Guys, it’s spring now and that means the weather will be heating up soon. With that comes more time outdoors, sports, hikes, or just running errands from store to store. Let’s be honest, we all know this means more sweat and possible discomfort in our boxer briefs.
If you’re are looking not only for the latest styles below the waist belt but the best in comfort and affordability with undergarments check out the list below of the top five boxer briefs on the market.
The Calvin’s, in many ways are the perennials of the underwear drawer. Most likely that CK brand is stitched on the waistband on at least one pair in your drawer. With the Calvin Klein intense power line you get even more with an ultra-smooth and sophisticated look. Specially designed microfibers (94% nylon, 6% elastane) give you a body-defining fit, yet still allow for comfort and breathability. There’s even a contoured pouch up front to allow more room and comfort where needed.
When it’s time to hit the gym you want the right underwear designed just for that. Adidas’s latest boxer brief does just that. Engineered to keep you dry, cool and most importantly, comfortable.
The Sport Performance Climalite fabric is quick drying and wicks sweat away from the body. Specially constructed not to bunch and ride up your leg during performance. Adidas has once again maximized performance for their athletes. You’ll just have to find another excuse why your game is off that day, because it won’t be the underwear.
All day, every day is what they go for. The Canadian-based company Lululemon is not just for the ladies anymore fellas. They put the same amount of detail into the smooth textured, super-soft, and form fitting boxers for men. Known for their breathability and sweat-wicking ability you can just as easily wear to the office or the gym. Many buyers have commented “it’s like you are not wearing anything at all”. And with the Lululemon brands you are sure to get so many more color options such as: graphite purple, vivid aqua, and golden lime.
Specially designed MicroModal fabric is 3x softer than normal cotton. It makes the underwear lightweight and comfortable without sacrificing the needed durability. A flexible front pouch gives keeps the fabric from bundling and feeling too tight in the groin. The company is very socially-conscious as well, only obtaining the micro-fibers from sustainably sourced beechwood trees.
If you are looking for underwear how about going with the company where that’s all they do? With their latest marketing campaign hitting millions you have probably heard them advertised during your favorite podcast. They describe themselves as the ultimate in feel-good and go a long way to prove that.
For the best combination of all three factors we found the Uniqlo Supima to be one of the best. At just under six bucks each you could outfit yourself for the entire week for the cost of one just one of the designer brands. The Supima cotton drawers are designed and made for softness yet still have plenty of stretch for comfort. With an anti-microbial coating, and anti-odor effectiveness you are guaranteed to stay fresh after long days.