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Hardworking underwear that keeps you comfortable all year long.

The Icebreaker Relay Boxer Brief offers reliable support and year-long comfort for any activity that gets your heart pumping. Its merino wool fabric regulates body temperature and is antimicrobial for long-lasting freshness. A bit of Lycra lets you move freely in this boxer brief, and a gusseted crotch only increases your freedom of movement. The contoured pouch gives fantastic support, and the fly is always there for emergency bathroom breaks. Flatlock seams prevent any uncomfortable rubbing so you don't have anything holding you back.

  • Merino wool, Lycra
  • Naturally antimicrobial
  • Slim fit
  • Crotch gusset
  • Contoured pouch with functioning fly
  • Flatlock seams

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1 5

Cut wrong, shifting things to one side

Great fabric, but not $50 worth.
The design itself isn't worth $1. These are cut like pants...one seam going from the fly, all the way down and back up.
Any other competent boxer-brief has two seams. With two, if the legs ride up (which they always will, eventually), there's still a comfortable pocket for your family jewels.
With these boxers, they ride up, and the one seam can only go right or left, squeezing everything the other way in the leg part of the boxer.
These boxer briefs ride up within minutes. I know I ordered the right size, because everything else fit great when initially put on. They just couldn't be designed any worse.
Nothing works me up like a bad pair of boxers!

5 5

fits close to anatomica, but tighter

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I wear the anatomica boxer briefs everday, so in comparison the relay boxer briefs feel tighter and less likely to ride up, although they still will, since the hem is not that long. Fabric is nice and soft as you would expect from icebreaker.

I'd prefer no fly, so the extra fabric is a bit of a waste, especially under lots of layers.

5 5

Almost the best!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

I wear them for everything, which for me means casual wear, biking (upright and recumbent), dancing, yoga, trail running, playing cello, catching a pint... I'm fairly slim: 188cm, 75kg, and wear a size large in these, which seems odd (31" waist pants (measured, not vanity) tend to fit me best). On me these do not ride up, but are in fact the second-best underwear I've tried.

The best was the Icebreaker 200-weight GT Sprint, now discontinued. So I guess it depends on your shape. My other 150-weight Icebreakers, the Anatomica, occasionally ride up, and don't fit me as well. But the bigger problem with those is that the fabric is thin and doesn't last very long. I worry that these will have the same durability problems, but that remains to be seen. For now they get a perfect score...

2 5

Legs ride up immediately.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Just like the Anatomica pair I tried, the legs are too short and creep up as soon as I start moving. Material is what you would expect, quality merino, but you might as well just buy these in the briefs style, because they transform into bunch briefs as soon as you walk.

Do they ride up?

I have a hard time...

Do they ride up?

I have a hard time finding boxer briefs that don't ride up during climbing/running.

Responded on

HI JJ-
These underwear should not ride up- they are a shorter and tighter fit- made for athletic endeavors. Hope this helps.

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Yes, they ride up something awful. Might as well buy briefs instead.

If you don't require Merino, I've had really good results with ExOfficio Give-N-Go and Give-N-Go Mesh Sport. Preventing leg creep is one of the most important things for me, and I've never noticed it with these in any activity. For synthetics, the odor control on them is great. Still hunting for a Merino pair that fits as well as they do.

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I wear them for everything, which for me means casual wear, biking (upright and recumbent), dancing, yoga, trail running, playing cello, catching a pint... I'm fairly slim: 188cm, 75kg, and wear a size large. On me they do not ride up, but are in fact the second-best underwear I've tried. The best was the Icebreaker 200-weight GT Sprint, now discontinued.

3 5

hmmm

  • Fit: True to size

The picture is wrong: the waistband is not gold but blue. The reality is a much less sporty and striking look than the picture.