Brief (£43.00) – no drawstring, white only.
    Doreanse 1281 Micro Brief (£7.00) – best seller in cotton/modal, 12 colours.

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  • Thursday, 28 March 2019 08:59:32

    Deadgoodundies.com is again a finalist in the Underwearnewsbriefs.com 2019 Reader Awards launched this week. Fans are invited to vote for DGU in the men's underwear and swimwear E-commerce category before 3rd April: https://www.underwearnewsbriefs.com/2019/03/2018-reader-awards-vote-for-your-favorite/

    A trio of top sellers on the website have also made it to product award shortlists this year. For starters there's Ergowear's new X3D Modal bikini brief, which comes in Dusk pink, olive green or black at £16.00.

    Another Ergowear finalist is the brand's longer Max Mesh Midcut in the Boxer Brief category – in four colours including the starring shade, Boiling, at £28.00 a pair.

    And in the Pouch category there's Obviously for Men's PrimeMan AnatoMAX Brief, £23.00 in 11 colours (nine plain, two stripes) including this Midnight blue, probably because the design offers not just ample room up front but flexible leg openings suitable for more muscular thighs.

    Underwearnewsbriefs is a hugely popular blog about men's underwear which features a monthly update on international trends from a UK viewpoint – from Deadgoodundies.com of course…

    Obviously PrimeMan AnatoMAX Brief
    Ergowear Max Mesh Midcut
    Obviously PrimeMan AnatoMAX Brief


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