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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.
Fairly standard boxer briefs. They comfortable cotton and a decent length down the leg but nothing extraordinary.2
I like lycra spandex boxer briefs, so was interested to see how lycra cotton blend would hold up, but unfortunately received small instead of medium, so were a pretty uncomfortable fit.2
These briefs were just not my style. The fabric was too thin and the fit just wasn't right.2
They seem like they are nice good quality, but not really my thing. I'm more into wearing trunks than boxers.2
I wear boxer briefs all the time so getting these i figured would be a nice treat. They are very comfortable to wear, however i didn't realize there is no fly which made my bathroom experience very interesting. If you can live without a fly, go buy these now. For me it was too much of a deal breaker.
These are ok. Not the best. Just wasn't really for me.2
I'm not a fan of boxer briefs to start and these I really didn't like. They don't fit very well and felt uncomfortably loose.2
I don't understand why people make boxer briefs without the front "escape hatch." Also, maybe it's just me, but these are more brief than boxer brief...pretty tiny legs.2
So its a pair of underwear. Been there done that. And this.2
I'm always excited to try new brands however these are very basic which seems to be the brands poise (no pun intended). These boxers are comfortable however I do have a couple of things about them that I don't like.
I rate underwear by a couple of aspects. If I bend over and stand back up, I expect my underwear to remain at my waistline. In these, they are partially still down and I find that I have to keep pulling them back into place.
Also, I may have a different opinion about underwear than others on this but it would seem to be a pretty default feature to have a way to use the restroom without having to pull down your underwear (i.e. a slit or fold typically found in undergarments).