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Who makes the most durable plain black boxer briefs?

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I'm looking for something discreet (No big visible logos or brand names on the band) boxer briefs that are available in Europe. I don't want them to contain any polyester and I don't need a side opening, buttons or anything like that. I also don't want to pay 40 bucks for a single boxer brief. I don't want to have to cold wash them either or be particularly careful with them (as I hear people do with their Zimmerli's...) Any recommendations?

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smartwool  - this struck me as stupid or impossible at first.

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Hanes

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CK. yeah, you can't get away from the logo on the waistband, but for black boxer briefs, a go to for me.
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If you're in the UK, you can do a hell of a lot worse than M&S for basics like this. Actually, basics like this are the only reason I still buy anything these days from M&S, but the point remains: they're relatively cheap, cotton, can be machine-washed/dried, don't fall apart after a few wearings, fit well and don't have particularly flashy logos on them.

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I get the Jockey Go Boxer Briefs and carefully cut the label off.  They are very good, the bad side is that it comes paired up with a grey pair.  I've asked them to sell them individually.  Do the same and maybe they'll make a change.  I'd post a link but you can't get a direct link for some reason...

 

I *really* wish you could just get underwear that didn't look like a racecar with all the logos, awful.   I have spent countless time trying to find another option when these recently went out of stock, it's nearly impossible.

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