Jon Hamm's crotch has been hogging headlines since network staff asked Hamm to holster his "impressive anatomy" on the "Mad Men" set. Luckily for Hamm's crew and costars, two legendary tighty-whitey manufacturers are eager to help.

Jockey and Fruit of the Loom have each offered Hamm a lifetime supply of their products. Both brands reached out through TMZ, and the latter even granted Hamm permission to skip the skivvies if he feels so inclined:

"We want people to be themselves. And if going Commando makes you happy, we say go for it. But in case you change your mind, we got you covered."

How thoughtful of you, Fruit of the Loom. Since the idea of Jon Hamm commando went public, the actor's been aggravated about all the attention down south. "They're called 'privates' for a reason," he told Rolling Stone. Do you think Hamm would make an underwear spokesmodel commanding enough to rival Marky Mark?

How does John Hamm stack up to these male models?

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  • Andew Cooper

    This <a href="">Diet Coke commercial</a> provided Cooper with a breakout live-action role.

  • Tyson Beckford

    Discovered in 1992, Beckford's a veteran poser by now. He went on to co-host Bravo's "Make Me A Supermodel."

  • David Gandy

    <a href="">Famously outspoken</a>, Gandy's been in ads for Dolce & Gabbana.

  • Matthew Terry

    In <a href="">this Calvin Klein ad that aired during the Super Bowl</a>, it's hard to keep your attention on the product and off the abs.

  • David Beckham

    Everyone's favorite footballer certainly can <a href="">multitask</a>.

  • Baptiste Giabiconi

    The face of Chanel and Fendi was once an accessory for <a href="">Katy Perry</a>.

  • Brad Kroenig

    Kroenig dropped a soccer scholarship to model for Abercrombie & Fitch, and he now counts Karl Lagerfeld among his biggest fans.

  • Rob Evans

    This British-bred beauty <a href="">judged America's Next Top Model's Cycle 19</a>.

  • River Viiperi

    This face might be familiar from campaigns for American Eagle, Calvin Klein, Armani Exchange and Versace for H&M.

  • Harry Goodwins

    Goodwins has walked in runway shows for DKNY, Calvin Klein and Viktor & Rolf.

  • Sean O'Pry

    O'Pry was <a href="">scouted from his prom photos</a>. We wish we could have been his date.

  • Simone Nobili

    Nobili left school in Milan to debut at Alexander McQueen's runway show in January 2011. Since, he's been in a Giorgio Armani film with Karolina Kurkova and stripped down to skivvies for Moschino.

  • Bastiaan van Gaalen

    He's been in Hugo Boss and Daks ads and walked the runway at Damir Doma. Pictured here in a campaign for Pierre Balmain.

  • Benjamin Eidem

    This Swedish model recently appeared in Lacoste's pre-fall lookbook, and walked a slew of shows for spring, including Gucci, Belstaff, Bottega Veneta and Rag + Bone.

  • Clement Chabernaud

    Described by <a href="">one devoted tumblr</a> as a "Flawless French F--k." That pretty much covers it.

  • David Agbodji

    Togo-born Agbodji has been featured in V Man and Vogue Hommes Japan.

  • Florian Van Bael

    Belgian Van Bael <a href="">has a thing for shoes</a>. We'd take him shopping any day.

  • Janice Ancens

    We've seen this lovely Latvian in print campaigns for Balmain Homme, Dior Homme and Belstaff.

  • Paolo Anchisi

    Anchisi teaches us that good looks are indeed genetic--his mom, Lynn Koester, is a model, too.

  • Robin Ahrens

    Ahrens, like many, was scouted on the street. This past season, the German model walked in runway shows for Hermes, Mugler, Givenchy and Prada, among others.

  • Simon Nessman

    This Canadian's been in ads ranging from Gap to Galliano, and everywhere in between.

  • Zhao Lei

    Lei walked in runway shows for Giorgio Armani, Ferragamo and Missoni this past season.

  • Exclusive: These Male Models Get 'Built'

    Style's newest docu-series, Built (about male models / handymen), premieres January 28 at 9 p.m. on Style.

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