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Calvin Klein Men's 3-Pack Cotton Classic Boxer Brief
Calvin Klein Men's 3-Pack Cotton Classic Boxer Brief
  • 95% Cotton/ 5% Elastane
  • High Quality Calvin Klein Mens Boxer 3 Pack
  • Classic Fit
  • Added stretch for comfort and shape retention
  • Soft and breathable cotton
  • Classic logo elastic waistband

Soft cotton stretch; with an innovative moisture-wicking; anti-microbial finish and a soft; smooth waistband for comfort.

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Package Dimensions: 9 x 4.5 x 2.3 inches
  • Date First Available: October 2, 2017
  • ASIN: B0763FQV3T
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,254 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #70 in Men's Boxer Briefs
    • #2218 in Men's Shops

    Fit as expected. Typically I wear baggy/ ugly boxers because I never like that tight feeling in that area but I was suprised how comfortable these are. I felt like I had to step up my underwear game because when I'm at the gym my shirt lifts up when I do certain workouts such as pull ups and you see a little bit of my boxers. Also when you get lucky you don't want to be caught it crappy walmart boxers. So the point is I feel a lot more comportable wearing and showing them off lol. these things are expensive but i recommend them.

    I have purchased Calvin Klein underwear for years. I think they are the best underwear garment you can buy for the price and quality. However, recently I picked up three pair of these, ones that I had not tried. I should have stayed with my regular choice. There is something about the material on these that did not allow the adhesive tape used to wrap each pair of underwear, to keep it from unfolding, to come off of the garment. The two pair shown in the photo have been washed twice and still there is a sticky like substance left. It feels like it might if you heated up a marshmallow and stuck it on the material. Looks bad, but of course, does not affect the use of the product. I have never ran across this before with any other materials used in their great underwear. Just thought you should know...

    For a name like Calvin Klein I thought this underwear would have been amazing for the price. There is absolutely nothing special about them and they sport more tags than most jeans I buy. I've cut down some of the tags but they still scratch and irritate me. Also, I'm a tall skinny guy with a skinny butt. I've has large underwear my entire life. Extra large is way too big for me, but these "larges" are the tightest underwear I've ever worn. I don't know if that's the style or what but I don't understand why anyone would want their boys squeezed so tight. Boxer briefs are supposed to give some room down there.

    These for more like boxers than briefs, even after a wash. They are either extremely poorly designed or are meant to be worn with the waistband around your belly button. With the band where I wear my jockey boxer briefs, they provide zero support and the lowest part of the genital area sorts far below my junk. As a result your boys get jangled around between your thighs constantly instead of supported and held in place. Really disappointed with this product.

    I overwhelmingly wear CK underwear (TMI?). There is a consistency of fit, quality and performance that i enjoy. These seem to be no exception to the rule, however, the tags are all in Korean(!?). This isn't a problem for me as I've studied Tae Kwon Do and Hapkido since I was a grasshopper, and I owe many of my values and abilities to the great culture that is Korean. I just can't help feeling like these were a knockoff or something ... but they are almost nicer than the authentic ones? They may be my new favorites? Are they just tagged differently? I'm so confused .. but this was a great buy!

    CK had two 3-pack boxer briefs on Amazon - one was about $12 more than the other. I bought both. As could be expected, the more expensive set has a smoother, better-quality feel to the cloth. Both are nice, though, same fit, but I would go higher-end next time. My last CK’s lasted about 2+ years before high-heat drying took its toll on the waist band and they started looking shabby.

    Fabric (mostly cotton with a little elastane I suspect) is comfortable. Slightly tight around the thighs but not always a bad thing. But what I can't understand, is in this modern age of tagless clothes, why these underwear would ship with multiple massive tags on the back. Plus, trying to cut them off, I put a hole in one of the underwear already. What a waste. Calvin Klein, please catch a clue.
    --Not recommended--

    Great boxer shorts! I have tried other brands and was not expecting much difference with CK. However I was wrong. The cotton material is smooth and stretchy. It isn't ribbed cotton like some other notable brand. I notice that ribbed cotton tends to wear out faster. Anyways I am 6'1" waist about 35" and weight about 205-210 Lbs depending on if I go running and workout. I think the short is just somewhat large not too large. I mean it fits and holds but not firmly. This might be ok for some people but I like my underwear holding me down firm. Having said that the shorts do ride up a bit. Beyond that it's a great. I love it in all I have 4 packs of the CK boxers in different colors and I will be buying more in time.

    nice product

    Excelente calidad, definitivamente era lo que estaba buscando y a la medida, recomendable al 100%