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HIPS: With your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your hips to ensure you’ll have enough room to move comfortably.
Ultra-tight, second-skin fit that keeps you locked in.
A slimmer, athletic cut that allows total mobility but eliminates the bulk of extra fabric.
Fuller cut for complete comfort, total range of motion & greater breathability.
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I bought many of these and in different years all of which are small(SM) in size. the first two was a bit loose and the following four are a bit tight. this time I bought some and find that though they are all in SM some are shown as sm 180/76A and some are 165/70A.
so obviously, this tells us the size scale is keeping changing? since they are private cloth I won't make any return. the tight ones would only be used when do some highly tense activity, and loose ones will be used as leisure daily gear.....
I'm very happy with these, they are very comfortable and light.
I have many UA boxer briefs and these have to be the worst of them! (I just went back and read the reviews and clearly others feel the same way.
The main issue is the waist band, they will not stay up in the back, it seems like they didn't put enough elastic in it or something, so good luck keeping your butt covered.
The second issue is the material, it is not as soft / comfortable as previous versions.
I am sure they were just trying to cut costs, but will not be ordering these ones again.
I was sweating a lot in my cotton underwear which made me feel drenched as cotton holds water. That all changed when i got UA's 9" Boxerjock's where the fabric wicks sweat away.
Just bought two pair of Heatgear. Discovered too late that there’s no fly. Won’t be buying these again.
5 years ago Underarmor made a perfect Heatgear underwear series. They were soft, silky, and fit perfectly.
This one is a weak imitation of the one they used to make.
I am severely disappointed I cannot find the older design anywhere!
These underwear are a Reasonable fit, cool, well vented and comfortable
These underwear used to fit very well. Now I don't know who UA is making these boxers for, but it's definitely not athletes. I'm a 36 waist and prefer to size up my underwear, but even the 3XL is too tight in the butt in thighs. The waist band slips down and the underwear no longer fits my muscular thighs in butt. These used to be the perfect underwear for athletes, but now they seem to be made for twigs and other thin guys who wouldn't know a gym from the back of their hand.
Equal in all respects to other brands costing more. UA succeeds!
I've noticed a lot of one star reviews which are talking about the sizing of the boxerjocks; mainly that the sizing is much smaller now.
I'm going to let you in on a secret: this underwear stretches out over time. I bought a couple of these and then 6 months later bought a couple more. The new boxerjocks were tighter than the old bokerjocks. These briefs rock and it's annoying to see reviews saying "I bought some of these 10 years ago and now they fit so much tighter." Any dang piece of tight underwear will do that. So far in a year-plus of wearing these things I don't have any problems with chafing like I might with terrible cotton briefs. I wear these to the office, at the gym, out golfing, day drinking, etc. and all of it in the Texas heat. These are the ONLY briefs I will wear as long as UA keeps making them.