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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.
While my sample pair was a little large they seem pretty nice. No annoying seams or tags that itch, and the support is great.4
a cotton-blend boxer brief, comfortable and suitable for rest days lounging around; though not for active or sport happenings - stick to a more breathable stretch fabric in Under Armour or Dri-fit type boxer briefs or compression shorts4
Great product to get in the box. Very soft material. Should get more things like this in the future5
Comfortable and seamless-a good pair of boxer briefs4
Now I'm looking for other brands that are similar to these. They don't stretch out and loosen up throughout the day and are very functional.5
Big fan of the underwear but just a little too pricy for me. Have gotten some better underwear in the past at a cheaper price. But these are decent for how much they are.4
Great fit and very comfortable, a must try. All day wear or going out for the evening.4
These are nicely made and feel soft, but unfortunately I have large thighs from running, and always have a struggle with too tight leg bands as a result. These had that same problem for me, but I'm sure would be a good fit for the average person.5
These ran very small. I could hardly get them on and they sent me a size that I wear in other brands. The material was nice though.4
They're really comfortable and are made really well! I nee to get more!5