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Under Armour Men's Original Series 6-inch Boxerjock Boxer Briefs- 2 Pack
Under Armour Men's Original Series 6-inch Boxerjock Boxer Briefs- 2 Pack
  • 95% Polyester/5% Spandex
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Lightweight, smooth HeatGear fabric for superior performance
  • 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

Lightweight, smooth HeatGear fabric for superior performance . 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. 2 boxer briefs per pack. Inseam: 6".

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Product Dimensions: 0.67 x 3.03 x 2.13 inches
  • Item model number: 1282508
  • Date First Available: December 29, 2015
  • ASIN: B014VCS3YM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,223 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #20 in Men's Boxer Briefs
    • #642 in Men's Shops
    • #171 in Men's Sports Clothing

    Husband wrote this review: I'll start by saying that I used to love UA undies. I have tons of them ask my wife. They are almost too good - they have lasted me over ten years!! TEN!! All of them through two deployments to Iraq! A few I've even been blown up in while wearing and I STILL have - STILL! So...I asked my wife to get a few for Christmas - I thought it was about time. Well - when I tried them on - WHAT THE??!! NOT A FAN ANYMORE! Why did they have to put a massive - UNCOMFORTABLE seam right down the front middle?? Just what I want rubbing and irritating my junk all day long. Seriously!! Did a woman design these underwear?? And does she hate men??!! And my friends all think the same thing. UA - whoever you got that changed your design and put a MASSIVE seam down the front middle of men's underwear - is laughing right now. Not the UA underwear I used to know - you've lost a lifelong customer with me. Unless you decide to take the seam out of the front.

    I own several pair of original UA briefs, bought in the late 90’s, early 2000, that are still wearable and in decent shape. They are indestructible. I’m not kidding. The only sign of their age is some fatigue in the elastic waistband. Black pair in photo are the originals.

    These new ones are not the same. Fabric is thinner, fly has perforated fabric, and the waistband is not as substantial. These are still decently comfortable though once the insipid tag is cut off. I’d pay $40 for a single pair like the true originals because they last 20 years or more...

    For a long time I didn't give in to the hype and refused to pay a ridiculous amount of money for underwear. I received a pair as a gift and decided to give it an honest try and I must say I'm duly impressed. It does a great job of wicking sweat, offers a great deal of movement without chafing, and the material is very breathable. Most importantly it keeps the 'boy's down south cool and remarkably drier than other underwear brands sporting the latest 'scientific' fabric.

    Over the years, I've tried a number of brands and I've finally found one that I'm happy with. I've slowly been replacing my collection with UA. Needless to say, I've caved and joined the family of gym jocks but now I know it's not just a name I'm buying but a quality product.

    If the price is a turn off like it was for me, wait until it goes on sale as they often do. On average, I usually get a pair for around ~$18-26 or $9-13 / each.

    49 , I'm 6'1 , 298 lbs , And wear a size 44 in pants . And in shorts typically a XXL . This was my first purchase of Under Armour "Boxerjocks " . First off , All I can say is WOW !!! These things are awesome !! And they are super comfortable . Now as for the size , they seem to fit just fine at XXL But a part of me wonders if I coulda tried a XL instead of an XXL . Don't get me wrong , I'm happy with the XXL that I purchased . And they do fit fine .But there is some give in the waistband , and some around the legs . Just leaves me to wonder if a XL would fit too , or if it would be too tight . Oh Well , Anyways , If you're on the fence about buying these , Well , Get down off the fence and order em right now because you will NOT BE DISAPPOINTED !! I can't stop admiring the feel of these . I would highly recommend .

    I have worn these UA Boxerjocks for years, initially for working out and running, and eventually just liked them enough to buy more and start using them as daily underwear. While they are comfortable and work well to wick away sweat, they tend to run a bit tight (even for close fit athletic wear). I have a 34" waist and wear L in almost all sized clothing with some of my athletic clothing even being M based on the cut (some shorts are loose in L). With these Boxerjocks, I have to order XLs. I believe the "suggested" sizing of XL is 38-40" which I have never even come close to, yet with these, they fit well. The waist is a touch loose, but the butt and thighs fit just right. I am sure I could wear an L, but they would probably be uncomfortable and bunch up. Since I am wearing these mainly as underwear (and not looking for compression shorts), I prefer to size up.
    I would recommend to anyone who is between sizes to be conservative and find which size works best before ordering too many pair.

    I’ve been a Champion wearer for quite a while. My Champions developed holes so it was time for some new undies. I read the reviews for these and ordered some.

    I’m 5’9” and 215 lbs. my waist is 36/38 so I ordered the Large. They are tight. They feel a little too small. What’s up with the 3” long tag? Seriously?!?! I’m going to have to carefully take a razor and cut this intrusive thing off at the seam.

    In short I see no advantage to the fit and feel of the Champion brand bit Champions are half the price. In fact, given equal price, I would choose the Champion ones.

    Hope that helps.

    These have been my favorite boxers for a while. But this last purchase I was very disappointed. I have a 32" waist and for years I have bought a size large and it always fit perfect. This time the large was 4" larger than before! Why would a company change their sizing? So I looked for a sizing chart to find what a 32" would be sized as.... Nope. No sizing chart to be found. Thanks Under Armour, I get to play the guessing game and wait for shipping again, and maybe once more if it still doesn't fit.

    Update 04/01/17: strike 2... I exchanged the larges for small. The waste is almost exactly the same as the pairs I have had for years and love. But the crotch area is much tighter. I'm going to try medium and hope the waist isn't too big. God I wish they would just be consistent with their shape and Sizing. They may have lost a life customer.

    I've said in previous reviews how Im a fan of the UA range of products. These though, have to be one of the best products from the entire range. Let me break it down for you:

    The GOOD:
    The fabric is smooth and doesn't bunch up.
    The elasticated waist doesn't leave any imprint on your skin after a days wear
    They have a phenomenal cooling effect so as to keep the family jewels in relative comfort.
    They are not Cotton-Like they are very much in the same material as UA's base layers
    They are super comfortable with great flex
    They are comparably priced and in my humble opinion HUGELY under rated

    The NOT-SO-GOOD:
    The price is starting to creep up on thee now so get them while you can.
    They should come in a 5-pack and not just 1 or 2

    I used to wear fashionable Calvin Klein & Hugo Boss. However, this didn't pan out too well during the recent heatwave in the UK (due to the cotton material and fashionable shaping), and so I set out to find something that would help relieve an active modern man of the issues that the unbearable heat would bring upon his nether-persons.

    The GOOD

    - Cooling & Odorless
    I can wear these all day without the boxer shorts causing me to sweat up, and they're basically odorless. As an added bonus they seem to keep their shape and dry relatively fast after being washed.

    - The price
    I don't know why people are saying these are expensive. These are the cheapest underwear I've owned since I was 10 and did my shopping at Primark or C&A. You spend all day in the same underwear and don't throw them away until they gather holes. These things keep you smelling fresh and keep your people-maker safeguarded - why you would not want to invest a little bit into your undergarments is something that goes over my head. This is not luxury underwear - approx £5 per piece is moderately priced.

    - Flexibility.
    The fabric is quite stretchy and moves with your body; whether you're lunging, doing the splits or curling yourself into a tiny ball.

    - No chafing
    I've gotten a little bigger, it happens. My previous fashionable boxers were beginning to cut into my thighs and waist, but switching to these has been a dream come true (whilst I regain my youthful shape).

    The BAD

    - A little shiny
    I understand that this is miracle fabric, however, expect to squint a little when looking directly at them. It's a little shinier than the Nike Dri-Fit material.

    - Annoying label (tearable)
    They come with an annoying label which begs to be torn out immediately. I guess this isn't so bad as removing the label doesn't damage the clothing, but it's still an unnecessary effort.

    - Quantity
    It would have saved me the hassle of placing multiple orders if they were just sold as a week's worth of underwear. We're men, shopping isn't a fun task. But again I guess this isn't so bad as it allowed me to test the product first...

    - Colour
    They probably already exist in a higher price bracket, however, a black-on-black colour scheme would look better than shouty red capital lettering. These are boxer shorts, not music hardware. Less is more.

    5 Rick James slaps out of 5

    I have been an avid fan of Waxx for the past several years but they are expensive at £30 a pair so I have been on the look out for an alternative pair of boxer shorts that give me the same comfort as Waxx. If you have a pair of Waxx boxers you will know that they are ultra comfortable and that they wash up well and fit as good as new even after a year or more wear. I would score Waxx 10/10 every day of the week for comfort, style, quality and looks.

    These Under Armour boxers fall ever so slightly short of Waxx when it comes to comfort but it is very maginal, maybe it is the fact that they have a front pouch that you need to get used to but for comfort I would score these 9.5 however value for money they are an easy 10/10

    Fit wise, I am usually between sizes and when that happens I go up a size, in doing so with these I was questioning are they slightly too large? I went for large and although I am happy with them I purchased a medium and I have to say, they are a slightly better fit.

    Only time will tell if these are as good 12 months on but a few weeks later and after several washes it looks promising. I do a lot of driving so it is important that I don't have boxer shorts that ride up my leg and these are on par with my Waxx when it comes to staying in place.

    Hopefully my review will help someone in making a decision in purchasing a pair of these boxer shorts, if it does please do let me know.

    I gave these ago after being struck down by chub rub / chappies / or as normal people call it, thigh rub.

    As a slightly more plumb man trying to loose some weight, i have had my fair share of trouble with the thighs coming together to stop me. Almost like they don't want to go. I use to try powders etc, or id wear cycling shorts if i was playing football/running.

    Until i found these beautys.... i am now converted! underwear and support combined to keep these thighs from kissing. They are very comfortable, provide support to hamstrings/quads and keep that chub rub at bay.

    They are a bit pricey at first (i paid £22 for 2 pairs) however they are worth the money. I now have 6 pairs.

    Use -
    Either as normal underwear, or if you know your going to be active, say lunch time run or so.

    I would recommend these. im 34" waist, and i wear medium, they are snuggly.

    I gave these ago after being struck down by chub rub / chappies / or as normal people call it, thigh rub.

    As a slightly more plumb man trying to loose some weight, i have had my fair share of trouble with the thighs coming together to stop me. Almost like they don't want to go. I use to try powders etc, or id wear cycling shorts if i was playing football/running.

    Until i found these beautys.... i am now converted! underwear and support combined to keep these thighs from kissing. They are very comfortable, provide support to hamstrings/quads and keep that chub rub at bay.

    They are a bit pricey at first (i paid £22 for 2 pairs) however they are worth the money. I now have 6 pairs.

    Use -
    Either as normal underwear, or if you know your going to be active, say lunch time run or so.

    I would recommend these. im 34" waist, and i wear medium, they are snuggly.

    Brilliant boxers- bought for climbing as needed 'better support' to avoid an unplanned sex change by climbing harness straps, and now won't wear anything else. Ridiculously comfortable and breathable, comforting level of support, stops chafing while out hiking or biking, you can't find a better pair of boxers than these. Fit like a dream and they stay where they should- no riding up legs unlike other longer length shorts.

    I'm not sure how much I am paying for the branding of this product. But I must say they have done a very good job in the design, Boxers stretch long down the leg and are reasonably tight. but then loosen up slightly around the crotch not to mention the mesh style front section that means I never get to hot or uncomfortable wearing these.

    I have now thrown all my other underwear out and bought only these and the other black and red pairs of under armour (Black and Red due to cheaper price)

    Can't stress how important it is to have good comfortable underwear. I'm no longer uncomfortable and trying to readjust my boxers during the day, I just put these on and forget about them. Perfect.

    I needed some BETTER underwear for the gym and martial arts, my standard CK boxers ride up all the time and become uncomfortable after a while.

    After some research I found these and bought a pair - I'm very happy to say that these boxers are a fantastic upgrade/replacement and tick all the boxes.

    They are longer than all my boxers and fit perfectly, so when doing activity they don't roll or ride up. They manage and absorb sweat very well and hold the 'family jewels' in place at all times. They are also extremely comfortable to just wear everyday at work too.

    The only gripe is that they seem to have gone up from £15 to £20+ now and while technically worth the price, it's expensive for just two pairs.

    I will however, be buying some more.

    My husband first tried these boxers a few years ago bad in his words "they're a revelation. They fit perfectly and keep everything in place". They wash up as good as new. The only reason to buy more was not because the others were getting worn and tatty it was purely that we were going away for an extended period and needed more pairs.

    I do love these boxers. Yes they are expensive but they do last longer than the standard cotton boxers. I buy them during the sale so never pay full price. I genuinely can't see myself going back to cotton boxers and find myself buying either these or cheaper alternatives (they do exist) that have the same quality as these. I have to admit that I was normally buying the medium size previously, but the last set felt a bit more tight around the thigh, so went a size up recently. The large size boxers are a bit loser than I prefer but are otherwise quite comfortable.

    Bought these at some cost after reading all the amazing reviews of how great they are in heat (including the US reviews where it does actually get hot). People raving that they wouldn't wear anything else, how they kept them cool, and how the material "wicks away sweat". Reviews like "The last boxers you will ever own", "Best cooling boxers for unbearable heat", and "Best boxers I've ever found!".

    Well I was sold, it all sounded amazing, and the science plausible after reading the details, so I bought a load just before going to a hot country for a wedding.

    Boy, what a mistake....

    On the airline alone I had to pay several visits to the toilet just to pull them down and let myself "breathe". I thought they were breathable?! Well things only got worse when we arrived, it was the most uncomfortable holday ever, all I could feel was my nether regions on fire from effectively what felt like tight nylon. What was I thinking, how on earth could polyester be better than cotton?! They just seemed like a heat trap, and of course absorbed no sweat (as they were too busy "wicking" I guess).

    The ones containing 57% cotton are marginally better than the pure polyester / elastane ones, but still unwearable. Even back in Blighty they're all now at the bottom of the drawer, won't touch them even on cold days.

    The only reason I gave an extra star is because they are well made and fit really well, but for all the cooling properties in the heat it gave me I might as well have wrapped myself in sellotape.

    If you like Rock n Roll and Jerry Lee Lewis then you might like Great Balls Of Fire, but not for me and never again...

    Amazing, simply the best boxers I have owned and far more comfier than my usual brands from Calvin Klein, Next etc.
    I’m 32” waist and bought a medium, which fit spot on. Not too tight but tight enough around the thighs and to keep everything in place.
    I completed a half marathon in these and pleased to say they didnt ride up for the duration of the race. No chafing and just all round comfort and support.
    They are quite pricey but I’ll probably end up buying more!!

    Took a gamble on underwear listed as polyester because I know polyester isn't exactly the most breathable fabric, unfortunately I seem to have bought a pocket oven for my man parts. Sat around the house and it's making everything moist, sat in bed and they just feel incredibly uncomfortable. Worst pair of boxers I have ever had. I imagine if I wear them for cycling or running later in the week they'll be great for wicking away sweat and will work better than anything else I have, but for just a daily pair of pants they are terrible.

    These are great. Bought them for travel holidays on the road. They were excellent. Easy to wash out on the road, fast to dry.
    The first pairs of these I bought are 2 years old now and are still going strong, getting chucked into the washing machine day in day out. These have outlasted many other more expensive brands who at this stage have ripped and or lost their elasticity.
    Buy with confidence!

    Better than standard cotton boxers. Lasts longer, very comfortable and excellent for sports. I don't use cotton boxers anymore and go for polyester (material) boxers. These are excellent but expensive so I buy them during the sales. The sizes can be unpredictable depending on the colour sometimes as the last time I bought medium grey ones, they felt quite small and tight yet the black ones were fine.