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Jockey Men's Underwear Pouch Brief - 3 Pack
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- 97% cotton/ 3% Lycra spandex. Imported.
- Style 1135
- our pouch briefs offer supreme support and non-stop comfort
- features a unique, horizontal fly design for confident security
- cotton fabric blend adds stretch for a move-with-you, unrestricted fit
- plush back, Jockey® logo waistband features a contrast stripe for fashion
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Noteworthy for its unique horizontal fly, this brief offers supreme support and non-stop comfort for active pursuits and the busiest of days. Lycra® spandex adds stretch for an unrestricted fit. Plush back logo waistband features a contrast stripe for a sporty look. Full coverage fit from waist to thigh. Get the briefs that stand up to the demands of your day.
- ASIN: B00009QB5V
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 15, 2005
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
After a month and four wash/wear cycles (hot water wash and high heat dry for "super-sterilization-ish-ness") they are still going strong. :)
Munslingers, my old brand, have gone down in quality (i've thrown out brand new ones -- I can't in good conscience return worn underwear); stretched out elastic, no support, too loose or too tight elastic (one leg hole might be tight, the other leg hole too loose -- really horrible situations that make 'em unwearable).
I expect to buy only these Jockeys for many many years.
Over the last ten years, Munsingwear has deteriorated rapidly - the quality of the cotton, the poor elastic, the shoddy sewing and varied fit.
The Jockey is probably a little better than Munsingwear ever was, even when it was at its best. It is well worth the extra money, although only having it a month, I don't know how well it stands up over time. It feels good, the fit is right, the label on the elastic doesn't itch.
The only thing I would caution is the sizing. I got the right size for me by accident. I have a 38 waist. According to their sizing chart, I should have ordered the Large size. I ordered the Extra Large, because that is what I usually order and they fit perfectly, but according to their chart, Extra Large is for a 40-42 waist. That is incorrect. If you are a 40-42, you need XXL. If you are a 37-39, XL is prefect, maybe even for a 36.
Update: It's just over a year now and I'm still wearing them. They haven't fallen apart like I thought they would. Yes, some of the threads have come out of some and I expected it to be worse but, like I said, it's been a year and I still do like the feel of these more than the "other" brand I had replaced them with. I'm also still disappointed but, until I find a cheaper more comfortable brief, I guess I'll stay with Jockey.
Double read the colors, don't go by the picture. I thought I ordered a black but the icon for the different colors is confusing. (my fault, not the product).
I rate it a three because it is nicely built. (considering the product quality, I changed it to a four) Fabric quality is good. The pouch kind of weird... There's extra fabric pass the pouch. Tried to use the pouch, it was OK. I prefer to just pull the waist band down and do my business on the urinal. Waist band on this product is super - old school high.
The underwear feels good and no bunching up. If you like to use the fly on a regular underwear, you will like this pair. Given you like underwear that the waist almost touches you bellybutton.
After using the product, I went to a completely different product. For my taste, I went with a no fly - sports brief.... AKA Manties.
I saw these and decided to try them and they are great. Plus they don't penalyze me for being a big man because I get 3 pairs in the pack. I don't know why anyone wouldn't want the horizontal fly. It is so much easier to access.
The quality is simply terrific, and has been all of my 70 years of life. So, when I traded off to another brand, and the Briefs became saggy, even my wife noticed, and asked me when I was going to get rid of the stupid things?
Ok, that's more than I thought I's say, so suffice it to say, Jockey Briefs are still the best for the money and I think you'll be happy with them. Jeff