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This is the latest in a series of posts by The Underwear Expert.
If you have a thing for the All-American guy, complete with a surf board and baseball cap (occasionally worn backwards), then this new Adrian C. Martin photo shoot will more than do it for you. The model’s name is Carlos Guillen. He’s wearing different underwear styles by Croota. The brand is known for their hipster cut. The brief-meets-trunk style they create is so flattering and sexy it’s unreal.
Among other designs, Carlos wear the Croota Neo Night 02 Hipster. It’s the pair he runs in, and wears for all the shots he’s hiding behind the surfboard—all but one. Wink. The hipster has a snug black body with white seams around the pouch and legs. It’s sporty. But then it’s sportier still with it’s bold red waistband. It’s designed with the brand name printed in white, off-centered, at an angle, and in various font sizes. It’s awesomely athletic, and one of the brand’s best.
There is only one pair Carlos wears that is light—the Tennis Fever 01 Hipster. He’s standing to masculine and model-esque for you to see, but there are three embroidered stripes on the rear, close to the seat. Carlos also wears the Rasta Amsterdam 01 Hipster. The Rasta colors are on the waistband. And on a guy like Carlos, we give it 420 thumbs up.
Huge shocker from the world of fitness—Greg Plitt, a fitness expert, model and bodybuilder, who had been one of the most famous of his kind, died yesterday after being struck by a train. He was just 37.
Police have initially ruled out suicide; it appears to have been some kind of tragic accident. Plitt was apparently walking with friends in an area forbidden to pedestrians, capturing photos of passing trains.
Plitt starred on the Bravo series Work Out (2006—2008), appeared on countless magazine covers, in print ads and in TV spots, and was the body inspiration for “Dr. Manhattan” in Watchmen (2009).
It also saddens me to know so many people all over the Internet will likely be clucking their tongues about how he died, failing to realize that we all in our lives do silly things that aren't safe, and yet we usually survive. No judgment, just sadness for the death of someone so young, healthy and motivated to keep living his best life.