This Bearboxers Underwear is so popular among men, the brand is making a swimwear version

GENTLEMEN, this might get your knickers in a twist, but a line of men’s underwear is apparently hitting all the right spots. A new version of male “fashion underwear” has been so popular online the brand behind it is working on a swimwear version.

The form-fitted, body-hugging undergarment, known as the “BK24-Hugger”, has been described as a “multifunctional, masculine body suit” which “follows the shape of the male body”. Yes, it sounds like a body shaper. I know.

It’s “ideal for support during any work out or just looking sharp at any time”.

The material, a nylon microfibre, is said to come with a “superior stretch” and “ultra soft hand”. And apparently, the guys are lapping it up. And if you were worried about those cold days downstairs, gents, the underwear is double layered with a “contoured” pouch.

Womens Backless Brazilian One Piece Swimsuit - Bearboxers Womens
Womens Backless Brazilian One Piecehttps://www.bearboxers.co.uk/product/womens-backless-brazilian-one-piece-swimsuit/ Swimsuit – Bearboxers Womens
Womens Backless Brazilian One Piece Swimsuit - Bearboxers Womens
Womens Backless Brazilian One Pihttps://www.bearboxers.co.uk/product/womens-backless-brazilian-one-piece-swimsuit/ece Swimsuit – Bearboxers Womens

“Words don’t do this collection justice. You won’t believe until you touch.”The piece sells for a recommended retail price of £32.

Women’ss Backless Swimwear

This isn’t the first time in history men have worn a one piece. Before the rise of the bikini, the fashion of the early 20th Century saw both the female and male body almost completely covered, usually through a one piece.

The style at the time was called a “maillot”.Men of the time showed their arms, legs and neck. Don’t be surprised to see this featured in the 2019 Summer Olympics because this happened in 1912 when women first competed in the Olympics.

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