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Jinshi Mens Bamboo Underwear Boxer Briefs Short Leg Tagless Pouch Trunk
Jinshi Mens Bamboo Underwear Boxer Briefs Short Leg Tagless Pouch Trunk
  • 95% Bamboo Fiber + 5% Spandex
  • Bamboo Fiber Characteristic:soft,breathable,lightweight,supportive,dries quickly
  • Machine wash
  • Tagless for itch-free comfort.Dries quickly if you do sweat in them
  • Leg cut is just short enough to keep material from riding and bunching
  • Note:Asian size is smaller than US size.L(27inch-30inch)=US size S;XL(31inch-34inch)=US size M;XXL(35inch-38inch)=US size L;XXXL(39inch-42inch)=US size XL

Bamboo Fibre Brief Introduction
These JINSHI underwear are made of bamboo fibres which is superior to cotton. Smooth, lighter in weight, and easy to care for(washer/dryer, no wrinkles, durable). Bamboo fabric has insulating properties, helping the wearer stay warmer in winter and cooler in summer. It also ensures human and eco health-bamboo plant is organically sustainable, grows naturally without chemicals.

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
  • Item model number: NEWJINSHI01
  • Date First Available: July 7, 2016
  • ASIN: B01I2L28IA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,288 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #527 in Men's Boxer Briefs
    • #23475 in Men's Shops

    I really love the colors and style. I’ve been using the Calvin Klein trunks for sometime now but wanted to get more affordable but still sweet looking trunks.

    These definitely have a really cool aesthetic and the colors and style are 10/10. Even the material is 10/10 and rivals Calvin Klein.

    However the fit is not as snug as Calvin Klein. I’m a 30 waist US, and got their smallest size L, and though the groin is fine the legs sit a bit too loose. They don’t hug my legs the same way the CK ones do. 8/10

    Finally, 2 of the 5 in the pack are actually a bit larger sized than the other 3 even though they are the same model/style. It’s odd, when you place them on top of each other you can see they are a little bit larger. 8/10 for consistency.

    All in all, for the price of 2 CK trunks you’re getting 5 sweet looking trunks that ALMOSR fit right.

    I would say, if your pant size is 31/32 US then the Asia L size might fit you correctly. But if you have skinner legs, then the Asia L (their smallest size) is still going to be a tad loose on you.

    Still recommend these though if price is something you care about. Close enough.

    because I don’t want everyone to have the same underwear as my faves, nor do I want the prices to go up.

    People seem to be bothered by my favorite feature- the look.
    I get compliments all the time (I wear pants too, but...)

    I love how they’re packaged. Awesome presentation.
    I love the waistband look on at least two of the styles, but not really on one out of the three styles.

    The stitched tag on the back of waist band really makes it especially unique and just that little feature make me love them.

    Very comfortable, stylish, unique, great presentation that makes them great gifts, BUT my big complaint with these, which is kind of a really big deal... is constantly reaching into my pants pulling out wedgies.

    The wedgie issue is enough to be a reason to not touch these.

    But some body types may not have this problem. My body- my waist and ass is very small, but not exercised and i have flabby sagging ass cheeks that most likely invite these wedgies?
    I also don’t have a “package” and these are men’s underwear.

    Maybe a bony no ass at all person, or a very tight muscular ass that possibly shields ass cracks from incoming fabrics will be a fit?

    Maybe consider all of these things before you fear that you may be in danger of a wedgie issue.

    One more:

    I wish there were options to buy any color/style you want, singly or in the 3 packs. But so far they decide for you.
    So if you want a specific one, you might have to buy 8 pairs to get it.

    Each one is packaged individually, why not choose your your variety pack?

    I prefer the square cut trunks (shorter than boxer briefs, a bit longer than briefs), and these very much fall into that category. The material feels great, and the fit is perfect. I don't like my underwear to be visible in flashy colors, so I wish they had an all black/gray version, but other than that I can't complain about anything on this product.

    I also ordered comparable underwear made by Astarin and Kayizu, and found Jinshi to be the best of the three. I am also a fan of the Kronis underwear.

    I'm not generally the type of guy to write reviews. Far less likely when it comes to underwear. But these exceeded my expectations. After trying other, far more expensive brands, that had me singing soprano, I was quite pleased (and surprised) with how soft and comfy these are--all while looking great. Keep in mind, I'm a boxers guy. Sometimes a boxer briefs kinda guy. When practical, a commando kinda guy. Taking the step to trunks was at the request of a female member of our species. Since women often wear uncomfortable clothes and accessories to turn us on, I figured what the heck. And it paid off. That being said, if you do get these and they're still a little uncomfortable for you, just wear them a bit lower without going full high and tight tuck. That worked for me. Of course, you can always pull them up again when you need to. After all, you're a big boy now.

    The fabric is wonderfully soft, but the sizing is bizarre. I wear US medium from the usual brand names, so I sized up to an XL. The XL was too short in the hips, so I sized up again to a 2XL. Those were also too short in the hips, but added a significant amount of fabric to the groin area. Just weird. Also was too tight in the ass.

    If you are muscular at all with developed glutes, these may not fit you. However, the fabric is lovely, so it may be worth a try if you can get the size to work.

    The leather patch on the back is just wasteful and unnecessary.

    I’ve been on a quest to find the perfect underwear to sleep in—something that won’t give me a wedgie all night (most briefs), get all twisted up (boxers), and will support my guys without squashing them. I want a soft material, that is smooth enough to slide in the sheets without bunching up. These come pretty close to meeting all my requirements, but I don't think they will be my go to pair of underwear for nighttime. They are a little snug, but I'm not sure I would want to go up a full size. I've found some with slightly better pouch support, but all in all these are fine. They are super soft and, for the most part, comfortable. It's probably going to come down to a preference of the different cuts of different brands.

    I wore the black ones on day one. I loved the fit, feel, and look. On day two, I wore the gold ones. But they felt loose and baggy. I compared with the black, and they are a good inch wider in the waist. The picture shows the difference. Luckily the others are mostly consistent in size.

    The six pack actually has two different styles. The orange and blue are longer, more like boxers than briefs.