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post #7846 of 12691
can't stand anything being that tight base layer or not
post #7847 of 12691
I think I'm allergic to heattech... it left some weird ass blotch/bruise on my thigh
post #7848 of 12691
Maybe a weird question but how's the underwear run?
I'm a true 30-31 and the small low rise trunks were too tight. Looking to get regular boxer briefs.
post #7849 of 12691
TTS if not a little small

Just got these, material is cool supima chambray
http://www.uniqlo.com/us/store/made-for-all/men-dry-chambray-boxer-briefs/075524-69-005

Although i think these will have a tendency to bunch up around the crotch, which i hate so i will probably never wear.
post #7850 of 12691
Underwear runs small, size up 2
post #7851 of 12691
Yea, i probably coulda gone an XL
post #7852 of 12691
Really? I've always found the underwear to run a little big. I'm a 30 and the smalls I have could be a little bit more trim in the waist
post #7853 of 12691
maybe they shrink a ton in the wash?
post #7854 of 12691
It depends on the underwear. I own their Supima cotton boxer briefs (regular rise), and they run large.
post #7855 of 12691
Thanks. So it sounds like the low-rise I got ran small and most should run TTS to large.
post #7856 of 12691
I have the ass the size of Manhattan and even I find some of the underwear in Large to be a bit roomy. I must have 10-15 pairs, so I'd say sizing is pretty consistent. The striped ones fit great; the solid ones are good, too, but seem to stretch out a lot more. I wouldn't size down. If you're feeling the need to "size up," you're probably not being completely honest about your "true size."
post #7857 of 12691
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

I think I'm allergic to heattech... it left some weird ass blotch/bruise on my thigh
Quote:
4. Uniqlo Heattech thermal clothes contain milk – Japanese company Uniqlo mix rayon and milk protein to create a unique system which traps moisture enabling the garment to retain heat.
Read more here: http://www.esquire.com/style/uniqlo-heat-tech-series-1208#ixzz1lK71fex0 and be careful which thermals you buy. I think these thermals are only available in Japan and America but watch out! I’m not sure if this is stated on the label.

http://whatallergy.com/2012-02/allergic-to-your-clothes
post #7858 of 12691
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Originally Posted by skitlets View Post

Thanks. So it sounds like the low-rise I got ran small and most should run TTS to large.
Probably. I just outgrew Uniqlo's size 32 pants (vintage chinos, easy care trousers), but size medium boxer briefs still fit me fine. They stretch a lot though.
post #7859 of 12691
Double post.
post #7860 of 12691
I tried the medium, bought 10-12 if I remember correctly. Of course I ordered online and later found out could not return. I ended up burning them

That said IME, they did not fit TTS. Perhaps I needed a large, but I think I would feel a lot more comfortable in size XL. More so, due to the low rise, which seems persistent throughout the cuts, sizing down / TTS is not good IMO. YMMV
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