get wrapped up in Japan's oldest menswear! Fundoshi (褌) is a simple length of fabric worn as a loincloth in Japan for over 1,200 years. 褌を締めてかかる
Very sexy photos and of course I'm part of the party today with a dark brown roskushaku under my Gap khakis.
Me too; black rokushaku under my black BDU's. Love the way it feels and looks!
Make that 3 of us -- lightweight pure white fundoshi under fitted jeans and unbleached linen shirt!
Count me in with a white printed under pleted tan shorts
It is hot enough here that I was given the order this morning. When I get home, my rokushaku is my uniform and all I'm allowed to wear. Hey, I like being on display and really comfortable. There is something about these pix of guys with their pants partially off which is very erotic and each time I've looked at this set today I've had major wood going on. :)
I commonly wear an etchu fundoshi under a pair of jeans, but I wear it with the apron on the outside of my pants. People will commonly ask me what the cloth is hanging out of my jeans which, of course, gives me an excuse to show them :-)
George, I've contemplated doing that before! That's excellent.
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