Bread & Boxers Boxer Briefs

The problem with boxers, plain and simple, is bunching: They ride up in the wrong places at the wrong times—and “tending” to wedgies in public isn’t cool. Meanwhile, the problem with briefs is that they’re too snug. The solution: The boxer brief. This premium version has just the right amount of stretch, plus a clean aesthetic (just the barest hint of a logo) that’s a refreshing departure from flashing some designer’s name on the waistband. Don't know your size? Check out our Sizing Guide.

Bread & Boxers Boxer Briefs
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Major Design Flaw

Lacking a hole in the crotch is kind of a deal breaker

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Boring. Boring. Boring.

This are really cheap and boring. I received an all-white pair. They fit very oddly and I think the name of the brand is silly and not something I want other people to see me wear. If these boxers were a flavor of ice cream it would be triple vanilla. With vanilla-flavored sprinkles and a vanilla wafer on the side.

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Not worth $18

Things I like: fabric is very soft and no tag means i do not get itchy back there. Things I do not like: they are too tight on my legs, causing the legs to ride up. Also, be aware, I have the Large size and they fit me like a medium.

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This is what happens...

...When people who DO NOT understand men's underwear design men's underwear. I understand that Boxer Briefs are designed primarily for performance, and for the people that are on the go. However, I don't know when it was acceptable to design undergarments with no front hole. This adds a whole new level of inconvenience to a man's day-to-day life that is unnecessary. Then there is the price. I can go to Costco and buy a 4 pack of Boxer briefs that perform twice as well, for a fraction of the price of ONE of these boxer briefs. Time to go back to the drawing board on this one. I'd avoid it if at all possible.

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Stick to boxers

Way to tight for me. Good quality product. Just not my style

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Ummmmm....

I don't know about other dudes, but one of the top three criteria in boxer briefs is the existence of a slit in the crotch area so that I can get easy access to my meat and potatoes when it's time to use the restroom. These– otherwise VERY NICE– boxer briefs were lacking in that. That's not just a deal-breaker, that turns them into very tight, revealing shorts.

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Way to tight...

Not very impressed! I had pretty high expectation for this product and was sadly let down....

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Not for those with large thighs

The short leg inseam made them uncomfortable with my "thunder thighs". They would ride up even more.

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Soft

They're soft. And they're white. And they're briefs. Did I mention they were white?

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Comfy but not that great

I am not too picky about briefs, but I am definitely not a fan of white and I am really annoyed there is no opening in the front of these. The texture just isn't what I was hoping for either

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