What Brand of Boxer Briefs is the Best?

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  1. Hotjock123

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    I'm thinking of switching to boxer briefs, i wear boxers right now. I'm looking for something a little more tight fitting, but i dont want super loose long boxer briefs. Tight enough to hold my package, but enough room to breath, not briefs kind of type.
    So can anyone help me out?
     
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    You want the square cut kind maybe something like these?
    In which case Ginch Gonch and AussieBum have some nice ones.
     

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    Square cut are best unless I get to go totaly without. lol
     
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    I really like Calvin Klein. I think the Steel and Pro Stretch lines are stretchy and well sized, so they are supportive but not suffocating. 365 is good too, a bit looser. I prefer the "trunk" style as the legs are shorter and don't bunch up as easily under clothes. Aussiebum is amazing. They are a bit more expensive but pretty much all their stuff is good.
     
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    Simple hanes do the trick for me.
     
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    It'a really a matter of opinion and what you want in underwear. Me personally, I prefer American Eagle and Fruit of the Loom boxer briefs for everyday wear. However, for running and occasional day-wear, FotL briefs are best for me.
     
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    It never ceases to surprise me how expensive underwear can get. For $30 a pair, I'd better be able to wear them instead of pants. FotL and Hanes have done it for me. They're a god value, and I like the simplistic styling anyways. And you can get them just about anywhere. Try boxer-briefs out with a cheap brand first, and see if you like the feel of them (if you haven't yet). Good luck man
     
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    I have tried many different brands of boxer-briefs at various times over the last year. The best were Tommy Hilfiger and FTL (both are fairly long, sized correctly, and reasonably snug without being tight). The FTLs are made of slightly rougher fabric, however. The Under Armour "boxer jock" is also good (though pricey) and comes in three different lengths.

    I did not like Hanes or American Eagle BBs at all. Both were too short and tended to lose their "stretch" during the day, becoming loose and bunching up.

    Eventually, though, I gave up on BBs and threw mine in the trash. I mostly go commando, but have a couple of pairs of regular boxers as well.
     
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    The american eagle trunks are my favorites, they're short, supportive and look ultra sexy on. I also wear H&M trunks which are also great, these ones are also good for showing off your buns since the stitch is in the center of the seat, where your crack is.
     
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    Bonds are my choice, have been for a very long time. They're nice and comfy and not overly expensive.
     
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    great thread guys

    am really into my boxers / hipsters. ginch are great, aussie look stupid imho. sloggie are nice too :D clever are looking good also!
     
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    I can't believe I forgot Bonds! Bond is an Australian brand, kind of like their "Fruit of the Loom" or "Hanes" except muuuuuch higher quality in my experience. I'd definitely recommend their Fit range.
     
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    if you can shop at a Kohl's Sonoma has boxerbreifs that I like a lot
    sadly I hate Kohl's but Sonoma is thier brand
     
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    Target has a good brand of boxer briefs and trunks. Look up Merona on their website or in store, they're surprisingly awesome.
     
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    I'll second the recommendation of Target, but I get the Champion Duo Dry boxer briefs that they've recently started selling. At two pairs for $10, they are softer, more comfortable and better looking than the $24/pair Cin2 boxer briefs that I bought last year.
     
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    I have become a big fan of Unico boxer briefs (www.undergear.com). They are not low on the price, but I find them really comfortable. Plenty of room to hold a large package and still remain comfortable. They come in a variety of lengths.
     
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    Recently I discovered the EVOLVE brand of underwear available at TARGET that I LOVE, they have a great fit and the fabric is great, I think its like an off brand from like 2xist or something, I don't exactly remember.

    They have briefs, boxer briefs, trunks, bikini briefs, tshirts, in multiple colors.
     
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    I've been wearing nothing but CK Boxer Briefs for years, but just a couple weeks ago I bought two pair of Under Armour brand. They're very comfortable.
     
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    Yeah, I've been wearing Under Armor for a few months and really like them, for days when I don't wear plain boxers or go commando.
     
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