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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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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.
I've been wearing the Original 6inch exclusively for 7+ years. Until now. The last four pair I purchased are too small in every way. My size hasn't changed – maybe a slightly smaller waist. The 30 or so pair I have from before the **DIS-improvements** all still fit great. I used to buy these for people as gifts – I was a veritable UA evangelist. But thanks for **UN-fixing** what was never broken in the first place. So incredibly stupid to suddenly shrink the size and redesign a market-leading product that it boggles the mind. Perhaps someone needs to go back to business school. You've lost me forever because you've proven to me that, not only is the product inferior now, you simply don't care about your loyal customers. So much for the Maryland guys that made products about the athletes, and not the corporations. Bummmm-Errrrrr.
I've been wearing underwear since I was one year old and I have never had a tag dig in and scratch my skin! What are you people thinking?! Do you wear your own product or is it too uncomfortable?!?
These (along with discontinued Speedform socks) were my absolute favorites but I hate the new design... luckily I have plenty of the old ones which are PERFECT.
Extremely disappointed once again! Loose waistband. I should have paid attention to other reviews..
UA... SHAPE UP !!
I, too, have been deeply disappointed with the feel and comfort of the apparent new design. Over the years, I went from telling everyone how great the underwear was to recently not wanting to buy another pair. I am 6'1", 180 lbs. and in relatively decent shape. Your underwear used to fit perfectly and was so comfortable. I probably have 10 pair. But my most recent purchases are so disappointing. They are too loose in the waist and too tight in the thighs. They are also more of a low rise. It's really weird that someone in your company made the decision to change the design from being so good to being so bad. I actually threw away the 4 pair I bought at Christmas. They were that uncomfortable.
I just bought these and was pleased, for the most part. What's up with super long tag, inside the brief? What a literal, pain in the butt. I could cut them off but afraid I'll just make it worse with something rubbing the wrong way. Find a way to stitch it lengthwise, inside the waistband, or better yet, get rid of it. Love my UA gear, but disappointed with these.
I have 12 pairs and use them for training, running and every day use. The best there is. What more can I say?
I love this underwear, super comfortable and breathable. However, the the one that I dislike is how the mesh stitching in the front tends to be very noticeable when wearing thin athletic shorts. I try to line it up with the stitching of the shorts, but it tends to be distinct in the light.