Under Armour Men's Under Armor Charged Cotton Stretch 6” Boxerjock – 3-Pack


  • 57% Cotton, 38% Polyester, 5% Elastane
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Charged Cotton fabric has the comfort of cotton, but dries much faster
  • 4 way stretch construction moves better in every direction
  • Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
  • Working fly
  • Inseam: 6"


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Charged Cotton fabric has the comfort of cotton, but dries much faster . 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction. Material wicks sweat & dries really fast. Working fly. Inseam: 6". 3 boxer briefs.

Product details
  • Package Dimensions : 7.64 x 5.67 x 2.52 inches; 1 Pounds
  • Item model number : 1277279
  • Department : Mens
  • Date First Available : February 10, 2017
  • Manufacturer : Under Armour Apparel
  • ASIN : B06WGN1MF7
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,590 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #27 in Men's Sports Underwear

While I like compression shorts and briefs, I can’t stand the feel of spandex and find that it doesn’t breath well so I’m always looking for alternatives. I also have bigger thighs that usually make the fit of compression shorts too tight on my thighs and too loose on my waste. These charged cotton briefs turned into my go-to briefs for workouts and daily wear. Hope this helps

While I wasn't happy with UA's Charged Cotton shirts - I'd really liked the underwear...but these aren't the same style/cut as the older pairs I'd purchased. Judging by their website - they're fazing out this products (you can't find colors or sizes anymore and the style or "technology" any longer on their website)...and I'd hoped to get a package of the original style before they were completely gone - unfortunately, these aren't.

I'd read reviews they'd went to a new manufacturer or somehow changed up their Charged Cotton products...and it's apparently true. These underwear are definitely not the same, either in quality or fit. They are "okay," but not as good as the same pair I bought earlier in the year. I liked that I could get a range of colors - but that was about it.

It's an "almost there" kind of thing. I won't return them, they are underwear after all - but I wouldn't buy them again or recommend them to anyone who liked last year's Charged Cotton technology from UA.

I've been wearing UA "Boxerjocks" for almost a decade - the regular, headgear, mesh, you name it. They're the most comfortable underwear I've ever come across, and are great for workouts or just daily wear.

I was a little skeptical about the cotton over the synthetic fabric these are typically made of. That said, I've found I really enjoy these for running, specifically for preventing chafing. Also, for daily wear they're super comfortable and breathable. I've tried probably at least a half-dozen different brands that claim to be "the most comfortable men's underwear" and always come back to Under Armour.

You pay a bit of a premium for UA boxerjocks in general, but found these to be a really good deal. Either way, it's well worth it, considering how great they are and how long they hold up. I still have the first few pairs that I bought probably over 8-9 years ago, washed and worn prob. hundreds of times and they're still as "good as new" as almost 10 yr old underwear could possibly be.

Had to remove 2 tags before wearing. Tag said to cut here leaving thus fragment stitched to the waistband. Right, we all know what that means.
I took the stitches out so I won't be surprised if the waistband comes undone. Who knows. Expected better from UnderArmor. Avoid.

I buy lots of UA underwear. I already have 3 pairs of the Cotton Stretch that I bought at an UA Outlet store. These underwear don't feel or wear like those, which leads me to think they use a different combination of material on these. They're still comfortable, but the waistband seems really flimsy for the rest of the underwear. I'm afraid that long term use, the waistband will stretch and fall apart. I'm a large in all underwear and these fit a bit snug. Not so much where I recommend sizing up, but just be aware they might feel a little more snug than the UA Original Boxerjocks. Still a decent product, but wouldn't buy again.

Not sure whats going on with this product. I ordered two 3 packs, and they have a tendency to slide down. They fit good on legs and when pulled up but they just start sliding down exposing my butt crack. Its quite embarrassing constantly trying to keep them up, so I do not beleive i can keep them. I have not washed them yet so maybe they will shrink but the elastic like other reviews have said they are almost loose or prestretched or something. Otherwise they look great, and feel wonderful like great material. Plenty of room for the beans and frank also.

Worth the price! My husband always had these boxers and boxer briefs from other brands and they would rip, and pill, and stretch out. They never lasted. 2 years ago I bought him 1 package of these (just to try out.) The quality is undeniable. Worth every cent. I plan on just buying more every Christmas to keep him stocked up so he can throw away all his other brands. I personally think they run a 'touch' small and buy him one size bigger. Hope this helps!!!!

Bought these for my husband who seems to always be looking for the holy grail of boxer briefs after reading the reviews. His two main complaints in the past have been *tightness of the seam on his thighs or
*riding up his crotch when he's working outside and sweating to death
These did neither, so according to Goldilocks they are just right!