INTRODUCING SMUGGLING DUDS
UNDERWEAR FOR THE EXTREME
Ever wondered why boxers are called boxers? The term has been used in England since 1944 for all-around-elastic shorts, so named after the shorts worn by boxers, for whom unhindered leg movement (footwork) is very important. Boxers come in a variety of styles and designs but are characterised by their loose fit. That used to be the case, but how can one possibly perform a Guillotine Choke or a Gogoplata (these are UFC moves by the way, not Dolph Lungdren straight to DVD movies) with all that excess material?
Introducing for the uninitiated, Smuggling Duds, a select product for a select market. The majority of underwear brands are indistinguishable. Partly because designs for boxers and briefs have remained implacable, a perfunctory sartorial accessory that barely has its time in the sun. Now, thanks to Smuggling Duds, we can dispel that fallacy. To prove it our team were dispatched some samples to road test, and you can watch our team disport themselves in the video below.
All Smuggling Duds boxer brief's come with their EU Design Registered and US Design Patented stash pocket to keep all your small valuables safe when travelling or on the move. Such as money, credit cards, driver’s license, passport, iPod, mobile phone, condoms etc. And let's not forget, if the lady/lass feels compelled to leave you a tip after an infallible performance (let you join the dots on that one) then the open stash pocket is just the ticket.
Abstract, Carbon Digi-cam, and Jungle Camo designs from the Core Collection (They have the new bigger stash pocket to keep more of you small valuables safe with RRP £14 each). Union Jack and St. Patrick's Smuggling Duds from the International Collection (They have a RRP £20 but can get discount in multi-pack options). Caution Smuggling Duds from the Deluxe Range (They have a RRP £18 but can get discount in multi-pack options). Super Stealth 2.0 Smuggling Duds with minimal branding and the bigger pocket on the inside for those who want to stay under the radar (RRP £12).
Smuggling Duds the brand has also been attached to some emerging athletes across a whole genre of sports. They've sponsored athletes such as 3 times world cup downhill mountain bike champion Steve Peat, world champ downhill mountain bike champion Danny Hart, MX1 pro motocross rider Max Anstie and a number of high profile UFC fighters such as Dan Hardy, Jimi Manuwa and Ross Pearson have worn them for their weigh-ins.
They offer free shipping on all purchases over £40 and whilst you're on the website, be sure to check out some of their competitively priced 100% cotton tees. There's something on the website for the ladies, check out the stash pocket thongs available now for just £5.