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The problem with boxers, plain and simple, is bunching: They ride up in the wrong places at the wrong times—and “tending” to wedgies in public isn’t cool. Meanwhile, the problem with briefs is that they’re too snug. The solution: The boxer brief. This premium version has just the right amount of stretch, plus a clean aesthetic (just the barest hint of a logo) that’s a refreshing departure from flashing some designer’s name on the waistband. Don't know your size? Check out our Sizing Guide.
It's pointless to spend $18 on a pair of underwear.1
I washed them, tried them on and quickly tossed them. I do not like boxer briefs and these did not really look good on me.1
The boxers were too big, did not fit well. The bland white color was also disappointing.1
I could really only consider these gym underwear. They are double lined in the front area with no flap, making them incredibly hard to use without taking off normal pants. They also seem cut for someone not particularly fit, as the leg holes were noticably tighter than the waist on me at 6' 175lb.1
Im not a fan of these trunks, the fit rides up. I received this in my monthly birchbox. Im not sure who wears white underwear anymore. But the fact the fabric is white is not appealing. The trunks also sit above the waist line.1
In my monthly birchbox you send me a white pair of boxers? What is this, the 1980s? Who wants white underwear that doesn't even fit or look good. Worst Birchbox ever. I'm cancelling my monthly box.1
Completely useless. These fit horribly, have no support and are no better than your average pair of Hanes. Don't waste your time or money.1
These underpants are pretty overpriced and arent as comfortable as some other cheaper brands out there.1
My husband asked me to write this review on his behalf. He said these were literally the worst boxers he has ever worn. They were either rolling up his leg or bunching up on the hips, and he said he could not wait to get home to take them off.1
I really wanted to like these boxer briefs. However, as a pretty sizable guy (6'2", 210lbs, small waist, squatters thighs at 26" circumference), the leg openings rode up and became really uncomfortable. These also shrank a shocking amount, so much that they were barely wearable after one wash. A total bust if you've got athletic quads.1