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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.
The Bread and Boxers boxer briefs were slightly uncomfortable to wear (mainly because I'm more of just the normal boxers type of guy), but after the first 10 minutes they felt very natural and very comfortable. I highly recommend the product to a friend although it can be a little pricy. But well worth it.4
So comfy!! Looks good. Can't tell quality yet - we'll see after a few washes.5
The boxer briefs came in a very nice packaging, and are a very snug fit. I am impressed. Great product.5
These are the softest underwear I've owned, also super comfortable and accommodating. $18 a pair isn't that bad, but a little much to spend on your typical everyday underwear.5
Had these been black, as shown in the picture, I probably would have liked them. However, they came in white and they look fairly ridiculous.2
Got these in my March box, size runs large and for the price point there is nothing special about them. I did not find them comfortable as described. Unfortunately I do see myself buying these in the future.3
These are a good quality for the price. They are fairly soft and go for roughly what similar boxer-briefs cost.4
My husband liked these. The large fit him perfectly even though he usually wears a medium in another brand so were assuming they run small. He said they're very soft and comfy but probably not worth the $18/pair price tag.4
Very comfortable! But 18$ a pair it keeping me away .I use Calvin Klein which are comfortable too5
soft, great fitting, don't ride up on you, one think I didn't like was they sent me the whit ones. Men tend to stay away from whit colored underwear rather have darker colors4