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Even mountain men need comfy undies.

Slip on the Mountain Hardwear Men’s Advance Lightweight Boxer when you head out for a multi-day trek. Mountain Hardwear gave the Advance Boxer a wicking, fast-drying and anti-microbial fabric to keep you dry and odor free on the trails. Brushed elastic at the waist band and flat lock seams provide comfort for long hikes and climbs.

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5 5

Real good...

Those boxers are great. They fit well; they are breathable and dry realty fast.

4 5

Nice!

Yup! Like 'em just fine, skied in them again today...I'd give 5 stars, but really, how exciting can boxers be?

5 5

Nice boxers

Well made boxer used for long hikes/walks. Not sure about running; may need to size down if possible.

The first generation of antimicrobial...

The first generation of antimicrobial Mountain Hardwear briefs were way too loose and not form fitting.... are these tighter and hold our "packages" in place better to avoid chafing and to prolong trail distances without having to recover from such mundande discomort?

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They are still fairly loose compared to others out there. These are high quality, but could be a little more form fitting for what you pay.

4 5

great

These are the best underwear I have ever worn while hiking. I bought several pairs. Just got back from a 7 day hiking trip in the Smokie mtns and they were flawless. The only thing is that the waist band rides rather high above the hips.

2 5

design flaws

Not satisfied with these. Definitely need to size down. Also, the cut does not flow well for more aerobic activities like running, speedskating, and team sports. But, suppose it would work well with hiking. In addition, the fly tends to open up when sitting or whenever one would bend that way, so watch out in locker rooms.