Is there such a thing as affordable men's underwear with different "cup sizes?"

Now that I'm walking and doing cardio, I'm moving around more...and require more support and a better fit than my Hanes basic briefs offer.  It's really becoming a problem.  And my jock straps, which do manage to at least hold me in place, seem to have far too small a pouch for anything resembling comfort, so they're not a viable option.

Since I am committed to losing a significant amount of weight, whatever I choose will only last (at most) a few months before they become too big...so cost does matter.  Hopefully they'll need to be replaced many times over the next year!!!

Any ideas?

I'm "this" close to learning to sew, and just making my own...but just try finding *that* pattern!

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Boxer briefs were a godsend for me.

I generally use one of my own design made from a steel-belted radial.  OK, I have no serious suggestions.

Funny!

A kilt. 

Commando.

This. The only time I wear underwear is when I am wearing slacks. Comes from living and working in hot, humid places.

I find this uncomfortable when being active...I'm fat enough that my thighs still rub together (working on it) and let's just say that the boys can get caught in there.

They need support, at this stage.

Compression shorts. They're basically just spandex for men.

^ This. 

If you don't want to shell out for Under Armour, the in-house brands that Academy and most other sporting goods stores offer should be sufficient. 

Boxer briefs, but you will need to shop around by a few brands.  Just like finding the right condom you have to try a few out to find the right ones.

Since most of Under Armour's products are overpriced and overrated, I hate recommending them in general as a company, but what they get right, they really get right. They make a good jock strap that is made with a material that is 'stretchy' enough to accommodate size. Avoid their compression shorts though, they squeeze the shit out of your man-parts.

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