Men’s underwear guide part 9

Men’s underwear guide

Men’s underwear guide part 9

Comfort is paramount in underwear and while many men prefer one kind of underwear, it makes more sense to choose the style based on the day’s activity. When it comes to choosing underwear and materials, there are plenty of options on the market today, which makes it difficult to find underwear that is perfect for you without buying one of each kind. In this guide, you can learn about the best underwear styles for different activities, different underwear colors, and good underwear materials.

Underwear materials, number 6: Tencel

Good things about Tencel: it is shrink resistant, it is 50% more moisture wicking than cotton, it naturally inhibits bacterial growth, it is soft and eco-friendly. Bad things about Tencel: it is not as breathable, as soft and as thin, as MicroModal Air.

Underwear materials, number 7: Linen

Although naturally stiffer and less comfortable, Linen has made its way into underwear. Due to its rougher heritage, it is always blended. Linen is rather comfortable when traveling for longer periods of time, even though the fabric is much bulkier.

Underwear materials, number 8: Cupro/Bemberg

Cupro / Bemberg is popular for jacket linings because of its smooth, gliding surface. For the same reason, it is also used in underwear. Usually, it is blended with other materials such as viscose or polyester to achieve ideal results for underwear.

What underwear should you buy?

That is a rather personal question, and you have to pick the style that is most comfortable for you but consider adding a few different styles depending on your activities. Over the last few years, the underwear world has become flooded with brands who all promise you quality at various price points. Keep in mind, just like with most things in this world: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.