Wear Boxer Briefs That Don’t Ride
Up. . . . . . At Work, On The Couch, At The Gym.
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Looking to Buy Men’s Boxer Briefs?
Read these 6 tips to help you make the best choice for the squad.
Find underwear with no tags. There are brands out there that are still attaching scratchy tags! Avoid them. It’s a no brainer. Make sure you know what label is on the underwear before you buy. Read the product description. There should be wording that describes heat transfer labels, or scratch-free labels.
Look for manfront quick access. It’s easy to forget when you’re shopping online. If you prefer the quickdraw method, you don’t want your new underwear arriving sans manfront.
Check the inner leg seam is flat lock. With traditional underwear seams, the fabric is joined together and turned over before stitching. It forms a mountainous ridge of excess fabric and can be uncomfortable in the middle of the crotch area. Nowadays most brands butt-join fabric and sew seams flat, hence the name flat-lock. This minimises irritation and friction, especially on the upper thighs when walking.
Choose the right pouch type for you. Not all pouches are created equal. Make sure the pouch offers 5-star accommodation. Traditional men’s underwear has a flat pouch and doesn’t accommodate the bulge. You need a contoured pouch, which is essentially a curved ‘nest’ where the boys fit snugly in what feels like a mancave for the squad.
Length is what matters if you need boxer briefs that don’t ride up. Trunks easily bunch up to you-know-where. The trick is to find a leg length of at least 15.5cm [6 inches], tapered down to mid-thigh and hugging the leg. A little elastic in the hemline is additional backup.
Fabric is fundamental. For some fabric is key. Reasons may range from saving the planet, wanting underwear that dries quickly, or needing hypo allergenic qualities. Put simply, fabric can be categorised as either natural, man-made, or a combination of both (a zillion different blends). All have advantages and disadvantages. Get comfy in fabric that feels good on your body and in your soul.
Underwear is the first thing you put on in the morning and the last thing you take off at night. Don’t settle. Find comfort and convenience in boxer briefs that don’t ride up.