Under Armour Men's Original Series 6” Boxerjock
$9.36 - $55.99
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- 90% Polyester, 10% Elastane
- Lightweight, smooth HeatGear fabric & articulated mesh fly panel
- 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility in any direction
- Moisture Transport System wicks sweat & dries quickly
- Performance waistband
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Lightweight, smooth HeatGear fabric & articulated mesh fly panel. 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility in any direction. Moisture Transport System wicks sweat & dries quickly. Performance waistband. Working fly. Inseam: 6"
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Top Customer Reviews
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
UNDER ARMOR ORIGINAL 6' BOXER BRIEF
The worst of the group. It looks like they left room for an athletic cup in there, but it holds my package really weirdly and is uncomfortable beyond about 10 minutes. Fits nicely on the legs and waist, doesn't tend to ride up, but the package-mashing effect drops it way down my list. The material is also rougher than the other two reviewed. Wicking and dryness was adequate.
ADIDAS CLIMALITE "SPORT PERFORMANCE" BOXER BRIEF
Slightly better than the UA brief, material is softer, but they run small. More comfortable overall, but there still isn't enough room for the package. One thing that I noticed with the boxer briefs as well as with compressions shorts is that the comfortable brands have a square stitched in to the taint area. Without this extra patch, the material pulls around the taint like a thong. While some may find this strapping-down effect beneficial, I like to have a bit more room and prefer the square patch.
EX-OFFICIO MEN'S "GIVE AND GO" BOXER BRIEF
This was the best of the 3 and the only one that I bought more of. They fit nicely, the material is comfortable, the wicking is excellent, and my package is secure but comfortable all day. They are a little more expensive than the other two, but well worth the money. They ride up a bit because they are less compressive than the UA and Adidas, but never to the wedgie point of discomfort. I generally wear these for a day and then hand wash them in my sink at night, and they're dry by the next day. Supremely efficient and comfortable as well.
If you want compression shorts for working out, go buy some actual compression shorts. I prefer the ones made by Under Armor with the square taint patch because it keeps the material from tugging on my Johnson. If you want an every-day boxer brief with excellent wicking and overall comfort of both legs, ass, and Johnson, buy the Ex-Officios. UA and Adidas both tried to create a combination compression short and boxer brief and ended up not doing either very well.
However UA must have changed from "true sizing" to "vanity sizing" in the past year or so. The newest pair measures a whopping 3" larger at the waist than my second newest pair from 2014. That 3" difference puts them exactly 1 size larger than expected, if you shop based on your "true size" (i.e. tape measure size) then you should order one full size down.
Vanity sizing is very frustrating and makes it extremely difficult to fit clothes on the first try. Very disappointed that UA has gone to vanity sizing, especially considering UA's target market...
I've got the all-too-common gut and was looking for something that wouldn't slide down making me look
like a senior citizen rapper.
These Under Armor boxers are comfortable, but alas, the elastic band folds over within a short time
and they too slide down, but not as much as a "normal" pair of boxers.
I'm trying to lose the gut.....but in the meantime I'm still in search of a comfortable pair of underwear
short of buying some bikini shorts.......Please don't try to picture that!