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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. Don't know your size? Check out our Sizing Guide.
The feel of the fabric is amazing. Very simple and utilitarian design with little branding, which I like. I'm 5'8",150 pounds, lean, athletic build and I found the shape/fit to be awkward and unflattering on me. However I would recommend the product.1
These are nice, but I'm docking it because for some ungodly reason they decided to send me a WHITE pair of these boxer briefs instead of the BLACK ones that I see in everyone else's review. A little biased but I probably will not be wearing these because they're white, really not my thing.1
They ride up, and were extremely uncomfortable for me. I'll stick with boxers.1
Never been a fan of boxer briefs... and these were too tight.1
I don't lie boxer briefs, especially not white ones.
material feels good, if you're into this sorta thing.
I'm a male that chooses to solely wear boxers, not boxer briefs. And anyone that says they are similar is lying. I hope to never get similar products. Such a waste.1
I am not usually one to pay this much for boxers. Like other reviews have said maybe if there were 2 to a pack but for $18 1 is just not enough. They are nice however.2
I liked the material and even tried them on even though they didn't fit. As a biker, I rather would use boxer briefs of this material and cut. Perfect for compression shorts.2
I like the material, fit, and comfort, but it was extremely difficult to use the bathroom without having to get undressed. I wear a suit to work.2
Not particularly sure what the makers of this were thinking. I have to pull these down to urinate. No opening. Wonder if a woman designed this.2