Well ventilated loins.
- A 6-inch inseam offers a more relaxed fit for coasting through your day
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I have had these boxers for almost a year and they are absolutely amazing! I can wear them on a day to work, and I can wear them on a day full of workouts. Absolutely amazing and barely feels like I am wearing them!
my Bronamath seems to enjoy them
Bought a couple sets of these for my bum of a brother because he was starting to stink up the house. He appreciated my peace offering and even started showering more. He says the Poly/Elastane combo feels real nice on his junk---so I suppose that's a plus.
Do they still make a 9" inseam version of...
Do they still make a 9" inseam version of these?
I have 7 pairs of the old UA Boxer Jocks w/ the 9" inseam and they have been great for all my athletic pursuits (except road biking, nothing comes between the chamois and the sensitives...)for the past 5 years or so aside from getting a bit funky, but they are starting to show their age. Other shorter inseam ones I've tried seem to ride up a lot more, both on the thigh and up the crack/around the junk.
Yeah, the 9" inseam still exists. Don't think you'll find it on here, though. At least, not as of this date.
Under Armour O Series Boxer wins first place
Well it wins first place in my book anyways. These things wick sweat wicked good when hiking, biking or just running around doing whatever. They fit so good I never even notice they are on after a minute unlike all those crappy cotton scrubs out there. The bands are thick and durable and have yet to wear out on any of these I have had for a while now.
I'm amazed it took me so long to find some superb undies to keep me smiling all day long. I have since replaced all my other brands and low grade material boxers with these and I'm lovin it.
What does it feel like? Is it tight in the...
What does it feel like? Is it tight in the groin? or is it loose and feel good? I hear lots of people like em I see my college room mate dress in em all the time lol are they good awesome boxers?
I wouldn't wear them as general day to day boxers mostly because they are designed to cause blood flow to your legs to help with athletic performance. So unless you enjoy your upper leg and crotch area to be a little overly warm all day then I would keep them to something you wear while doing physical activity.
as for your question about being tight in the crotch no they have a kind of spandex mesh material there for your comfort and a little breathability, a "little"
See, my experience was different, I thought the crotch region on mine were uncomfortable. They did breathe a little, but not as much room as I would like. I had to keep adjusting.
I bought a pair of these and a pair of the Under Armour M Series to compare. After using both for casual and performance they both are extremely comfortable and supportive. I prefer the O Series overall but I can't complain about the M Series really.
These are the only underwear my boyfriend will wear while running. He only has a couple pairs so they get worn many times between washings...very minimal stink! Awesome anti-microbial properties and apparently super comfortable. Only problem is pricing, which is relatively similar for all products like this, wish I could find a deal here or on SAC...
They do what they're supposed to
Running? Everything stays in place. Biking? It doesn't bunch up on you under your shorts. Working out? Keeps your boys covered. Heading out for winter sports? They're warm enough under regular winter wear. I have been quite pleased with their performance in a wide range of activities.
I have very large quads and am always worried about shorts like these hiking up. No such issue with these. i bought 3 more.
I love these things. Great fit, feel good, so breezy you have to double check you are wearing underwear. Only 4 stars though because they tend to ride up after a while. If there was a 4.5 inch version (between 3 and 6) that would be perfect as the 3 inch legs are shorter than the picture shows.
Great product by under armour but the first time i put them on, they where etching my skin for a while, but now they don't bother me. They do tend to rise up on you. I wish i could of ordered the 9" for that matter. But other than that i love them. They are great for sweaty activities!
Under Armour O Series Boxer - Men's - 6in
Simply the best boxers. They are perfect for working out.
Not as good as sex, but not bad.
Great comfortable fit, keeps everything together. Cool & dry. Like skin on skin.
Comfortable, soft, stretchy boxer briefs. Perfect for climbing and backpacking. The venting at the crotch is a nice touch. Only downside is that the legs sometimes ride up a bit.
They fit true to the size chart. I'm a 31 or 32 waist and the mediums are perfect.
Soft, silky, non-wedgie forming, stylish, moisture wicking, non-stinking covers for your goodies!
I don't believe you can find a better pair of briefs. I have had some of my UA boxers for close to 5 years and they are still going. Very comfortable and you don't sweat like you do with other briefs. This is the only brand I buy and wear them for work and play.
Best brief ever
No more Sticky Buns
Ok so after 6 months of using these i can say they definitely are 100% more comfortable then cotton in any type of weather conditions, but when it gets hot and humid they tend to be a bit uncomfortable up front and the legs ride up. So for me anyway these will have to be a 3 season undie.
These things are comfy and a very nice fit to boot. A little bit of support, but not too tight. Keeps things from bouncing around too much. Well ventilated and good and keeping funk-levels to a minimum. Kinda pricey but worth it. Great for warm days
An excellent boxer-jock. That's all I have to say about that.