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post #31 of 52
Brooks tiebacks.
post #32 of 52
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Originally Posted by romafan View Post
I thought you'd go for the 'sizing' issue, but I lobbed that softball in at the end to make sure.


Softballs always appreciated (Oh no.........)
post #33 of 52
Gianni Versace. Incredibly comfortable and long-lasting. But expensive.
post #34 of 52
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Brooks tiebacks.

or the brooks french button back - very nice
post #35 of 52
Dolce & gabbana, ribbed cotton,
I'm young so It's okey for me to have Dolce & gabbana..Okey? Good.
post #36 of 52
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Brooks tiebacks.

there was a small factory in NC that used to make boxers, lounge pants, and the tie backs for Brooks. June, the woman who owned the factory, used to make me boxers. She once made a few pair of ties backs out of batsite fabrics. They were really great.
Sadly, Brooks took the work off-shore and she was forced to close up.
Carl
post #37 of 52
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Sunspel

+1
post #38 of 52
Just got the first prototype in. Prototype is on the left, a pair from Banana Republic on the right. Note that prototype has two seams down the back. Do you find this preferable to the single seam?
post #39 of 52
I wear 2-xist briefs and Burberry trunks. They are both wear like being coddled from below. CK boxers tend to 'bunch up' and boxer briefs are goofy on adults. There, I said it.
post #40 of 52
ali
post #41 of 52
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang View Post
Just got the first prototype in.



Prototype is on the left, a pair from Banana Republic on the right. Note that prototype has two seams down the back. Do you find this preferable to the single seam?

I like the leg opening on yours as it seems not too big or too long. The two seams are fine but I like the wider seemingly looser BR waistband.
post #42 of 52
I also wear CK, but what I really hate is that (1) the band says "Calvin Klein" all around and (2) they can't match it up at the back where it's stitched together so it looks shoddy and you get something jumbled like "Calvlein"

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Originally Posted by Zubberah View Post
Gianni Versace. Incredibly comfortable and long-lasting. But expensive.
Just FYI: Versace briefs are sometimes available on Amazon for $8 - marked down from $80. Don't know if you wear briefs, and also some people say they're not comfortable. I've never tried them, but couldn't hurt at that price.
post #43 of 52
I prefer the single seam. I don't know if the sizes are comparable but yours do seem trim. Are you using a covered waistband?
post #44 of 52
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Hanro

+1
post #45 of 52
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Originally Posted by gracian View Post
I prefer the single seam. I don't know if the sizes are comparable but yours do seem trim. Are you using a covered waistband?
Single seam does seem to make more sense, as one only has one crack. I'm not using a covered waistband because of the below reason (assuming we're talking about the same thing):
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Originally Posted by hugomano View Post
In particular, I like boxers that have the soft inner cotton white band around the waste. Not the one where the elastic is within a layer of material, but the material bunches up accordian style, leaving impressions in your waist.
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