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Low rise jeans, high rise boxers

markr

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Does anybody else have this problem? When I wear regular cut boxers with my low rise jeans (Levi's 527s), my boxers ride up to where the waist of the boxers is practically at my belly button. Needless to say, it's pretty annoying. Presumably the solution to this problem is boxers with less of a rise (or briefs, which are fine for my 3 year old son but not for me). Short of custom boxers, what are my options?
 

Tomasso

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Originally Posted by markr
the solution to this problem is boxers with less of a rise
bulls-eye
 

itskub

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Try basic boxer-breifs from Jockey.. theyre sold everywhere, and quite low rise, like it says on the label.
 

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the solution is not to wear boxers with low rise jeans. The low rise and the extra material from the boxers do not work well with the tightness in your crotch area.

Wear tighty whities.
 

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I also don't like wearing boxers with jeans because they ride up when I pull the jeans on. Tighty whites for me too.
 

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I'm not a fan of low-rise jeans, so I'd suggest a higher rise to solve your problem. Barring this, I'd suggest boxer briefs.
 

CoryB

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I normally wear boxer briefs, but briefs with tight jeans. I don't do tighty whities though, I prefer black 2xist.
 

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Low rise jeans, high rise boxers!!! Did you it especialy?
Low rise is non actualy more. I think so
 

hermes

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wear a low rise pair of underwear

2(x)ist and c-in2, for example, make specific low rise briefs, boxerbriefs, trunks and boxers for this very purpose
 

markr

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Thanks Hermes. I'll check out 2xist and cin2.
 

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I suppose boxer briefs could work in this situation. Any one here have the CK version? I don't know about you all, but I bought a bunch of CK boxers and boxer briefs and the cotton is just way too damn thick. As such, I can't really wear them unless I wear my double pleated, full cut suit pants. Otherwise the damn things provide too much extra material that they either bunch up or just show through any type of pants that are "tighter." I suppose if the boxer briefs are a thin material and hug your upper thigh well enough, it shouldn't cause problems. However, I agree go with the low rise briefs or regular briefs. You'll also probably be served better if you go with dark colored briefs.
 

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