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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.
Not only did these come looking as if they had been tried on, my husband hated the style and refused to even try them on.2
Perhaps some would enjoy these, and while they do seem to be high quality, the short thighs make them ride up on me. I prefer Tommy Hilfiger because of the longer legs on their bosxer briefs.2
I received these in my last month's box. I'm definitely a boxers guy, but never boxer briefs. They seemed to be pretty good quality, but they are just not for me. Especially white ones.2
Great material was wasted on this product. There is opening in the front. This makes this a pointless product. Don't waste your money.2
This boxer briefs are very comfortable. I wear them while running/working out and they feel great.2
Lacking a hole in the crotch is kind of a deal breaker2
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.2
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.2
...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.2
Way to tight for me. Good quality product. Just not my style2