Say goodbye to the baggy boxer shorts that scrunch up in your pants and loose y-fronts are passé because a new version of the tighty-whitey are gaining popularity.
Thanks to the likes of David Beckham and world-renowned designers, the "manty" is making a rather successful debut amongst men everywhere. So much so that the Daily Mail reports that even the Oxford English Dictionary is considering adding the word to its vocabulary.
Even New York Fashion Week has seen a few manties walk down the ramp.
While Beckham may prefer a pricier version of the skimpy man panty - Armani - UK clothing stores, Marks & Spencers says it is also seeing a rise in small briefs for men.
Earlier this year, body-shaping undergarments company Spanx launched the male version of it's most popular product - a tight fitting bum and tummy shaping underwear - called a "manx".
And if you thought the words "manx" and "manties" are odd, then you're in for some fun because it seems that renaming products typically used by women to market to men is becoming something of a trend. Amongst them, manbags (instead of handbags), murses (man purses) and even mandals (men's sandals).