Exofficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief
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- Antimicrobial treatment reduces odor in fabric to keep you feeling fresh
- Breathable mesh allows for airflow, helping you feel cool and comfortable
- Durable fabric and comfortable waistband keeps its shape and resists stretching
- Easy-care fabric means you'll only need to bring two for any trip
- 94% Nylon/6% Lycra Spandex
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From the manufacturer
The traveler's favorite underwear.
Give-N-Go Boxer Brief
Featuring Give-N-Go Classic fabric
Breathable, lightweight, and long-wearing, Give-N-Go Classic is what lies beneath every adventure. Toss in the laundry or wash in the sink, then hang. Within hours you will have a fresh, dry base layer. The comfortable nylon and Lycra diamond-knit mesh fabric provides maximum airflow, and is treated with Silvadur for odor resistance.
- 94% Nylon / 6” Lycra Spandex.
- Breathable and lightweight mesh fabric stretches to fit.
- Durable fabric stands up to years of travel.
- Dries fast for easy wash-and-wear on the road.
- Silvadur anti-odor treatment lasts the life of the underwear.
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|Dry time||2 hrs.||2 hrs.||2 hrs.||2 hrs.||4 hrs.||4 hrs.|
Breathable, antimicrobial, odor-resistant, and long-wearing, a pair of ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Briefs are perfect for travelers, backpackers, and adventurers with a full schedule and limited packing space. Just one pair of underwear (ok, maybe two
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Since I have realized that if you are a normal male, decent underwear should last you a while. Why not find something that was worth the money.
All are size LARGE. I have a 35-36 waist and am not thin nor obese. Lumpy is how i would call it.
Fruit of the Loom Premium - Cotton is comfy, but lacks elasticity. Gets droopy and boxer like after a little while. Initial fit was decent and was cheap in packs. After the cotton gets droopy, its bunches and rides. Didn't have large expectations, but it's a no from me
Hanes Ultimate Pima - Better materials, more elasticity. Definitely stays better, but it still rides up at the gym and house working. These are pretty comfy in the cotton variety. These might do well for a less active person. They held up ok on regular work days with no activities. These were cheap in packs, better, but not what I was looking for in the value/performance arena. It's a no from me.
Under Armour Boxerjock - Sturdy materials, super elasticity(too much). Sizing is too small, I expected the lower rise but these felt like biking shorts. The material is synthetic with a soft feel and thick. They were too snug in certain places and the manhood pouch was not located ideally and kind of had a athletic cup look. They ride up a little probably because the sizing is off. If i got an XL they might have been better, but they felt bulky. It's a no from me.
Ex-officio Give-n-Go - Light, thin, synthetic. These are great. They stay put, they are comfy and have just enough elasticity to not feel. To be honest, the thin material is a little odd at first when you are used to cotton. My only gripe about these is that the leg holes are a little too loose on me and I have big thighs. I would certainly recommend these. They are almost $20 a pair, but they fit great, perform great, and should last a while.
Duluth Trading Buck Naked - Light, thin, and synthetic like the Ex-officio. They look similar, some of the seams might be in different spots, but they are both great. You can barely feel them and they stay put and perform as great as the ex-officio. The upside here is that the legs are a bit more fitted. These are my #1 recommendation. They are like the Ex-officio with a slightly more snug fit with out feeling them. I have since ordered many more and will be replacing all but the Ex-officio ones.
Hanes, Fruit are cheap, cotton, comfortable. Butt they do not perform at the gym or for an active lifestyle
Under Armour, like spandex bike shorts. Solid, bulky, tight, too small
Ex-officio and Duluth are amazing. Worth the money and occasionally go on sale. Duluth had better fitting legs but I would reccomend either of these to anyone looking for a boxer brief that has performance. Pricier but worth it. Try one pair of them and you will understand.
#1 Duluth #1A Ex-officio
My only warning to future buyers is to check for damages, loose threads, or imperfections before removing the tags and wearing these. The ones I received had frayed strings and a tiny hole in the back. Sadly I already cut off the tags and wore them only to have some else point out these issues later in the night...
I wouldn't have cared if these appeared 4-5 months after my purchase... but when you are spending good money for a "premium" product, you expect a "premium" level of quality control.
In conclusion I'm still going to wear these as they are still my best pair. But I'm annoyed at the fact that I've bought value packs with 5 pairs in the past for the same price, and they were all imperfection free.
These boxer briefs are a bit looser than I'd like. I've noticed that it is rather uncomfortable when running while wearing these as a result.
However, these are great briefs when travelling or going to areas without access to washers and dryers. Just soak, hang them, and wait a few hours to dry.
I found the waist and legs to fit quite nicely, and the fabric is comfortable and breathable as advertised. However, from the moment I first tried them on, the cut in the buttocks didn't feel right. It felt as though I had perpetual "creep" going on back there. I thought that perhaps after a few washings, the shape might change enough to alleviate the nuisance - but to no avail. It's unfortunate, because I really looked for to a great pair of skivvies but these just did not deliver enough comfort. It seems as though the section of fabric between the back of the waist and the base of the fly is pulled too taught, causing the garment to bunch up in the intergluteal cleft, providing a subtle, but ever so annoying perma-wedgie.I wear other brands of boxer-briefs with no such malady, so it must be the drawers, right? Bummer, because I really wanted to like these.