Dwight Howard Underwear Model for Adidas Flex 360

Dwight Howard Underwear Model. Dwight Howard’s underwear is not your classic boxers or briefs but a pair of Adidas Flex 360 which is supposedly a performance underwear. We’ve never heard of performance underwear before. Deena initially thought that its the kind of underwear worn by male strippers during their performances on stage but Kevin says, and we agree with him, that Adidas Flex 360 is designed more for athletes to wear during competitions and trainings. You don’t want to be wearing scratchy underwear while trying to shoot some a ball to the basket or kick one to the goal, don’t you?

dwight howard underwear model

Anyhoo, here’s some of the specs of the underwear that Dwight would want you to wear:





  • contoured to fit you uniquely and allow great freedom of movement
  • CLIMACOOL provides optimal ventilation and breathability
  • lightweight, extremely soft and quick-drying
  • treated to reduce odor-causing bacteria
  • tagless plush-soft waistband
  • smooth non-chafing stitching
  • dual mesh paneling
  • double-lined support pouch
  • no ride-up leg construction
  • polyester/spandex
  • washable
  • imported

As none of us here at Famewatcher have tried Adidas Flex 360 (it’s safe to say that none of us are the sporty kind), we don’t know how this faves vis-a-vis other kinds of underwear. Those of you who tried it might want to do a review of Adidas Flex 360 in the comments. Is it good? Comfortable? Loose enough? Tight enough? Affordable or expensive?

Let’s take another look at this Dwight Howard underwear for performance purposes by Adidas underwear. [Want to see more Celebrities Wearing Adidas?]

Wowza! This basketball jock sure is taking very good care of his body. No wonder the guys at ESPN Magazine included him in their The Body Edition back in 2009.

Want another shirtless photo of this NBA All-Star baller? Here you go! Hot damn! The guy’s fuckin’ fit and totally shaggable, no? So manly and virile. Hehehe.





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Updated 27 August 2016. Originally posted 12 June 2012.