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post #10831 of 11709
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Originally Posted by baxter0 View Post

I'm wondering how accurate the size chart is for their polo shirts, because according to it i need to get a small and i've never worn a small in my life. A S is the same as a M polo that they had late last year.

measurements aren't accurate then. If anything a S this year sizes smaller than last year. At least if you're talking about the dry pique polos

post #10832 of 11709

Here's the chambray in XS, site measurements are correct except pit to pit is just shy of 19.5". I'm about 5' 6", 135

 

post #10833 of 11709
Opinions please: which one is the keeper? FYI it's mostly gonna be worn mostly untucked.

1.).
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or 2.)
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Also how much shrinkage can I expect from these? Could I get significant shrinkage in the length and waist area?
post #10834 of 11709
Number one is WAY too tight. Number two is probably too tight.
post #10835 of 11709

both those look stupid fam....

post #10836 of 11709
Calvin Klein makes the best briefs, worth the money.
post #10837 of 11709
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post #10838 of 11709

@j0emama definitely looks like you need to size up.

 

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Originally Posted by einstine View Post

Calvin Klein makes the best briefs, worth the money.

 

  • Yeah but they all have "CALVIN KLEIN" in 120 pt type on the waistband.
post #10839 of 11709

And that's why they're the best briefs. I feel invincible when my junk's adorned with Calvin's name.


Edited by MrTony92 - 2/9/14 at 9:00pm
post #10840 of 11709
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Originally Posted by misterburns View Post

looking at ordering a pair of the seamless low rise boxer briefs, has anyone tried these? the only review mentions them not being as comfortable because theres no pouch

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They are HORRIBLE. Here are some reasons why:

• Very flat hardly no pouch (trust me it hurts!) (Uniqlo is forgetting us Americans got big ones!)
• The material feels like female panties.
• Runs very TIGHT. Poof your junk is gone!

I've given up on Uniqlo underwear.

I'm now rocking some Urban Outfitters trunks (3 for $24) that have a much bigger pouch, good comfy cotton with spandex.

I might try out some Calvin Klein. foo.gif
post #10841 of 11709
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Originally Posted by Snoopy View Post

They are HORRIBLE. Here are some reasons why:

• Very flat hardly no pouch (trust me it hurts!) (Uniqlo is forgetting us Americans got big ones!)
• The material feels like female panties.
• Runs very TIGHT. Poof your junk is gone!

I've given up on Uniqlo underwear.

I'm now rocking some Urban Outfitters trunks (3 for $24) that have a much bigger pouch, good comfy cotton with spandex.

I might try out some Calvin Klein. foo.gif

I purchased a pair to try them out for myself and will report back

the issue with most boxer briefs that i have is that there is either some name written on the waistband (a la CK) or they just dont fit right; too long, too much bunching up, too tight or too loose, etc. its hard to find the perfect boxer brief. I want to try out the uniqlo ones since theyre advertised as low rise
post #10842 of 11709
The seamless boxer briefs are fucking AWFUL, it's true.

The Airism ones are best. The regular fit cotton ones are decent, but if you wear pants that are slim through the thighs, you will feel them in there, and they'll stretch and get droopy if doing any physical activity. Just get the Airism ones and be done with it.
post #10843 of 11709
Can you explain why Airism is superior? Is it the lightness of it?
post #10844 of 11709
The Airism don't lose their shape over the course of the day.

The 100% cotton ones: You start your day wearing boxer briefs, but by the end of the day you're wearing regular boxers. They get kinda baggy.

Don't get me wrong, they're not the terrible product that the seamless ones are, but the airism are worth the extra $6 for me personally.
post #10845 of 11709
The checked ones that have spandex in them hold shape better, but it looks like they're almost gone and they haven't replaced them.
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