Boxer briefs

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by RicPac, Jul 30, 2011.

  1. RicPac

    RicPac Senior member

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    Hey all, im very new to.SF. Im looking for some new.boxer briefs, I usually have used AE and.h&m but the quality isnt great. I am wondering what are some high quality brands thatlast. I found 2xist but was wondering if there any other brands out there worth looking ay
     
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    Not boxers. Boxer Briefs $34
     
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    I've tried many and I always end up with CK.
     
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    which CK are we talking about?>?
     
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    welcome to the boards

    if you don't mind spending a little more, you could also look for Zimmerli
     
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    I swear by Under Armour Boxerjock boxer shorts. Tried them out while in Iraq...since my return in 2006, they have held up beautifully, no pun intended.
     
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    I'm gonna second Sunspel, the two-button short in particular - the seam goes from side to side, which is much more comfortable.
     
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    I wear several different kinds depending on what I'm wearing. Unless you meant the initials? Calvin Klein
     
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    i meant more along the lines of the X line or one of the others
     
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    CK micromodal trunks. very nice. size down one for a more snug fit and to hold your, um, package in place a bit better. they're stretchy and offer better support in the smaller size.
     
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    Got it. I pretty much stick with the regular cotton boxer briefs just in different leg lengths and colors. I'm not sure what the basics are called, if they even have a name.

    I'll wear different leg lengths depending on what I'm doing. Shorter to wear with shorts and during warmer weather and longer when the weather is cooler and / or with baggier pants.

    I have a couple pairs of their CK regular briefs but they don't fit all that well (a little small for me) but I only wear them if I'm wearing a pair of slim sugarcanes or something like that. I don't like the briefs that much but I have never found a brand that I like better with regard to those either.

    I've never tried the micromodal shorts or any others by CK and I'm about 6', 200lbs. I'm barely tall and thin with slightly thicker legs so when I try brands like 2xist they're extremely small and just completely ill fitting.
     
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