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It's a dilemma as old as underwear: Boxers bunch up, but briefs are too snug. This hybrid is made from 95% cotton with a hint of elastane (5%) for a tailored, flexible fit that’s never constricting. Free of scratchy labels, this design makes a welcome departure from branded waistbands.
These are comfortable to wear all day around the office and the plant, but there was nothing special about them.3
They are comfy but they dont fit quite right. Not worth the $18 price point. I probably wouldnt buy another pair of these.3
While I like boxer briefs, (trunks usually) the pair I received was white and very see through. I will say that they are very comfortable, but they are thinner and a little looser than I am used to with Calvin Klein.3
These are more fashion than function. Would wear these for short periods of time, not day wear.3
Coming from a guy who wears loose fitting boxers, these were a very nice pair of boxer briefs. Having said that, they did ride up on me and were rather tight throughout the day. Nice, but not enough for me to switch styles.3
This pair of underwear is, well, eh. It feels nice and puts everything where it should be, but man do I wish it felt a little more comfortable. My recommendation is to save yourself 2 dollars and go to meundies. They're underwear is cheaper and better and comes in much better designs3
Nice feeling fabric but boring design and seemed to not have enough elasticity.3
Who really buys white underwear anymore? I'll pass on this one. Thanks.3
These boxer briefs are fine.......if you like boxer briefs. It's just that I'm more of a briefs man. They fit well and are soft and comfortable. They also hold up well after washing and drying.3
The boxer-briefs were comfortable, but the gray color was a little dull. Could not really tell a difference between these and a similar styled pair I've purchased at Target for much less. Also the marketing tag line was little odd; I've never heard of a such thing as "morning bread" or the concept of purchasing bread daily in the morning. Coming from a marketing background, sort of hit me as a miss.3