The Greek God Brief

The Greek God Brief

Have you tried the Greek God Brief by Body Aware?  If not, all I can say is, you must! It has become a signature product at Body Aware, and perhaps, more importantly, an incredible – revolutionary – contribution to contemporary underwear and fashion for men.

To understand what I really love about these briefs, let’s break the brief down by each component:

  • Fabric:  The fabric is remarkable.  It is delicate, smooth, and extremely lightweight.  Holding the briefs in your hands is a unique feeling, like holding a beautiful and delicate flower.  The weave of the fabric is tight which gives the undies a wonderful texture. Just as importantly, the fabric is really high quality and these briefs will last!

  • Color:  The designers at Body Aware typically have a great understanding of color, and this product comes in an array to please almost any taste (I love the royal blue!).  It’s more than just the palette, as so much of the quality of the color comes from the quality of the fabric. The satin really lends a shine to the color, nothing that seems garish or excessive, but one that does help you to shine on the inside and helps you to show yourself off.  I am excited that Body Aware is creating new prints for their satin briefs, and hope to see some new designs in the future.

  • Fit/sizing:  Probably like many of us, I fall between sizes, sometimes a medium and sometimes a large.  On the website, Body Aware suggests going to the larger size. Well, I have a couple of pairs of the Greek God Brief, both in medium and large, and I love them both.  The fabric has a nice stretch to it, and because it’s such high quality, it can stretch and still hold its shape. The snug fit can feel fun and sexy, and really accentuate the shine of the satin.  The larger size is so luxurious and feels weightless when you put them on. Either way, wearing these feels like a treat for both yourself and anyone you share them with.

  • Design:  The cut and stitching of the brief are unique and wonderful.  The seam on the backside has a nice feel and also helps provide great shape.  The brief also has a nice pouch, and can really give you a nice look and shape.

All said and done, I highly recommend these briefs.  Not only do they seem like a signature product from Body Aware, but also a personal favorite in my drawer.  If you haven’t given them a try, please do! And if you’ve already discovered these briefs, please share your thoughts!

Signing off for now!


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GreekGodBrief is an interesting product and I just saw your video about it. I hadn’t, in fact, ever heard of your company before but am interested in this. So I was disappointed when I saw they were “sold out”. As I understand Body Aware makes your own products, I don’t even understand how this can happen. But reading some of the posts above suggests that this product has gone missing a long time ago and may never again exist. I’m not here to wait around indefinitely for a product to appear when it’s not going to happen. Please explain when (and if) this will return. Thanks.

Body Aware replies: We are aiming to offer the Greek God brief again in May 2024, following many requests recently. We had a pause of the last few months as we produce new styles regularly and we drop older styles, as our warehouse is only so big!
David (Body Aware)


Wish that the Greek God Brief would come back… maybe in camo 💪🏼


I wish they would just tell us that they are not going to bring back the Geek Gods line. It is very frustrating to wait abound for something that is not going to happen.


I too and waiting for these lil guys to come back. If I could suggest to the BA Design Team to have white ones with red hearts or green clovers or any other cute designs on them. I am sure they would be ordered up quickly. The girlfriend and I just may get confused on laundry day….


Patiently waiting in 2022 for an announcement on the return of greek god briefs in new colors.


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