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- Body: 84% Polyester/16% Spandex; Insert: 92% Polyester/8% Spandex
- Machine Wash
- Moisture Management technology wicks moisture away from the skin
- Close-to-body fit for comfort and support
- Mesh gusset insert for ventilation
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The Champion powerflex compression short provides just enough support to take you to the next level
- Package Dimensions: 7.6 x 4.6 x 1.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- ASIN: B00CDJGZF0
- Item model number: 85634 - P
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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These shorts fit great. I have a 36" waist and am 6'3" tall. I ordered the large and have found the fit to be very comfortable. They fit as well as the Under Armour shorts I have and may actually be a little bit more comfortable. So far I have worn these working out and I have worn these under my clothes at work, and I am very happy with their overall feel, fit, and comfort.
Quality has been good so far. The seams seem strong and the overall build of these shorts seems well done. These shorts are a little thinner than the UA shorts, but I'm not sure that isn't due to a material difference. Either way, they don't seem thinner in a bad way, just thinner. They don't bunch up anywhere and so far I like the way they feel when wearing them. In general, the quality of these shorts seems high. In all fairness though, I haven't had them that long and time will be the real test.
So far, the value on these is very high for me. Half the cost of UA and the quality seems to be close to, if not equal to, that of Under Armour. I wear this type of short working out and I wear this type of short under my work uniform and I have zero complaints so far. Assuming these hold up in the quality department, the value will only go up in my mind. I have no doubt I will be ordering more of these shorts and I would recommend them to anyone looking for a good compression short who doesn't want to be the premium price for the UA label.
After looking at many brands finally decided to try these and figured I did not have much to loose due to the very fair price. It was true, I purchased a few more pair. Even if they do not last as long as the orig Nike, they are a 1/3rd of the price and they seem to be holding up well after several months.
But the last shipment I received had a mesh area under the crotch. I figured it was just a new design for keeping things dry or something like that. But the mesh area tore apart fairly quickly and caused back chaffing. They work well while they're intact, but they no longer stay intact as long. I feel like having to reorder every 2 to 3 months is just too short of a lifespan.
These aren't good as underwear; they're too long and too snug to wear daily.. try the Adidas Clima-cool http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004RKJK8M
These are made for athletic activities. They are long and will go almost to your knee. They may show even under baggy gym shorts.
I prefer other brands for no other reason than I find they fit slightly better (I have large thighs). They aren't the best for ME to move around in for basketball or soccer, but they are nice for keeping everything out of the way when lifting weights and squatting/doing lunges.
As you can tell I like them and will buy them every time I see them on sale.
I don't work out in these so I can't say anything about their performance in that regard, but I love these as underwear.