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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.
Yes they are soft but they feel more like compression shorts and ultimately not comfortable to wear.2
Dear everyone, stop wearing white underwear. I'm sure these would have been great if I had received any color/shade other than white.2
I was excited to try this because the last boxers I got from birchbox were amazing but the quality of this brand was not worth the price at all!2
I don't enjoy boxer briefs, and I didn't enjoy these either.2
These boxers were quality made and the fabric is cool; however, they aren't very functional. Adjustments need to be made throughout the day making them uncomfortable.2
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
Plain white briefs for $20? No thanks. Nothing really special about these briefs that are made with Swedish Standards in mind.2