Finally: Underwear That Makes A Man's Butt Look Tight and Sexy
Jul 20, 2012 12:05
If women had wonderbras that made their bust look sexier, I don't see why us men can't have underwear that make our butts look better. These Italian undies are made by D.HEDRAL and it uses "angle fit" technology to enhance your butt's roundness. The result: taut and tight. And possibly more eyeballs from everyone else.
The model of course, already has quite an attractive posterior, but for others who don't have much of a shape, the D.HEDRAL underwear enhances it by adding support at three specific angles (depending on your size). The different angles change the support of the tight fabric allowing the underwear to better adapt to your body. Bespoke underwear, but not bespoke.
D.HEDRAL actually says that it's been working on the underwear for three years. [DHEDRAL via Daily Mail]
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