Orange Crush Briefs

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  • Posted: June 25, 2016 5:06 pm
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Selling off my size-L orange crush briefs. I’ve had them for awhile and have had a lot of good times in them. Mostly just walking around my house in just these favorite briefs of mine, sunning out by my pool, and got ’em on me when I wake up with some morning wood. 😉 Will be hard to part with them, but they’re looking for a buddy’s new bulge to call home.

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  1. jockstrap lover said on February 1, 2017 2:15 pm:

    The interesting history regarding the jockstrap… We have to go all the way back to the 1870s, and a Mr. Bennett of Chicago, who was simply clearly *very* worried regarding the hurt in which cobbled pavement did to cycling courier’s nuts. All that out of hand bouncing about kept him up at night. Poor Mr. Bennett. Nevertheless thankfully for the street bike messengers (as well as ‘jockeys’), Mr. Bennett got a good idea, and he named it after them. The ‘jock strap’ was created. Fast-forward half a century into the 1920s, and a young Canadian named Jack Cartlege. Jack loved his hockey *almost* as much as he treasured slipping on his preferred jock strap, but it wasn’t until one fateful day in 1927 that Jack realized (the hard way!) that his jock strap was no competition for a hockey puck inside crotch. Jack wasn’t massively eager on reproducing the experience, and who places blame on him, so he arrived up with the ingenious idea of slipping a hard mug down the front of his jock strap. The look was quickly trademarked and production started off. Adult males no longer had to live in concern about a stray puck, ball or studded footwear. Jack’s mix of jock strap and protecting cup took over as mainstay of boys’ highschool athletics equipment throughout the globe for the remainder of the 20th century, right up until under garment brands such as Andrew Christian, C-in2 and Addicted started reinventing the typical style. Away went the ugly colour of off-white and the unflattering waistbands, and in came a different range of innovative cuts and forms, and fun colours. These contemporary jock straps would be the perfect balance between design and performance – as great around the track or in a fitness center because they are under a pair of jeans, or suit trousers if you’re game for it. Business in the front, party in the back!