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Men’s Underwear – Unico Men’s Underwear

Men’s Underwear – Unico Men’s Underwear

Classic Suspensor Trunk

These trunks make other boxer briefs seem boring. They come in stretch cotton and are offered in a variety of colors. I have red ones. The first time I wore them I went to the gym–they are great to wear under gym shorts.

Microfiber Suspensor Trunk

This microfiber ‘Suspensor’ trunk is made from a lightweight, super-stretchy microfiber and features a contour pouch that offers added ‘lift.’ They come in three colors. I have a pair and love how they hug my body. I recommend buying as size up since they do run a bit small.

Bi-Color Suspensor Trunk

These trunks are so fun looking and they are made of stretch cotton. They are super flattering, at least visually, probably because of the way the two colors are sewn together. Very slimming.

Fresco Trunk

This sheer mesh and microfiber trunk is not for everyone and are probably something you would wear when you are feeling a little sexy.

Ciclo Boxer Brief

These fun striped trunks are really soft and comfy. They have a body-hugging design in a classic boxer brief cut. These you could wear every day.

Classic Suspensor Brief

If you are a briefs kind of guy, you will enjoy these. They are made of stretch cotton and are very supportive. In fact, they fit like a glove. They come in lots of colors too.

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Max Whitlock

Max Whitlock, born January 13, 1993, in Hemel Hempstead, Great Britain, is an English gymnast.

Whitlock achieved his medal in 2010 when he was part of the team which won the silver medal for England in the gymnastics in the men’s artistic all-around team event at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. He also won the silver medal in the men’s pommel horse and a bronze medal in the men’s horizontal bar at the same games.

Whitlock is a member of Britain’s gymnastics team at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, where he helped the team claim a bronze medal at the team final.

Steeve Guenot

Steeve Guenot, born October 2, 1985 in Chalon-sur-Saône, France, is a French wrestler who won the Gold medal in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and bronze in the 2012 London Olympics.

Guenot was born in a family of wrestlers: his father is a referee; his mother a club manager; and his older brother Christophe also practices wrestling.

Guenot started his professional wrestling career at the age of 17. At 18, he joined the France National team but was too young to participate in the Olympic Games of Athens 2004.

At the age of 22, Guenot finally made it to his first Olympics in Beijing. He gave France its first gold medal at the 2008 Games and also became the first Olympic Champion for France in Men’s Greco-Roman Wrestling since Emile Poilvé, in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin.

In 2012, Guenot won the bronze medal during the London Olympics. His older brother also won a bronze medal in the -74 kg category.