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A great choice for all your sporting adventures as well as daily wear, the ExOfficio Give-N-Go men's brief provides comfort that air dries. High-performance and low-maintenance, the Give-N-Go is particularly suited to travel--whether by foot or plane--as its quick-drying fabric allows you to wash on the go and pack fewer pairs of underwear. The brief is made from 94 percent nylon and 6 percent lycra, and they're ultra-light at just 4 ounces per square yard (2.5 ounces in total). Other features include treatment with Aegis Microbe Shield to control odor-causing bacteria, terry elastic back, and easily functional fly.
Machine wash cold; wash with like colors. No bleach. Tumble dry low or line dry in shade. Iron on low setting.
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The briefs are super comfortable but the most important thing is that they dry overnight after you wash them before you shower. Read morePublished 1 day ago by kawika
Out of all the synthetic briefs available, these are the most comfortable, long-lasting, and wick and perform very well. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ron Edwards
Bought these for my husband. Love the material, but they run a bit tight and small. Will have to purchase larger size.Published 2 days ago by Kathy
So after I received these briefs I tried them on right away since I didn't expect them to shrink in the wash because of the material they are made out of. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jammer A.
I use these for travel. They're comfortable, light weight, and wash out over night in the sink.Published 3 days ago by Fred
These are great underwear according to my husband. Great for hiking and working outdoors.Published 4 days ago by Sharon Isbell
Excellent, these are all I wear now. I bought enough of them to last a full week. They wear like iron, they are comfortable, dry very quickly, can be washed on the go in the sink... Read morePublished 4 days ago by R. HOOVER