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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.
Its an OK boxer brief. They look good and the material feels nice, just didnt like how they fit me.3
These are okay. I like the bright white color, and the fit was decently flattering. I didn't like the lack of fly, so I wouldn't personally buy a pair.3
The boxers were a little bit too small but other than that loved them3
The product is well made and feels like a comfotable material. The sizing was a little snug but I think this is how they are supposed to fit. I will probably stick to boxers.3
Runs really small and didn't like the pure white color.3
I didn't find anything very noticeable about these. They are pretty normal underwear3
These are pretty standard cotton boxer briefs in my opinion. $18 per pair is a bit ridiculous in my mind. Best boxer briefs for me continue to be jockey's sport boxer briefs -- and those are 2 for $24.3
I don't get the impression that these are any better than the boxer briefs I already wear from other designers, and they are priced similarly. In this case, I'm going to go with the known commodity. Also, the sample pair was white--I never wear white underwear. Going to pass on these.3
I guess as the name would suggest bread and boxers, you'll get something a little more basic. The material is great and the underwear is comfortable but compared to the underwear I typically buy these remind me a bit of a hanes pair3
The title says it all. These are great boxers, extremely comfortable, but the lack of fly makes them pretty useless as boxers.3