Camouflage prints are all about masculinity and utility. But fashion? Usually not so much. Find a camo jacket, pair of pants or a shirt, and the look will most likely have a baggy fit. You’re not so much hidden by the clothes as you are in the clothes. But that all changed when Wood added three unique camouflage prints to their collection.
The brand’s custom Forest Camo print is modeled by Tyler Bartel in this Underwear Expert exclusive by photographer Jerrad Matthew. The print is still heavy on the masculinity, keeping with the prints classic colors. But applied to the Wood Hip Brief and Classic Brief, that masculinity becomes a little more intoxicating.
Wood also designed the Liquid Camo and Digital Camo prints for their collection. Further away from the more classic Forest Camo, these prints are even more concerned with style. Where camo would shy away from such attractive fashion choices, Wood embraces them.
Photo Credit: Jerrad Matthew Exclusively for The Underwear Expert
I can’t imagine these being sensible, as in for everyday comfort and wear. It just looks like A&F lingerie for that bi-curious guy who doesn’t want to twerk too hard because then he starts looking “queen-y.” Oddly enough, when we were kids, underwear like this would have been cool.
On a side, it is damn nice to see a proportioned model… nice meaty legs. Uh-oh. I’m thinking about sex… guyinnh — or whatever the hell his name is — will see it and judge.
I’ve never liked camouflage clothes. I find them unappealing both philosophically and esthetically.
Well, they worked. I didn’t see the underwear.
Camouflage is great for groping married men on picnics. But you need to be wearing more of it than he is.
Srsly they’d spot you at two miles dressed like that.
Alan down in Florida
Jeez, what a slow news day this must have been!
Steven Sprouse’ Giant Day-Glo Andy Warhola inspired camouflage from his “Hard Core 88” fashion line! Are BRILLIANT!
That was just an excuse to show some ass.
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