In case you weren’t aware (I admit, I wasn’t until this morning), it’s national underwear day – the day we celebrate the garment that protects your most important bits. Many people celebrate by showing their drawers to the world, and we certainly don’t want to be left out of that. Below you’ll find a heaping helping of underwear-clad fat guys representing a variety of brands that we’ve written about over the years – some still around, and some not.
We kick things off with Kelvin Davis of Notoriously Dapper modeling for American Eagle Outfitters/Aerie. No matter what you think about that particular campaign, you’ve got to admit, Kelvin rocked those boxer briefs.
We told you about Swag & Valor, a Seattle-based men’s clothing brand offering sizes to 8X. They had a variety of models wearing their clothing, including this gentleman.
Our own Kenneth Fish got in on the underwear photo game during a recent review of Duluth Trading Company’s Armachillo Cooling Boxer Brief. Fish told us they fit well and offered the coverage and support you need.
Also from the Pacific Northwest, Scout Underwear was the first brand we ever covered that made drawers specifically for plus size men. They upped the ante with an amazing photo shoot featuring men of a variety of sizes.
Straight out of Canada comes Parker & Pine, a Toronto-based brand whose founders realized there weren’t a lot of underwear options for big guys. Their boxer briefs looked great and fit well, so they decided to expand their empire by offering t-shirts as well.
There you have it, the long and storied history of big men in their underwear on Chubstr. Happy Underwear Day!