Jockey Men's Underwear Pouch Midway Brief - 2 pack, black, 2XL
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- 97% cotton/ 3% Lycra spandex. Machine wash & dry. Imported.
- Style 1142
- our pouch Midway® brief provides supreme support and non-stop comfort
- features our unique, horizontal fly design for confident security
- cotton fabric blend adds stretch for a move-with-you feel
- updated plush back waistband that stays put
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Great for sports, our exclusive Midway® brief provides extra coverage to reduce chafing and increase comfort. Extending down to the mid-thigh, cool cotton fibers and a touch of spandex offer breathability and additional stretch for a superior fit and feel. Updated plush back waistband stays put and gently hugs with care. Don't hesitate to play your best when you've got the support of Jockey® on your side.Fabric Content: 97% cotton / 3% Lycra® spandex. Machine wash & dry. Imported.
- Package Dimensions: 9.1 x 4.8 x 1.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
- ASIN: B000VZZJSW
- Date first listed on Amazon: January 1, 2012
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To me, this style (Jockey Midway Brief - Style 1142 ) is the most perfect combination of features: the right length of legs (about 7"), a pouch/ H style fly, "good" colors, black, white, grey, and no weird bright colored waistband or other odd features. Mostly cotton material ( 97% Cotten/3% lycra spandex)...they just work comfortably, and fit right without bunching or riding up. At 7.50 to $10 a pair, considerably cheaper than the CK's I used to wear that were $20-$25/pair.
They are rumored in reviews to have seam issues after a while but at this price I'm satisifed...mine typically last about 9-12 months then start getting holes at the seams. I've probably had at least 30 pairs of these over the past few years (I think I buy about 10-12 a year, and toss the old ones)
For the underwear enthusiasts looking for the same features I described above, here are some others I tried before I settled on these 1142's. These looked like they MIGHT be the fit and function I was looking for -- but none of them were:
- Jockey Athletic Midway Brief style 8084 - 80% polyester/20% spandex. H/Pouch fly. These look and feel like cheap satin sheets you would find on the bed of a trailer park prostitute. (or so I might imagine.) Although also called midway briefs, the inseam is much shorter than the 1142 midway brief. Don't believe the pictures on the length of the leg. I took one look at these, felt the material, and stuffed them back in their bag for return. Not recommended.
- Jockey Staycool Midway Brief - 100% cotten. Y front fly. 3 for $30. Seemed cheap and too thin. The legs were quite a bit shorter than the 1142. Not recommended.
- Jockey GO Stretch Classic Midway Brief - Style 9882. 90% cotton/10% spandex. Has a fly but kind of weird looking. See photo. 2 for $20.
- Jockey 3D innovations Midway Brief with Fly - Style 8185. 90% cotton/10% spandex. Traditional fly. 1 for $14. Legs too short...
- Bike Active short 7131 - "cotton blend" another reviewer said was 95% cotton. No fly. Sizing looked odd so I ordered 2 pairs in different sizes. Sizing was odd. I returned them both.
1. longer underwear prevents chafing to insides of legs when active in warmer temperatures.
2. 3% spandex/lycra makes a big difference holding the shape and not stretching throughout the day.
these are very comfortable.
the material is a little thinner than the Calvin Kleins i have but it breathes well and i don't foresee a problem with durability.
i am between sizes so i opted to go up a size.
washing and drying on high did shrink them a little so they fit great.
bodies are different, but the rise is a little bit long for me. when i fold the waistband over these fit perfectly.
not complaining because it comes in handy if you find that you suddenly need some extra space in front.
the pouch is a great improvement over the old-fashioned fly opening.
these underwear are near-perfect.
wife likes them too so i ordered more already.
I've always had trouble with "boxer briefs' that crawl up & bunch. I ran across these 10 years ago, and found them worth the extra $$$.
Now, however, I can only find them on Amazon, no longer in dept. stores. Am glad that they're still available, and I'll keep buying them until they stop production!
Compression shorts are also good, but not as comfortable under street clothes. These are essentially light cotton compression shorts.