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Munsingwear Men's 2-Pack Boxer Brief
Munsingwear Men's 2-Pack Boxer Brief
  • 100% Cotton
  • Imported
  • Pull On closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Horizontal kangaroo pouch
  • Brushed back jacquard elastic waistband
  • Machine wash warm with like colors. Non-chlorine bleach. Tumble dry low

This Munsingwear kangaroo comfort pouch boxer brief is a very comfortable underwear style. This boxer brief is made of spun combed 100% cotton and comes in a convenient 2 pack. It will be a welcome addition for the man with comfort in mind.

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 1 inches
  • Item model number: MW07
  • Date First Available: July 19, 2004
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
    • #680 in Men's Boxer Briefs
    • #33499 in Men's Shops

    I normally wear standard broadcloth boxer shorts but I wanted something with more support for my work out pedaling an exercise bicycle. These fill the bill. I exercise at home so my skivvies are all I wear . I ordered a size up from that suggested by the size chart because I can’t abide snug legs. That was the right choice for me, but probably NOT for most guys who normally wear boxer briefs. I especially like the horizontal fly which results in a comfortable symmetrical pouch. This is not the case with Y fronts. Penis access and utilization is a whole lot more straight forward (literally) than with traditional jockeys. I wore Munsingwear briefs back when I was just a lad (before I graduated to boxers) and yes the material is flimsier then it use to be, but everything seems to have gotten crappier lately, so no surprise there. Overall a good value.
    I’m finding that as some others have observed, these could use a longer rise in the rear. They inch down my butt (especially when exercising) creating “plumbers crack”. Therefore I’m removing one star. I’d still purchase them because I only wear them in the privacy of my home. However, I’m pretty sure the great Munsingwear of bygone days (pre-China, pre-Perry Ellis) did NOT have this problem.

    As probably the youngest guy to review this product I have to say I'm impressed. (I feel like the age range for this brand is men I there 60s from the other reviews?) Like most guys my age I grew up in the 80s and 90s and wore breifs from 4-12. Then puberty hit and it was boxers till junior year high school and a mix of boxers and boxer breifs since. But then I read in men's health mag that men who can't find comfortable underwear need underwear with a pouch design for obvious reasons and thought that makes more than enough sense. And they said if you've ever tried multiple underwear and don't feel comfortable this is the reason. And I have to say there right. I've tried a lot of brands, some better than others: Calvin, ex officious, champion, jockey, under armour, etc.

    Jockeys version seemed great from the package and quality made but on they were just like there classic breifs: too tall of a waist height and way to tight by the fly. But these boxer breifs feel good on and there's room down there and I think they look good too. My only hesitation from rating 5 stars is bc the fabric is on the cheaper side so I dont know how long they will last.

    While I love the horizontal fly design, and all boxer briefs should have this. The only thing better I've found on Amazon is the David Archy doctor series fly design which keeps your boys separated from your friend Willy with a super comfortable soft fabric- weird at first, and I when they arrived I thought I had accidentally ordered some sort of erotic crotch-less man-panties by mistake. However, after trying a pair out for a day I am convinced they have created what is, in my opinion, truly the best fly design EVER for keeping your junk comfy - you just gotta try one on to understand). And no, I'm not affiliated with them nor received any of their products at a discount, etc

    Anyway, back to the Munsingwear. They fit as expected and are fine, actually I think "just OK" is more accurate. I don't like the seams in the back. I found the seams caused a rather uncomfortable sensation when walking around, particularly when going up stairs. I think it is because the seams are thick and you can really feel them when you are moving around. These are a good design, except the seams, but they currently stay near the bottom of my drawer for when it has't been laundry day in awhile.

    The quality and fit are both very poor on these. My husband has been wearing this brand and style for years. The pair that came in this order were not sewn together properly. Both were sewn differently and neither like his originals. They are awful.

    These are really good boxer briefs, and the horizontal fly is much more well-designed than in other brands I've tried. At least one of those other brands apppears to be ofsetting their slightly lower price by skimping on the amount of fabric used in creating the horizontal fly flap, and by failing to reinforce the fly edges. Munsingwear has done it right!

    The waistband is a tiny bit scratchy but the overall fit is excellent I am sure many will like the fly. The main reason why I got them was the rise as I am trying to confidently hide a large incontinence pad I have to wear. On the size large, the briefs are over 25" when measured from front waistline to back waistline through the crotch. Most other high rise boxer briefs are only 20". Now I don't have to worry anymore when I bend down as my pad is neatly hidden away in these boxer briefs. Maybe this will be helpful for some other guys in this predicament. I have not washed the briefs yet to see how the hold up.

    I have been wearing Munsingwear for over 20 years. I like the horizontal fly. I am in between sizes...the large is too loose for me, both at the waist and the legs and the medium that I buy is a bit tight at the waist but the legs fit good. I have noticed a decrease in their quality and a lack of consistency in their construction over the years. The price was reasonable at about $6.50 per pair.

    That old saying? "You get what u pay for"? Or, "if it looks too good to be true, then it probably is...". I won't be able to wear these. The label even sticks me in the back. Back to my expensive underwear. C'est la vie.