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- 92% Modal, 8% Elastane
- Pull On closure
- Machine Wash
- Body modal underwear trunks feature a body defining fit
- Ultra soft hand micro modal fabric with added stretch for comfort
- Luxurious drape
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|Fabric Content||89% Nylon, 11% Elastane||92% Modal, 8% Elastane||95% Cotton, 5% Elastane||85% Nylon, 15% Elastane||91% Nylon, 9% Elastane||100% Cotton|
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Body modal underwear trunks in luxurious soft modal fabric with a flattering contour pouch and a soft waistband for additional comfort.
Sophisticated, sexy, body defining styles. Featuring a modal fabric blend that provides amazing comfort in ultra soft, smooth styles.
- Package Dimensions: 7.1 x 4.8 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000FEC95K
- Item model number: U5554
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 15, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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So what are my findings (of course, your opinion may differ). The most comfortable by far for every day use, were the modal underwear by Calvin Klein and David Archy. Though the Calvin Klein pair fit me slightly better, and seemed slightly more comfortable (and I mean slightly, on a 100 point scale, maybe a few percentage points), for all intents and purposes there wasn't much difference. Both pairs were extremely soft and form fitting against the legs, but had enough of a pouch to keep things in place, but not feel overly constricting. These pairs were perfect for everyday wear. Given that you can get 4 of the David Archy pairs for what it costs to get 1 of the Calvin Klein pairs, there's no comparison - David Archy Micro Modal Air Modal wins with no contest.
So what about the other pairs I tried? The Calvin Klein Steel pair was actually pretty great as well, but not best for everyday use. I found this pair to be much tighter generally - the fit around the waist was more restrictive, and the pouch was much less pronounced leading to a much tighter fit. That being said, if you have a night of vigorous dancing planned, this pair of underwear will be sure to keep everything securely in place (which I think is desirable in such scenarios), but you may not prefer such a tight hold. I should add that in terms of sheer aesthetics, this pair has the most... visually appealing look.
Lastly, the Calvin Klein One seemed a bit too constricting. More appropriate, perhaps, for someone who wants to wear trunks while exercising? The bands around the thighs were much tighter than the modal models, and thus were not nearly as comfortable for everyday use, but perhaps could be a better choice if you wanted to wear trunks while performing moderately athletic activities? Honestly I don't know, I wasn't a huge fan of those.
By far the worst for me was the Lapasa. I like the price and the way they look and feel when I put them on, but as soon as I move they start creeping into parts of my body I don't want to pick my underwear out of. Each time I tried these I spent all day adjusting and wrestling with my underwear and by noon just wanted to rip them off and go without. I threw them in the trash this morning. . .
Next was David Archy. After trying them a few times I'm still not comfortable wearing them. They fit and feel different than any underwear I've ever worn. Not bad, just not for me and not my favorite.
The Calvin Klein fit and felt better for me than David Archy and Lapasa. It stayed in place and did exactly what I would expect from any pair of underwear. The only issue I had was the waist band would roll over on occasion.
I was hesitant to purchase the Tommy John underwear due to price. Underwear should not have to be expensive. Can't anyone make an affordable pair of underwear that actually performs as expected?? After trying them a few times they are clearly better than the other brands tried above. They feel good when wearing them, they fit properly, and they stay in place. If the quality is good and they last a reasonable amount of time I'll spend the money to buy more.
A few reviews mention that these are potential fakes, honestly I've never bought Calvin Klein underwear before so I wouldn't know about the minor details but from what I can tell the pair I received look identical to the ones shown on the official website. They did arrive in plastic packaging instead of a box, but the quality of the product and the stitching are top notch. Also the seller seems to offer more colors than the official website, but the colors I got were listed on the sight they just had different names. The Mink and Oxygen I bought on Amazon were steel gray and light blue on Calvin Klein which makes more sense honestly. The oxygen on here looks more white but the blue tint shows up much more in reality. Having got them on sale for $14, even they end up not being genuine, I still feel their quality is worth that price.