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Over the summer, I had been listening to Howard Stern rave about his new Tommy John underwear. He said he had tried a pair, discovered they were like wearing nothing at all, and then purchased a “case” of them.

I appreciated Howard’s opinion on the topic, since years before he had enlightened me to the illogicality of wearing the aforementioned white underpants.

I’m a bit of Stern Superfan, but I also recognize that Howard is the master of “live” commercials, which often use his personal experience with a product to create a powerful endorsement.

Is he really a believer in the product, or is it just a paid promotion? By my cynical nature, I tend to assume the latter.

But given Howard’s ridiculously high enthusiasm for Tommy John and my need for some new underwear I decided to order a pair of boxer briefs. Specifically, the “Second Skin Trunk.” Price: $29.

They were as good as Howard had advertised. The thin, silky fabric which is 90% micro modal and 10% spandex is indeed like wearing nothing. I would liken it more to the feel of women’s undergarments (not that I’ve tried them myself) than my now “thick feeling” 100% cotton boxer briefs.

What’s even better is the “contour pouch” that holds your junk comfortably in place, eliminating the risk of a moose knuckle. Why have I been buying underwear without that feature for, uh, 43 years?

The bonus is the innovative “Quick Draw Fly.” If you think you wouldn’t care about this feature which is a horizontal opening instead of the ubiquitous vertical style I’d say you should save your judgment until you try it. It’s such an obvious, but missed improvement that it’s sort of genius. I was totally sold on Tommy John, and ordered 7 more pair.

Yes, they were 3 times more expensive than what I had worn previously. But women have long invested in high quality, comfortable undergarments. And as Men’s Health fashion director Brian Boye told me, “You can wear a good pair of underwear for years.”

This is where it gets interesting (and maybe a little weird). When I told Brian an actual underwear expert about my new passion for Tommy John, he said, “If you like those, you’ve got to try Saxx.”

He handed me a pair of Saxx brand boxer briefs that the company had sent him to test. He then assured me he hadn’t yet put them to the test, and that they were mine to try. (I still washed them on “hot” before wearing.)

This particular pair of Saxx was from their “Fiesta” line. Cool looking, but not quite as silky soft as my Tommy Johns. I gave them a shot.

The verdict: Awesome. http://www.cheapnfljerseysfreeshipping.top/ Turns out, Saxx also had a pouch what they call an “articulated front pouch.” But here’s where they beat Tommy John in my personal underwars: They didn’t ride up my leg.

Despite all the benefits of the Tommy John underwear I bought, they would bunch up when I sat down just like my cotton boxer briefs. The Saxx stayed in place. (It’s worth noting that the ride factor may be a moot point if your preference is the traditional low cut brief, which I didn’t try.)

After a couple of wears, I was a convert, despite the fact that they weren’t as close to wearing nothing as the Tommy Johns. But then I made a discovery on the Saxx website: The Fiestas which are mostly cotton mixed with 5% spandex were only the fourth softest underwear in the company’s product line.

To see what I was missing, I ordered the “Blacksheep” and “Vibe” styles 2 and 3 on the Saxx Softness Scale for $39.95 and $31.95, respectively.

Jackpot. Both of these rival the softness of Tommy John, but without the ride factor. And I haven’t even tried “Platinum,” their softest style.

Now if you think that spending $30 to $40 on a pair of underwear is stupid, I totally get it. I used to think that, too. But you can always do what I did: Order one pair, and see if the experience is worth it to you. (You can’t generally return underpants, so yes, it will be a $30 leap of faith.)

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The Subban family knows a thing or two about hockey, and as it turns out, they also know quite a bit about style. Subban, Vancouver Canucks defenceman Jordan and Boston Bruins goaltender Malcolm, as well as their dad, Karl, posed for Canadian retailer RW Co. for its fall 2015 suiting campaign. said of his style in a news release. “The suit allowed me to express my personal style, all while looking professional. That’s fashion you can make your own fashion. Being an ambassador for RW CO.’ s Fall collection and communicating the importance and versatility of the suit to men, especially young male athletes who are just now being introduced to suiting, is something that I’m proud to add to my roster.”

Featuring accents such as contrast lining, coloured stitching and patterned lapels, the statement making collection ranges from $298 to $448 for a full suit.

The fall 2015 menswear range is available now at RW CO.

Men, it’s time to pamper yourselves

Vancouver men looking to have a relaxing spa day can now do just that at CHI, The Spa at Shangri La.

The luxury spa recently unveiled a full new menu of treatments tailored exclusively for men, including a CHI Stress Remover massage, Executive Facial, Professional Hands manicure and a Revitalized Feet pedicure priced from $55 to $250.

“CHI For Men is about taking better care of yourself,” Michelle Punj, manager of CHI, The Spa at Shangri La, said in a news release.

Canada Goose gets artsy

Winter warmth gets a dose of artistic design thanks to a capsule collection from Canada Goose.

Featuring illustrations from Toronto based artist Donald Robertson, the pieces are available for a limited time at the concept store STORY in New York City. Customers who purchased Canada Goose jackets between Sept. 10 to 15 were also be able to have Robertson customize their new item, according to a news release.

“Canada Goose sits at the intersection of fashion and function, so combining the utility of our jackets with Donald fashion’s favourite artist and fellow Canadian icon is a perfect fit,” Carrie Baker, vice president of communications for Canada Goose, said. to get a Canada Goose x Donald Robertson goody. and Canadian shoppers on Oct.

Mac Guo Pei collection launches

One of China’s biggest fashion exports, couturier Guo Pei (the very same talent who designed Rihanna’s show stopping yellow gown at this year’s Met Gala), is getting into the beauty game with a capsule collection with MAC Cosmetics.

The collection, which is available from Oct. 1 to Nov.

Inspired by the designer’s “garden of the soul,” the launch includes bold jewel tones, soft neutrals and moody grey and is priced from $21 to $84.

Freywille goes online

Fans of the Austrian jewelry company Freywille can now shop for their glitzy creations from the comfort of their homes.

The company, which operates a boutique at 511 Howe St. in Vancouver, recently announced the launch of its Canadian ecommerce site offering a comprehensive collection of the 50 year old jeweller’s creations.

“With Canada being the size it is, we think that our customers in Eastern and Northern Canada will especially appreciate a ‘closer’ shopping experience,” Marketing Manager Louise Aird said in a news release. “They will enjoy being able to look around the shop We have new collections to offer them, many of which are offered at a discount.”

Shoppers can access a 15 per cent discount code via the website for a limited time.

Much Little gets back to basics for fall

Shopping for fall staples is a cinch at the Main Street boutique Much Little.

The locally owned shop announced its seasonal lineup, including several new brands many of them local talents such as Vancouver’s own Vestige.

SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileJane Newhook, 83, of Norman’s Cove Long Cove was killed Friday when her car collided with another vehicle after travelling to Thornlea for supper with friends and family.Newhook’s daughters Ella Ann Penney, Lori Newhook, Kay Coish, Wanda Smith, Michelle Woodman and Melissa Newhook released a statement Tuesday saying their mother was loved and respected by her entire family and the community.If even one person could be spared, she will not not have died in vain. Statement from Jane Newhook’s daughters”Mom was a quiet lady who always put everyone else ahead of herself,” they wrote.”At 83 she was still healthy and active and lived independently in her own home. Canada Goose Jackets She loved to bake and sew, often dropping off baked goods to friends and neighbours.”The daughters also said they hope their mother’s death will serve as a warning to others of the dangers of driving while impaired or distracted.”Our hope is that because of this tragedy, someone who would carelessly drive while impaired, or text while driving, would stop and remember her and the senseless loss of someone what we all loved so dearly,” they wrote.

Family Harmony Is Broken

Boxing quarrels happen all too often. But rarely do they breach family bonds, as they have at Ten Goose Boxing, a managerial and promotional outfit based in Van Nuys, Calif.

Ten Goose’s Dan Goossen has gained renown for managing fighters like Frankie Duarte and Michael Nunn to title shots. And though Nunn, the International Boxing Federation middleweight champion, defected from Ten Goose last year, his leavetaking hardly diminished the job Goossen did in maneuvering the skilled but often boring Nunn to million dollar paydays.

The story of Ten Goose’s success is not about a one man operation, but rather of a family enterprise. Dan, a former office supplies salesman, manages the fighters while his brothers, Joe (trainer), Larry and Greg (cornermen), Gordon and Mike (attorneys), also contribute.

“My brothers in law, Tom Brown and Denny Buffo, are involved with our monthly fight promotions in Reseda. My wife, Lynda, and mother, Ann, work in the Van Nuys office and my sisters, Ellorie and Sandra, work the box office in Reseda,” Dan said.

The collaboration has made Ten Goose seem the very model of family harmony. And that, said 48 year old Pat Goossen the other day was “the thing that irritated me the most.”

“At one time we were really a tight knit family,” said Pat, a Goossen brother who says he was an equal partner with Dan when Ten Goose started in 1982. But for several years now, Pat said, he had nothing to do with Ten Goose, and it is a matter that gnaws at him. “I thought something could be salvaged,” he said. “So for years I bit the bullet. But I can’t anymore. It’s eating away at me. http://www.cheapgoose.top I feel if I don’t get it out, it will eventually destroy me.”

So Pat finally has gone public about the rift that he said led to his ouster from Ten Goose in 1985.

“One of our fighters, a welterweight I trained named Dennis Mulholland, had lived in my house for two and a half years,” Pat said. “He was almost like a son to me. Well, my brother Dan and the fighter had a run in and Dan ordered me to evict Mulholland. I refused. ‘It’s my house,’ I told him. He said it was a conflict of interest and that I was out of Ten Goose. Since I didn’t have a contract with Ten Goose even though I was with them from the beginning that was the end of it. I was out.”

Pat said that he and Dan had not spoken now in “maybe three years” and that his own family had become “a sort of separate entity,” a disassociation from Ten Goose not widely known.

“Over the years people everywhere would congratulate me about Nunn and the others, and there was nothing I could say,” Pat said.

At one time, Pat said, he considered suing for his share of Ten Goose money but had refrained so as not to cause grief to his mother.

Dan’s response? “I hate to see the family not speaking,” he said. “But for me to dispute Pat is just a rehashing of a family matter that I’d rather keep private.” Infighting Out of the Ring

Did Dan Duva, the promoter of Hector Camacho, call Don King’s bluff? King announced that he had an April 15 date for a Julio Cesar Chavez Camacho bout. It is a strange pay per view date given that the Evander Holyfield George Foreman heavyweight title match was scheduled only four days later and was sure to impinge on Chavez Camacho profits.

When advised of King’s plans for Chavez Camacho, Duva told King: Fine, bring the money a $4.5 million guarantee for Camacho.

Last Friday, Duva was informed that King’s attorney, Bob Hirth, had written to say the April 15 date would be moved to a later time.

Rumors of a comeback by Larry Holmes, the former heavyweight champion, continue to grow. There is even a designated opponent, Tim (Doc) Anderson, who is said to have been advanced money to stand by. Anderson was one of the early victims in George Foreman’s comeback.

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