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Sunday, 16 December 2012

Reviewed: Comfort4Men 40 Denier Men's Support Tights

I have featured Comfort4Men tights regularly at Hosiery For Men, reviewing several styles including:

60 Denier Luxury Men's Tights

70 Denier Opaque Men's Tights

80 Denier Opaque Men's Tights



Comfort4Men men's tights are made in Germany to the very highest standards. They are a high quality product specifically designed to provide an excellent fit and level of comfort for the male anatomy. Comfort4Men men's tights are definitely not women's tights repackaged for men, nor unisex tights.

Comfort4Men recently sent some further styles to review, including the C401M
40 Denier Support Tights. These tights are part of the wide range of tights with support sold by Comfort4Men.

Support tights

Comfort4Men state that their support tights are:

"characterized by a function that can prevent vein problems. Through the wearing of our tights a pressure is exerted that guarantees continuous massage from the ankles to the thighs. The pressure from the tights reduces the cross section of the veins, the valves in the veins are able to close once more and the flow speed of the blood is increased again. Through the improved return flow of the blood to the heart, the risk of blood clots and thrombosis is reduced.

"Our support tights feel like a second skin. They are produced on the most modern machines and from high-tech fibres. Their transparency and thus breathability are unique for their support function. It is unbelievable how strongly this lightweight, yet hard-wearing material will support you."


Choosing Comfort4Men tights

Choosing tights from Comfort4Men is always an enjoyable experience as the range of styles, features and shades is so extensive, and wider than anything elsewhere. As I have written previously, you can 'individually design' your tights using features from several variants.

When selecting a pair of the C401M
40 Denier Support Tights, there is a choice of low waist and high waist styles.

You can then choose to have the tights with or without a fly opening, as well as choosing whether the gusset in either Skin or Black colour. Lastly, there is a choice of sizes: 4, 5 or 6.



C401M Comfort4Men Pantyhose with support 40den low waist




C401M Comfort4Men Pantyhose with support 40den high waist


The style of C401M 40 Denier Support Tights I chose had the following features:

  • High waist
  • Colour: Light Brown
  • Gusset colour: Black
  • Fly opening: Yes
  • Size: 6

Materials and features
The C401M 40 Denier Support Tights are attractively packaged in a card enclosure that is protected by a cellophane sleeve.



The tights are folded around a card rectangle that is sits inside the card enclosure, which itself opens out like a small tray. It is all very neat and well manufactured.



The C401M
40 Denier Support Tights are made from 87% Polyamide and 13% Elastane. Being 40 denier tights they are semi-opaque in appearance.

The tights feel very light and the fabric is very soft on the skin.

Heels are shaped and the toes also have reinforcement.



The panty/brief is made from a denser fabric that is more like 60 denier. Seams are flat throughout and are superbly engineered. The brief has a rear comfort panel. The waistband is 4cm wide and very comfortable.

Like all Comfort4Men tights, the gusset and crotch area has been carefully designed to be comfortable for the male anatomy. The fly opening (should you chose for it to be included) is extremely well-designed and also easy to use. There is no need to fiddle about with the opening when going to the bathroom.



My preference is always for the high waist styles in Comfort4Men tights. These provide plenty of room and ensure the tights stretch well above the waist if required.

Fit and sizing

As mentioned above, the 40 Denier Support Tights are available in three sizes: 4, 5 or 6.


Support tights are designed to provide graduated compression: stronger support at the ankles and on the calf. Therefore one needs to put these tights on carefully and not rush the process.

The size 6 that I tested provided a very close and snug fit. Once on they seem to mould to the shape of the legs. One can feel the compression effect on the legs and the tights definitely provide a energising sensation. I tested them over two days: one day I was sitting mainly at my desk and the other I was pretty much out and about all day. The support provided was very welcome.

Glide under trousers is also excellent. These tights are ideal on days when you need some leg support and also a moderate level of insulation. Apart from that, they are simply extraordinarily comfortable to wear.

Colour range

The Comfort4Men 40 Denier Support Tights are available in four colours: Skin, Anthracite, Black and Light Brown.

I tested a pair in the Light Brown colour.




Price and availability
The Comfort4Men
40 Denier Support Tights cost €37.25 plus shipping. Shipping rates vary depending on the destination.

For countries outside of the European Union, German value added tax is not payable. This is removed automatically during the order process.

These tights can also be ordered from
Shapings, the Canadian online hosiery store, where they are priced at CA $53.95.

Conclusion
The C401M
40 Denier Support Tights maintain the same high standard in design, quality and comfort that is evident through the Comfort4Men range.

For men who need a moderate level of leg support they would be an excellent choice. Even if leg support is not a core requirement, I would still recommend these tights for being so comfortable and great to wear.

Some people might think consider that these tights are somewhat expensive, however you will be buying a top quality product that has been designed for men and manufactured to the highest standards.



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Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Reviewed: Comfort4Men 80 Denier Opaque Men's Tights



I have written two previous reviews of Comfort4Men tights for men on Hosiery For Men. They have both received a huge number of page views, so it looks like they have been useful to readers.

Comfort4Men men's tights are made in Germany. If you look at the background information on their website you will see that immense care and considerable time has gone into designing and developing a high quality product that provides an extraordinary level of comfort and fit for the male anatomy. These tights are genuinely tights made specifically for men; not women's tights repackaged for men nor unisex tights.

I have been extremely impressed with the
Comfort4Men men's tights that I have tested so far. You can read my reviews of 60 Denier Luxury Men's Tights and the 70 Denier Opaque Tights.

Comfort4Men have sent me a further style for review: the
80 Denier Opaque Tights. These are part of the Comfort4Men range of men's opaque tights.

Choosing Comfort4Men tights

As I have previously written, choosing tights from Comfort4Men is always a different experience compared with buying tights online elsewhere. Each pair of Comfort4Men tights have different features that need to be considered.

For example, when choosing the
80 Denier Opaque Tights the first choice is whether they will be in high waist or low waist styles.



Then there is a choice of four colours: Black, Anthracite, Jeans or Natur.

The tights are also available with or without a fly opening. Theere is also a choice of gusset colour: Black of Skin.

Finally, there is a choice of sizes: 4, 5, or 6.

That makes a total of 96 possible combinations for the
80 Denier Opaque Tights!

The final choice I made was:
  • Style: C404M (80 Denier Opaque Tights)
  • High waist
  • Colour: nature
  • Gusset colour: Black
  • Fly opening
  • Size: 6


Materials and features

The 80 Denier Opaque Tights come in a cellophane sealed bag with cardstock liner.



The 80 denier opaque style is made from 90% Nylon and 10% Elastane (3D Lycra).

The overall appearance of the fabric is opaque, although somewhat less so where the material is stretched slightly more, such as on the thigh. The tights are completely matt with no shine at all.

The material is much less soft to the touch than the
60 Denier Luxury Men's Tights and 70 Denier Opaque Tights that have been reviewed previously.

There is a decent amount of stretch but again, perhaps less so than the previously reviewed styles.

As with all Comfort4Men tights, the waistband is very comfortable. The brief, which has a rear comfort panel, has plenty of room.

The crotch/gusset is constructed from different materials as can be seen in the picture above: a satiny fabric at the top and an extremely soft, stretchy material called Oeko-Tex. The fly opening, as in all Comfort4Men tights is extremely well-designed and provides easy access when required.

Fit and sizing

The 80 Denier Opaque Tights come in three sizes 4, 5, and 6.

I tested these tights in size 6 and the fit was very good. However, while these tights are an excellent product, I actually prefer the two styles I reviewed previously. In terms of sizing, I am not sure the 80 denier opaques would have stretched a great deal more than my 5'10" (178cm). The very soft and satiny textures of the 60 Denier Luxury Men's Tights and 70 Denier Opaque Tights also felt much more comfortable on the skin than the 80 denier style.

Colour range

The 80 Denier Opaque Tights are available in four colours: Black, Anthracite, Jeans or Natur.

The Natur shade that I tested is a creamy beige colour.

Price and availability

The 80 Denier Opaque Tights cost €37.70 plus shipping. Shipping rates vary depending on the destination.

Conclusion
I previously suggested that the Comfort4Men 
60 Denier Luxury Men's Tights deserved a five star rating, if I provided a such a system on this blog (maybe I should - let me know readers). I would award the 80 Denier Opaque Tights slightly less at four and a half stars.


The plus points are the excellent overall design and styling for men, comfortable fit and the matt appearance which makes them suitable for 'stealth' wear under trousers or jeans.

However, I preferred the softer fabrics used in the 60 Denier Luxury Men's Tights and 70 Denier Opaque Tights and personally found these styles more comfortable. But the 80 denier opaques are great tights for men all the same.

I can only recommend readers to visit the Comfort4Men website and shop. The range of products there is very wide and you are sure to find something that meets your needs.


Review: Comfort4Men Luxury 60 Den tights

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Have you heard of Comfort4Men (or C4M)?  It’s a hosiery company based just outside of Nuremberg (Nuernberg) Germany that makes anatomically correct tights for men.  It was started by a woman of great determination, and I think her story is best told by her:

“I worked in the fashion industry for many years and was always surprised that fashion and health care products such as support tights were only ever made for women. Support stockings and support tights would also help men to get through the day more comfortably if they have to sit or stand for long periods of time.

My story begins with a relative who suffered a serious thrombosis. From this point on he needed to wear medical compression tights. As no difference in fit was made between women and men, they were very uncomfortable to wear, particularly in the genital region. Up to this point in time, no-one apparently had troubled to find a solution for this problem. This was the basis for my idea.

Tights are ‘unisex’. Although in the world of fashion women have ‘taken over’ tights, they were originally exclusively men’s clothing. Today there is no reason why a man should not wear tights. Through their simplified production method and the way they are cut, modern tights are specially adapted to the female anatomy. So it is understandable that a man may have difficulties with the fit of support tights. For as the name says, support tights “support”, providing a compressed fit. For a woman, this effect in the panty part of the tights is often even desirable.  But for a man, it can be quite uncomfortable.

Our soon to be patented solution now also enables men to utilize the health and aesthetic advantages of tights without having to forgo comfort. With today’s technology there is no longer anything unaesthetic or even unpleasant about the support effect! It has nothing more to do with the earlier ‘Granny look’. Try it for yourself and you will see it and feel it, I assure you. That is what I have determined, and that is also Comfort4Men’s motto.”

– Angelika Weiss

C4M produces an impressive line of tights specifically for men.  There are 3 main style choices:  support, luxury, and opaque.  Within each style, there are several choices of color, denier, high/low brief, gusset color, fly option, and size.  The result is approximately 60 variations, for just one style!  The founder of C4M has taken a very thorough approach to the art of creating tights for men.

The “support” style comes in 40, 70, and 140 denier for low, medium, and strong support.  The “luxury” style is a special Tactel Nylon with Lycra 3D in 60 denier, and the “opaque” style offers either 70 denier (silky soft material) or 80 denier (firm texture).

The style I received is the C406M Luxury 60 den tights with a high waist and fly opening, in size 6 and the color anthracite.  C4M has their own sizing scale, where “6? is the tallest size for the Luxury style.

C4M Luxury tights package

First Impressions
The packaging is rather basic, and straight to the point.  It comes in a thick cellophane sealed bag with medium weight cardstock liner.  When removing the tights, there is an instant recognition of quality, by virtue of the obvious flat seam construction and the unique front comfort panel.  The tights have a generous length to them unstretched.

Materials
The Luxury style is 60 denier, constructed of 92% Nylon and 8% Elastane (Lycra).  The overall appearance is mostly opaque on the feet and calves, but becomes less opaque on the thigh and brief (depending upon your weight relative to the size selected).  It is a very comfortable weight material that has a slight sheen in bright light, but otherwise matte in appearance. The material has a decent amount of stretch, seemingly appropriate for 8% elastane content.

Panty/Brief
The brief is constructed of the same material as the leg, with no visible demarcation line.  The waistband is nearly 3cm in height, constructed of a slightly different texture than the brief, and feels very comfortable.  The crotch/gusset is comprised of two different materials:  a satiny smooth soft low stretch material in the top “reservoir” portion, and an extremely soft stretchy Okotex 100 fabric even softer than typical microfiber.  The gusset materials are stated to be quick drying, hard wearing, dimensionally stable, and able to wick away moisture.

Seams
Flat seams are used throughout the garment, and depending upon the color selected they may be more visibly pronounced.  On the anthracite color they are easy to see, providing a more masculine look to the tights. The toe seam is thinner, rounded, and quite soft.  The toe end is invisibly reinforced.

Sizing
These tights are offered in sizes 4, 5, 6, 7, and 7+.  I selected size 6 which just barely accommodates my size proportions, because size 7 appears too generous.  I am glad I selected size 6, as I found the tights to fit quite comfortably.

Wearing
I wore these tights several times under trousers as I headed outside for my activities of the day and evening. I found the fit to be excellent and comfortable, with reasonably good warmth while also providing moisture control.  It was definitely noticeable that they remained comfortable indoors as well as outdoors.  I did find that after repeated sittings and standing that some adjustment was necessary, but that is fairly typical of most tights.  What was really the most remarkable experience was to visit the lavatory and not need to bring my pants down.  Access through the fly was easy and swift.  What’s also great about the special crotch material is that it feels quite comfortable while providing reasonable support.  I have to say I enjoy wearing these instead of traditional briefs!

Specifications:

  • Fabric – 92% nylon (polyamide) and 8% elastane (Lycra).
  • Sizing – Accurate. See chart above.
  • Opacity (0 – sheer, 10 – total opaque) – legs (8.5 stand, 6.5 bend), brief (6).
  • Durability (0 – frail, 10 – like steel) –  9 (no signs of snagging from dry skin)
  • Waistband – about 3cm height, smooth and medium structured material.
  • Support – None in this style.
  • Features – double stitched flat seams throughout; special gusset design with fly.
  • Colors – Black, anthracite, and light gray.

Conclusion
These are really remarkable tights for men.  I very much appreciate the attention to the male anatomy and the fabric is very comfortable.  I could easily see wearing these on a frequent basis.  If there was any fault to find, it would be the need for just a little more elastane (Lycra) content, perhaps more like 12%.  This would help provide an even better fit that would require less adjustments.  But this is only to seek perfection.  I am indeed quite happy with what is delivered.  Of course, for tights with special features for men not found anywhere else, they are going to be more expensive than women’s tights.  The price for the Luxury 60 den tights is 42,95 €.  The light support tights can be purchased for as low as 30,50 € outside the European union.  Naturally, pricing in other currencies will be subject to fluctuation by current exchange rates.  In my mind, the cost is well worth it when considering the ability to customize your product options and the quality of what you get.


Sunday, 15 January 2012

Reviewed: Comfort4Men 60 Denier Luxury Men's Tights

I first wrote about Comfort4Men tights for men last year when I tested and reviewed their 70 denier opaque tights.

I was extremely impressed with the quality and fit of that
Comfort4Men style and in my review you can see that I gave them a very strong recommendation.


I was asked by Comfort4Men to choose another style to test and review and the description of the 60 denier luxury tights certainly caught my interest:

"You will be thrilled by the unique ultra-smoothness and velvety-softness. Just touch and feel it - the silky lustre speaks for itself."



It is a rather enjoyable experience choosing what style of tights you want on the Comfort4Men website, as one of the welcome features is that you can 'individually design' your tights using features from several variants.

For example, when choosing the
60 denier luxury tights, one has to choose between the low waist or high waist style. Then there is a choice of colours: either Black, Anthracite or Light Grey.

You can then choose to have the tights with or without a fly opening. Lastly, there is a choice of sizes: 4, 5, 6, 7 or 7+.

That makes a total of 60 possible combinations just for the 60 denier luxury tights! Is there any other manufacturer of men's tights that provides such a choice in just one of their styles?

As I have written previously, a tremendous amount of care goes into the design and manufacture of Comfort4Men men's tights. These are not women's tights rebranded as 'unisex' or 'men's tights' - they are tights specifically designed for the male anatomy and therefore one can expect a superior wearing experience in every respect.

The 60 denier luxury tights I chose, were the C406M model, and had the following features:

  • 60 denier
  • High waist
  • Anthracite
  • Black gusset
  • Fly opening
  • Size: 6



Materials and features
The 60 denier luxury tights I tested are made from 92% Polyamide and 8% Elastane. They are not completely opaque in appearance, and I noticed I could see my skin and leg hair in the areas where the fabric is slightly more stretched, such as the thigh.

As described on the Comfort4Men site, the materials is indeed luxurious and very soft and smooth to the touch. The material has a gloss appearance, but is not over shiny.

The tights have plenty of stretch. They have a comfortable waistband. The toe is reinforced and there are flat seams throughout.



The gusset and crotch area also has a flat seam and is made from very soft, comfortable and stretchy material (see picture below). The fly opening is extremely well-designed and also easy to use. There is no need to fiddle about with the opening when going to the bathroom.



The high waist model provides plenty of room, supported further by a rear comfort panel. It is a relief when putting these tights on not to experience the low waist/shallow brief experience of many brands of tights made for women (Falke and Wolford excepted). Choose your size carefully and these tights will fit well, even if you are carrying a few extra pounds in the waist area.

Fit and sizing

As mentioned above, the 60 denier luxury tights come in five different sizes: 4, 5, 6, 7 or 7+. This is a wider size range than the 70 denier opaque tights I tested last year.



With the size 6 pair I tested the fit was really excellent. I have worn this pair several times over the winter, on both very cold days and milder ones. The insulation is excellent, but the tights also seem to breathe so there is no sensation of over heating once one comes back into a warmer environment. The level of comfort is superior to any brand of men's tights I have worn before. On cold nights, I didn't want to take the tights off and they were wonderful to sleep in.

The tights cling extremely well to the legs and don't need frequent pulling up during the day. I did notice, however, that there was a very slight wrinkling at the ankles, when worn for a long period. But that is soon sorted with a bit of a pull-up and reshaping.

These tights have excellent glide under jeans and trousers.

Colour range

The 60 denier luxury tights are available three colours: Black, Anthracite or Light Grey.

The Anthracite shade that I tested was more of a steel blue grey, than the darker, charcoal grey appearance you can see in the pictures.

Price and availability

The 60 denier luxury tights cost €41.95 plus shipping. Shipping rates vary depending on the destination.

For countries outside of the European Union, German value added tax is not payable. This is removed automatically during the order process.

Conclusion

If I had a rating system on Hosiery For Men, these tights would get five stars.

Both pairs of Comfort4Men tights I have tested have been wonderfully comfortable. They are already 'favourite' tights for me and I actually look forward to wearing them.

Yes, they are pricier than other brands (only
Gerbe men's tights are in a similar price bracket) but as the saying goes: "You get what you pay for." These tights are superbly made, are heard wearing and will last a decent length of time.
 
 

 

Reviewed: Comfort4Men men's tights

I was recently kindly provided with a sample pair of the Comfort4Men men's tights from Germany.

I would say that the thought and care which has gone into the design and production of these tights is remarkable. It is clear that every detail has been considered, to ensure that the final product is one that is perfectly adapted for the male anatomy. The
health and wellbeing needs of men buying these tights have also been considered.

The
Comfort4Men website provides some interesting background information about why their men's tights were developed:

"I worked in the fashion branch for many years and was always surprised that fashion and health care products such as support tights were only ever made for women. Support stockings and support tights would also help men to get through the day more comfortably if they have to sit or stand.

My story begins with a relative who suffered a serious thrombosis. From this point on he needed to wear medical compression tights. As no difference in fit was made between women and men, they were very uncomfortable to wear, particularly in the genital region. Up to this point in time apparently no-one had troubled to find a solution for this problem. This was the basis for my idea.

Tights are ‘unisex’. Although in the world of fashion women have ‘taken over’ tights, they were originally exclusively men’s clothing. Today there is no reason why a man should not wear tights."


Another unique feature of
Comfort4Men is that you can 'individually design' your tights using features from several 100 variants. As you can see in the picture below, you can choose between 40, 60, 70, 80 and 140 denier, as well as a choice of compression support. There are also low and high waist options and a choice of shades. Not only that, there is also a choice of gusset colour and whether you want a fly opening or not.

It is really laudable that a manufacturer has shown such a commitment to the men's tights market.


It was quite a task to choose a pair of these tights to review but I eventually went for the C405M model:

  • 70 denier
  • High waist
  • Dark brown
  • Black gusset
  • No fly opening


Materials and features
The tights I tested are 70 denier but looked more like 80 denier. They are very (but not totally) opaque but not very heavy or too hot to wear. They are made from 90% Polyamide and 10% Elastane. The material is extremely soft.

The tights have an extremely comfortable 4cm waistband. The toe is reinforced and has a comfortable flat seam.

The gusset, crotch area has a flat seam and is made from very soft, comfortable material. This area also stretches to accommodate the male anatomy. A rear comfort panel also provides further comfort and ensure the tights fit well.

When worn the tights have a very slight sheen.

Fit and sizing
The tights come in three sizes: 4, 5 and 6.

I am 5' 10" and tested a pair in size 6. 



The fit was perfect. I have worn these tights on several occasions now and they are incredibly comfortable. In fact, they are so comfortable that when I put them on I feel as if I have a pair of bespoke tights that have been personally designed just for me.

The high Elastane content means that they cling extremely well to the legs and don't need pulling up during the day. They glide well under trousers.

Colour range
The 70 denier opaque tights are available six colours: Black, Dark Brown, Indigo, Kobalt, Natur and Navy.

Price and availability

These tights cost €38.80 plus shipping. For non-European countries the price is €32.61. Shipping rates vary depending on the destination.

Conclusion

Despite their relatively high cost I would give these tights the highest recommendation. The care that has gone into their design has paid off and these are genuinely tights made for men, as opposed to some brands of 'unisex' tights. They are robustly made and will last for a long time so one would get plenty of wear out of them.

The price of these tights is comparable to the men's tights made by
Gerbe. I would say they are as good as Gerbe if not better. If you are a man and haven't worn tights before, try these and you will be converted immediately.
 

 


 

Monday, July 26, 2010

Comfort4Men Compression Pantyhose For The Modern Man


I received a pair of Comfort4Men’s “compression pantyhose for the modern man” for review. 
The package is very nicely done full color picture of the product with a black background. The package is actually shown on the start page of the website. The first thing that you notice taking them out of the package is the wide flat seams with black stitching and the black spandex down the middle of the front of the brief with the Comfort4Men logo.

These hose have the appearance of a men's athletic garment similar to the athletic tights from Under Armor or Nike but lighter. They feature flat seams and the most cleverly designed male comfort panel ever produced. A low rise version is available for guys like me that wear our pants on our hips. You have the option of a fly or no fly and a choice of colors. They are available in a 140 denier and 70 denier weight. 140 denier = 18-20 mmHg 70 denier = 12-15 mmHg. The pair I received was a size 5 flesh tone, high rise waist in 140 denier weight. 140 denier makes them sound thick or heavy but the legs are very light and airy and provide an accurate level of support.  
The 140 denier are 78 % nylon 22 % spandex and the 70 denier are 83% nylon 17% spandex.

Pulling these on my size 9.5 foot slid perfectly into place and there was plenty of toe room. The legs are fitted and include a reinforced heel and toes for extra durability. It is almost impossible to get the leg twisted as can happen with the tube sock style legs of cheaper brands. The fitted leg pulls on easily and the graduated compression provides the proper support from ankle to hip.
The 140 denier leg fabric is very sheer with an open weave which allows terrific airflow and also allows perspiration to pass through and not be trapped against the skin like other athletic support tights. During my trial period of over one month I wore these every other day alternating with my favorite pair of another brand of men's pantyhose. I wore them at work as a field service technician on 12 to 18 hour days here in coastal Virginia where we have been experiencing a very warm and humid heat spell. I wore them on many days where the heat factor exceeded 100° Fahrenheit / 38 Celsius. My legs never felt any warmer than any other part of my body due to the open weave of the leg fabric. They actually produce a good evaporative cooling effect if you are a little sweaty from the temperatures or exertion and if there is any breeze at all. Once in place these tights did not move. There was no sliding down or looseness even after a very strenuous 18 hour work day. The overall comfort and support level of these is very good. I might wear a pair of tights over these in cooler weather to stay warm. Possibly they will develop an opaque version with a tighter weave, that would be nice also for cooler weather.

The crotch gusset is made of a fine Micro touch Oeko-tex 100 certified nylon. The Oeko-tex certification means that the fabric contains no skin irritating dyes or chemicals. The pouch that is formed in the perfect spot very gently lifts and supports without restricting, compressing or pinching in any way. Other “male comfort panel” pantyhose I have worn the panel is too large and often end up with a seam an inch or so down on my inner thigh which is not very comfortable. The panel on these is sized perfectly so that the seam which is very unobtrusive falls on the part of the inner thigh where the leg pivots which feels much better to myself.  You can choose flesh tone or black. The black abdomen panel stretches only one direction, up and down not side to side so that a consistent amount of tension is maintained in the brief without crushing your man parts. The high rise style would be much easier to deal with a fly but I received these before they released the fly option. The waist band did not roll when they were pulled up properly but I still cannot wait to get the low rise version. If you are a fan of higher waist briefs you should like the ones I tried here.

The flesh color of the tights I received is a little too beige for my North American sun tanned skin, this is not a major issue for me but I really would like to see a suntan color. If you are fair skinned they should be almost invisible as there does not seem to be a lot of shine to these. I have ordered a couple of pair of the black low rise version, one with a fly and one without. I will review these in a future post. I would think the fly would be very helpful in the high waist version

The store is now in English and the product is available in Europe at this time. Distribution in America is still being worked out so Americans will have to wait just a little longer.You can check out the extensive web site at Comfort4Men