The sacfree underpants, for swingers everywhere

December 13th, 2010 6 Comments By Paul Smith

Picture 22 The sacfree underpants, for swingers everywhereOn Friday we transported you back to 1985 with a look at the Argos catalogue of the day. Now, join us in the Bitterwallet time machine as we witness the fashion of 2005 that never was.

Five years ago, a German garment manufacturer called sacfree produced a pair of pants so revolutionary that they seemingly died out and were never heard of again.

We only know of their existence thanks to a journalist who finally got around to testing a promotional pair of the undercrackers five years later. What are sacfree pants all about? The clue’s in the name, as the poorly translated press release explained:

“The world-wide first testicle-free men’s underwear – a fantastic, comfortable, free feeling and a new sexy look.

And so it works: sacfree® protects and supports the penis in a bag-like pouch. Till here sacfree® feels like a classic slip. For the testicle sacfree® offers pure space. Through an opening the sac can hangs out completely free.

With its open kind sacfree® makes for a fresh breeze. A comfortable and manly healthy characteristic. [A]bove all, people who works vocationally much in sitting will appreciate the new sacfree® freedom.”

[Asylum]

Comments (6) Jump to most recent comment
  1. Posted by mein kampfy chair December 13, 2010 at 1:02 pm

    jesus all it would take would be one awkward twist and then pop goes the weasel

  2. Posted by Foxes Knob December 13, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    Or you could say bang goes the fox?

  3. Posted by TeflonMan December 13, 2010 at 2:26 pm

    Whatever happened to Vorsprung durch Technik?
    Mein Gott …!

  4. Posted by Yue December 13, 2010 at 6:34 pm

    Brains!!

  5. Posted by Nobby December 14, 2010 at 11:26 am

    Most of my underwear has big holes in.

  6. Posted by Noghar December 14, 2010 at 1:17 pm

    I works vocationally much in sitting. And these look like a recipe for crushed nuts.

Leave a Reply *(required)