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From trail running to running errands, the Patagonia Lightweight Brief keeps you feeling fine and dandy thanks to the form-fitting recycled polyester, which dries quickly and expels moisture when certain temperatures rise.

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Too brief.

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

There's probably a reason these are on sale and being discontinued. They are cut to be too triangular, making them way too brief. Also, the material is somewhat course. The ExOfficio Give-N-Go is much more comfortable, in terms of material, shape and comfort.

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

There isn't a lot can be said about drawers..Lol.. I'll start with "GGRRRRRR"

The "GGRRR" is because a few weeks ago when I ordered 3 pairs of these they were on sale for $17.50 and now they are down to $15.00. for the review of the product. I have used Patagonia Capilene Silkweight briefs for years and have found them to be superior to any other wicking drawers I have tried in the past. I'm not sure these are exactly the same, however they are lightweight, wick well and dry quickly. They are comfortable and the large size fits me well at 5'9" 190 pounds ( and dropping to 165 pounds eventually)

I would recommend these briefs to others. Even though I believe they are somewhat expensive for drawers at full price and even at the sale price..BUT..that is Patagonia for ya. Even though I prefer Mountain Hardwear for MOST of my gear and ALL my outdoors clothing EXCEPT the briefs and wicking crew neck shirts are always Patagonia. I don't believe I will post a photo of me wearing my briefs..Lol..