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Insanely soft, breathable fabric & articulated mesh fly panel & gusset. No side or back seams for ultimate comfort. 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction. Material wicks sweat & dries really fast. Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes. Performance waistband with metallic wordmark. Working fly. Inseam: 9".
They finally got the fit right, again. If your like me, I have been wearing boxerjocks for almost 10 years. They were perfect, flexible in all the right places, just the right amount of squeeze. They were awesome. Then 2 or 3 years ago they changed. They messed up the fit, too tight, they would ride to low, constantly have to adjust them and we’re almost unwearable. (I stopped buying new boxerjocks in search of the next best thing) Well the “Tech” series have really brought it back to the old days. They fit great! The material is even softer then before, the vented fly and gusset are also an impressive new material. I’m so glad I have a “goto” brand of boxers again.
I bought this product because in the q&a section said the package contained 2 boxer briefs and I only got 1. Not sure if it supposed to be only one, if it is be aware.
If I were a billionaire I would still wear these as my underwear. I really can't see how it could be improved. They are pricey but with proper care they last a long time. It's the best material to touch your skin because of how it breathes. If it's hot and you sweat, not a big deal because they dry very fast. Something cotton will not do. I can not recommend these enough. There are cheaper options but don't do it. Hey, just a tip for people new to Under Armour... Heat Gear is meant to be worn in hot weather (not meant to keep you warm). Cold Gear is meant for cold weather (meant to keep you warm). I've seen so many reviews on Heat Gear compression shirts that say "sent them back, don't keep me warm" or "really didn't help with the cold" it's crazy. I bring this up because these would be considered "Heat Gear" although I wear them year round. After all, I don't depend on my underwear to keep me warm! Take care, -Eric
I'm totally surprised with Under Armor's T 9 inch BBB. These Briefs really are ( Super Light Weight ) and Flexible, I don't even realize I'm actually wearing these. Yet I'm still getting moderate good support , while being provided with good air flow ventilation near the fly area * The waistband is a nice width & firm , but not flimsy, or stiff. Love the color choices too which looks great on me too, like the Academy Blue , Royal Blue, Dark Grey, those are my favorite ones . As for the Tags, I simply yank them out ( firmly & quickly ), No Scissors which could ruin the briefs .
I miss the old U-A fit from the compression pants when they didn’t hang low and covered your rear fully and gave added room in front. These felt like they would fall off and I had to return them.
There's too much distance between the crotch and the waste band to provide support for your boys. Not tight enough to provide any compression for athletic use and the legs tend to ride up your thighs. These are just synthetic boxer briefs/underwear and if that's what you're looking for, they might be okay. But if you're looking for compression shorts that also provide support during athletic activities, you're going to be very disappointed.
Almost back to the original fit. Had switched to Baleaf, but like Underarmour, their new underwear has loose/flimsy waistbands that don't sit or hold on the waist anymore. I like my underwear to stay in place, especially when working out, and these new techs seem to fit pretty good. Not perfect like the original boxer jocks, but getting better. Also will have to see how long these will last.
These are comfortable compression-type underwear that I use daily from work to work-outs. I had hoped they were more compressing undergarments, but they work ok. I first tried them on a 5 mile run and had no issues with the legs riding up. For whatever reason, I have that issue once in a while at work. They could be a more-strong compressing garment like the actual heatgear ones that cost a bit more. For daily wear, these are very usable.
mind you.... that's after 1 try so... but... better than almost anything I've tried so... good stuff
My housemate ordered a similar product a week earlier and it was too small so ordered a larger product. This was the right size for me.
Quedan prácticamente pintados en la piel sin llegar a ser asfixiante. Super cómodos y de tela "respirable".
Muy similar a otros brief boxers de Under Armour, tela fresca que no acumula humedad como el algodón, este modelo es ligeramente más largo que los boxers regulares, me llegaron casi a la rodilla y se sienten muy bien.
I wear 34 jeans and I ordered Large. Fits pretty good just a bit tight if you have larger thighs.