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It's a dilemma as old as underwear: Boxers bunch up, but briefs are too snug. This hybrid borrows the best of both: It's made from supersoft cotton (95%) with a hint of elastane (5%) for a tailored fit that flexible, and never constricting. Devoid of scratchy labels, this design is a refreshing departure from the branded waistbands of most guys' undergarments.
These seem like good policy boxer briefs, however I find boxer briefs generally uncomfortable. These are no exception.1
I am a big dude. 6'2" and 250lb. These things do not fit.1
These seem like nice, soft boxers. Unfortunately, they didn't fit for me.1
These boxer briefs were too long for my liking. I prefer a trunk so perhaps I am biased. That said, they didn't fit to the body, rather they kind of stretched across it. They weren't the most comfortable underwear.1
I really don't find anything about this that makes it any better than underwear form a discount store (e.g., Target et. al.). The material is the same and the price is higher. I don't see anything that would lead me to believe it is of higher quality. (I think it also runs small, but I'm not a "J. Crew" model either.)1
These developed holes under the waistband after only three washes. Looked great but they did not hold up too long.1
It is as if the makers of these boxers did not know that male anatomy is distinctly different than that of a Ken Doll. They make good on the no-ride-up claim, but it was just too painful for me.1
Maybe I got a dud, but these boxer briefs don't have a fly... Comfortable fabric, so that's positive.1
Hardly any elastic around the legs so they ride up constantly. The material is soft and comfortable though.1
it crushed too much what shouldn't have been crushed and waist band rubbed too much1