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Men's G-Strings

Stylish, liberating and oh so fabulous, men's G-Strings are surprisingly some of the most comfortable pairs of undies you can buy. They snugly encapsulate the crotch area so you get just as much support as with regular briefs, minus the suffocating feel. And the best thing about them? They come in so many designs and fabric choices that you can easily find the right one for you.


Leather underwear also come in G-string designs. While they may seem hot and uncomfortable to wear, the insides are lined with a breathable fabric so it doesn't feel humid and sticky in there. Choose a faux leather jockstrap with a wet look glossy finish for that biker appeal. Some designs even incorporate a zipper in the middle for those who like to live dangerously. Other creative designs use two narrow parallel horizontal straps that wrap around to the back for optimum support.


Some of the most comfortable men's thongs and bikinis are made of soft silk. Perfect for sleeping on hot nights, this type of underwear is typically thin and must be washed carefully. Many jockstrap designs use silk blend garters and knit silk for the pouch to provide ample support despite the delicate nature of silk. Choose a silk cotton pouch thong if you want a practical and exceedingly comfortable pair to wear all day, or if minimal coverage is your thing, get a silk cotton rib posing strap.


Aside from the comfortable albeit common designs and material choices, you also have the option of spicing it up with novel and entertaining men's underwear. A good example is a patent leather bowknot G-string, which is like a tuxedo for your crotch. A particularly funny one is the elephant undies complete with googly eyes. You can imagine what goes into the trunk, but the synthetic leather construction makes it a durable pair of funny undies. Go wild with the jungle man thong if you want to play as Tarzan for fancy dress parties, or get the black bear G-string for fearsome appeal.

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