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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
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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.
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.
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
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.
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.