|My product reviews are of limited use
I refrain from giving good reviews to products because
I have used only a few of the thousands of products on the
market, but I recently tried some underwear that is so much more
comfortable than everything I've had during my life that I thought I
would mention it in case some of you have been irritated by your
underwear, also. It's a "pouch-style" made by David Archy. (It is here on Amazon.) They also have a shorter version (here).
This underwear is extremely comfortable for sitting, standing, or walking,
but if you have to do a lot of movements of your pelvic area,
such as crawling around an attic, or fixing plumbing problems, or doing exercise,
the extreme movements can cause your penis to pe pulled out of the pouch,
but it remains comfortable even when that happens.
|Update 1 Feb 2020
I tried their shorter version, and their bikini version. I do not like
the bikini version because after moving around a bit, the material
moves a slight bit off of my scrotum, allowing it to touch the skin on
my leg, which makes it less comfortable than the longer versions. The
bikini version might work well for some men,
but I prefer the longest version (this one).
|Update 14 Feb 2020
I forgot to mention these two points:
1) My suggestion for improving the underwear is to make the top elastic band wider, but without making the underwear any higher up on my stomach. An example of wide elastic bands are those on the Danny Miami underwear.
2) The pouch in David Archie underwear allows us to deal with the
dribbling problem that men have. Specifically, I fold a piece of toilet
paper twice, which creates four layers. Then I put it on my penis and
put both into the pouch. The paper soaks up the dribble, and I use the
thick, absorbent paper so I don't have to replace it every time I pee.
Of course, this requires a man who will not be embarrassed to have what
is essentially a male version of a sanitary napkin.
I suppose it is possible to redesign the underwear to make it easier to
insert and remove the sheets of paper, but would many men be interested
in such a feature? I would be interested in your opinion, but everybody
ignores me, except for the you-know-who's, so I won't bother asking for