Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Review: dug (down under gear)


We just celebrated Valentine's Day last week and I've got to tell you, that one seems like it was made a lot more for the ladies than the guys. Which is really unfortunate because we women should be just as generous with our gift giving.

If you're thinking that you'd like to find something nice to get the man in your life, let me recommend dug (down under gear) products.

We received one of the sheer black muscle t-shirts and a pair of black boxer briefs. I've got to say that I've never felt material quite like the shirt. It is absolutely some of the softest, lightest material I've ever encountered. I've run it through the wash a few times and haven't noticed any fading or shrinking.

The boxer briefs are really wonderful also. The material is a bit thicker. Like the shirt, I haven't noticed any shrinking or fading of the material. Both are tagless, so there's the added comfort of not having a scratchy tag bothering your man.

dug items are all made here in the US, which I really appreciate. I also love that the company lend support to events that raise awareness and funds for Sickle Cell Anemia and Breast Cancer. So not only can you know that you're getting quality, sexy gear for the man in your life, you can also know that your purchase is going to help worthy causes.

You can purchase these items and a number of others at duglife.com. Maybe give your husband a little something just for fun!

Disclosure: I received several items for review, however my opinions are 100% my own. You can read my full disclosure here

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