Fellas, as the Great Bob Dylan once said “The times, they are a-changin’.” The days of being perceived as a flat buttocked man are over. Sure you could be a professional athlete or train like one, but until that day comes, Rounderbum has got your back—nay, it has your butt, and it’s looking pretty good.
Rounderbum is a company that makes undergarments for men and women, but mostly men. They cover all the basics you would expect from a designer pair of underwear; premium material for comfort and several aesthetically pleasing designs ranging from solid colors to intricate patterns. But Rounderbum differentiates itself with its unique approach to supporting your unmentionables: it aims to enhance them. They may use fancy-shmancy terminology to categorize their undies but don’t let that scare you off.
“Padded Tech” underwear is designed to put a little more junk in the trunk for our gluteal-ly challenged friends. By many accounts, the pads are subtle yet give your admirers something to be curious about. The padding is not enough to ‘catfish’ someone in realtime but enough enhance what you’ve already been blessed with.
“Lifted Tech” takes what you’re already working with and pulls it skyward almost like a couple of gentle, invisible hands raising your goods towards the elastic band.
“Package Tech,” listen, I’m not going to judge. You might have to wear tights at work as an Olympic figure skater or perhaps you have slimming bodysuit for a costume party and would rather not have everyone see the outline of your manhood. Maybe you just want people to think the size of your bulge to look bigger than it is—again I’m not here to judge, after all, padded bras are a thing.
“Anatomic Tech” is regular ol’ undies, you’re comfortable with you who you are and just want a layer between you and your pants that feel good.
“Compression Tech” gives you support and firmness in the lower back area because the band rests slightly above the naval creating a slimming effect.