Much has been written on undergear sites lately about “fashion jockstraps.” What are they? Who makes them? Are they hear to stay, or some sort of weird fad?
This last question, in particular, seems to be answered, at least somewhat, by a new article in none other than Huffington Post. In the article, which referenced a source we also mentioned recently, was this tantalizingly delicious NastyPig advert:
Now, don’t get me wrong, I love NastyPig undergear – it’s well-made, styled for men and for hot sex, and it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg like some other makers whose shoddy crap shall remain nameless despite its seemingly limitless popularity among gay men. But, can Nasty maintain that certain edge I believe it has if it’s becoming just another mainstream undergarment for everyday men? Or, is there something even more tantalizing about the neighbor wearing a NastyPig jock underneath his suit on his way to work?
In my opinion, if there is one brand that can maintain this edge, it is NastyPig. Only time will tell. Incidentally, I have no interest in making this recommendation other than as a very satisfied customer.