Under Armour Men's Mesh Series 6-inch Boxerjock 2-Pack

$26.99

  • 87% Polyester, 13% Elastane
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • All-over mesh fabric delivers total ventilation
  • 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

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Product Code:

B071P2P4QZ

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All-over mesh fabric delivers total ventilation . 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. Working fly. Inseam: 6". Two pairs per pack.


Product details
  • Package Dimensions : 7.7 x 5.6 x 1.6 inches; 6.38 Ounces
  • Item model number : 1306483
  • Department : Mens
  • Date First Available : May 17, 2017
  • Manufacturer : Under Armour Apparel
  • ASIN : B0722YKB5C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,338 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #1341 in Men's Exercise & Fitness Apparel
    • #46 in Men's Sports Underwear
    • #44 in Men's Athletic Underwear

I'm very disappointed in the quality decrease in Under Armour underwear over the past few years. I started wearing UA underwear with the M-Series over five years ago. This was, and still is, the best underwear I have ever worn. And yes, I do still have several of those original pairs. That's how good they were and how well they held up. M-Series was discontinued so I moved to an UA "Mesh" (not this one) but I don't recall the exact name. Great boxer briefs and I still have those as well. Recently, it was time to stock up and I couldn't find either of the above mentioned. I have tried two or three different models and they are far inferior. The fabric is lighter (think cheaper, not weight), the waist bands don't even come close to the perfect fit of the others, and they definitely do not stay in place as well. I wear boxer briefs and they definitely "creep" up. Why do companies take GREAT products and mess with them? I can only suspect that UA tried to reduce costs with these new iterations of product. I'm now in a search for my UA underwear replacement and it's actually sad to me as ridiculous as that sounds. That's how good the discontinued products were.

My husband and son used to love this underwear but apparently they have changed it in the last five years. It runs very small and the waistband is uncomfortable (even if the overall fit is right). I think the cut is somehow different so that the six inch length even hits higher on their legs...if that’s possible. I keep buying them hoping that I can get some that fit like the ones they made 5-10 years ago but I am giving up and not going to waste my money anymore on this underwear.

They changed the fit/sizing since my last order. These have plenty of room in the waist, however the legs are way too tight. When I bend over even slightly they fall down off my waist and I am constantly pulling back up. I am 5'10, 175; about as average a build as you will find. If they fit me this badly I am thinking many other customers are feeling the same.

Very comfortable. Seems to bring everything forward so you look pretty cool too lol! I did go up a size because the legs were tight but I have larger thighs. They really are comfortable and seem to hold up very well to washing and wearing. I like that I don't have to change for work outs. I hate baggy underwear. The 6 inch inseam length is perfect for me. 3 inch crawls up and 9 inch are way too long. Like to feel supported and these do a good job.

I've been wearing UA "Boxerjacks" for the past few years. They're the most comfortable underwear I've ever come across, and are great for workouts or just daily wear. I think I prefer the "original" over the "mesh" when it comes to activities like running as I find the mesh sometimes chafes me a little bit; although 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 the Under Armour.

You pay a bit of a premium for these, but 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 basically good as new.

Somebody used the wrong picture. That is picture of the silky original series I bought before for the same price. Very decieteful. I'm just glad I bought them from amazon instead of from thieves on ebay. I got some stupid mesh bs that will end up on a bargain shelf at a bargain clothes store.

I give these an extra star for not falling apart, otherwise they didn't do much else right. These fit so uncomfortably tight that I basically only wear them if I literally have no other options on laundry day. If I just got out of the shower, I can hardly get these on no matter how well I dried off. When I do manage to get them on they are so short I feel like i'm wearing girl's volleyball shorts. Oh, and the material doesn't breath very well for being "mesh". And it's not very soft. And several of the seams are scratchy.

Basically, I'm sad that I wasted money on these. Maybe they'll make good dust rags...

There is something wrong with these. Some kind of chemical or something but every time I wear these I break out. I wouldnt buy these. Stick to the stores and buy the real ones

I saw that these were way cheaper than usual pairs so I gave them a try. The mesh material isn't as comfortable as the normal boxerjock material.

Comfortable and good fit

Very confortable

Exactly what was described

Très confortable