Trending In Underwear: Football Inspired Jocks


The NFL officially kicked off last week. For some of us that meant heading over to Youtube and reminiscing about Beyonce’s Super Bowl performance, yet, for others, it meant time to bring out the chips and dip and watch our favorite sports teams again.

A lot of underwear brands are also excited for the new NFL season. If you’ve shopped lately for underwear, you would probably have noticed the trend of football jocks and briefs. The football jock draws inspiration from the uniform worn by your favorite players. They feature a contoured pouch as well as a draw cord. Below we have listed three brands taking part in the trend.

Andrew Christian



The Andrew Christian Football jock is the most contemporary take in the trend. It’s made of AC’s comfortable elastic and comes in vibrant colors.

Pistol Pete


The Pistol Pete Rematch jock differentiates itself from other brands because the straps are cut at an angle. It also has a tie cord that ties low on the pouch.

Jack Adams


The Jack Adams Footballer Lace-Up jock is the most classic when it comes to fabric and construction.

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  • UWSguy

    hot, too bad though they are manscaped to every inch

  • balehead

    And the jealous comes out in 1,2,3…..

  • Fitz

    TBH, I kind of like the traditional Bike Jock Strap more. Maybe it’s generational.

  • WhyteRabbit

    i’m usually a total ac fan… but i’m really digging the pistol pete x-jock lol.

  • WhyteRabbit

    @balehead: come now… you should have been able to call it better than that…. for this site it was BOUND to be the “manscaped to death” lobby that showed up first lol

  • xtincta


    Correction: GOOD THING they are manscapped to every inch cause’ nobody wants to see otherwise.

  • Jackhoffsky

    The product “on display” is the underwear, not the men. And if I were the designer I would have had each man waxed head to toe.

    In this case, hairy verses smooth in the eye of the viewer is not the important issue. These underwear have hoops and loops, ties and binds – basically “moving parts” to them – that could grasp, snag, pull, and/or yank on hair in the area that being covered. From a ‘display’ standpoint, you would probably want to keep hair FAR AWAY (from the presentation at least) in order to NOT give anyone the idea that if they are hairy, they are going to be fighting the uncomfortable perception of ripped follicles in the process of trying to wear these wherever the hell one would actually try to wear these.

  • scotshot

    @Jackhoffsky: You forget the model IS a major part of the product presentation. Why does David Beckham make so much money posing in underwear? A couple of hot hairy men would have been great along with the standard homogenous hairless gay look that’s usually on display on this site.

    The comments about hairs getting stuck in the underwear is rather silly. Ever worn a jock? I think any guy could deal with a bit of a lace. Don’t you?

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  • Stache1

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  • Jackhoffsky

    @scotshot: No, actually I don’t. LOL.

    However in the realms of reality, you are absolutely correct. My point is that in advertising, there is a very specific place for body hair. This would not be one of them. It has nothing to do with reality, it has to do with mental association and fluidity of acceptance from the viewer. Body hair can sometimes enhance that if you are trying to market something masculine (which… these are not… LOL) but you run the risk of alienating large sections of consumers in the Asian market as well as half the European market (who are the biggest consumers of underwear behind the States).

    In ad terms, it’s easier for hairy men (and those that like hairy men) to “back track” in thinking after seeing someone well manscaped in print than it is to put someone hairy in print and have those with little body hair overcome the unrelateable visual. It’s not fair, honestly… but it’s how it works.

    But I will again say in the real world, you are completely correct.

  • Bob LaBlah

    For this to be a predominantly gay site why not show a butt shot of the jockstraps?

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