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Introducing The Junk Jeans—Protecting Guys’ Manhood One Pair at a Time

By Kim Anne Aug 14, 2012 5:38PM

As women, we have a daily battle trying to squeeze ourselves into our skinny jeans every morning, but we can honestly say we haven’t really given a whole lot of thought to the poor men out there trying to fit it all in their own jeans—well, at least until now.

Introducing a jean made specifically for the man to prevent scrunching, squishing and general uncomfortable-ness that goes with trying to squeeze their manhood into a pair of jeans.

They’re called the junk jeans, developed by Florida-based company The Hot Child. Their shtick? Creating the first “anatomically-designed jeans with a man’s junk in mind.”

Fashionista.com reports that mother and son duo Catherine Williams and Octavio Silva are behind this concept, inspired by Octavio having problems fitting all of his anatomy within his own pants.

“Octavio’s main motivation was his anatomy,” says Williams of the inspiration for the junk jean. “You know, jeans just aren’t made for men. They’re not flat. There’s nothing on the market that’s really incorporated any kind of contour in a man’s pants. We don’t want to limit ourselves to jeans, but jeans are just so sexy and [ours] really enhance a man. It just allows them to have some freedom of movement, and the only way I can really compare it is to having a comfortable bra–it’s the same for a man having a comfortable pair of jeans. We’ve got multiple patents pending.”

This special jean contains a built-in codpiece (which Fashionista so helpfully explains as simply,  a penis pouch) to keep a man’s junk from getting all squished. “It’s not sewn flat, it’s sewn on a contour,” says Williams. “So if you were looking from the profile, like in the pictures, it’s all man in there! It’s almost like a constructed pouch. It doesn’t look weird though. It’s very sexy.”

And for those men who want some variety in their lives, never fear—there are seven different washes of junk jeans. According to The Hot Child website, the pants will be available in stores this fall.

Tell us: Would you ever buy your man the junk jean?

Photo: Courtesy The Hot Child

3Comments
Apr 8, 2013 11:13AM
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course i'd wear em. if women f*&kin shove their enhanced 'milks' up our faces, why the hell not. n, they wear their skirts up to where, . . , we are proud of our junk which looks better than mamm., . . . garraud
Nov 29, 2012 5:56AM
Nov 29, 2012 4:25AM
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Now we have to wonder if the guy's stuffing his "junk sack". Good grief. Don't men flatter themselves? How have they survived for this long without those ridiculous looking jeans?
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