My husband loves short PJ's, and these are far better than the cotton, button down ones he had. They are more comfortable, and it's easier to turn over in bed at night. Plus, he's not tempted to iron them!! No need.
I've been a briefs man my entire life, but lately my regular underwear has been irritating where my thighs meet my torso. Time for a change, I guess.
I tried "performance" boxer briefs, but their polyester didn't breathe enough and they were too tight. I heard about this micromodal material and was intrigued. These David Archy underwear were the first ones I purchased and was thus unsure what to expect.
It turns out that in most ways they are better than I was hoping - they breathe well, run cooler, and the seams are better than I thought. The two drawbacks, though, are that these run just a bit smaller than other underwear (I'll buy XL instead of L for my 36ish waist next time) and there is no fly.
I'll keep looking for something like this but with a fly. And I might try other styles from this manufacturer. But these underwear are good enough I'd buy more if I find nothing better.
These are very comfortable you don't even feel them. Very thing fabric beware when using thin shorts or clothes your magic wound will be very noticeable jajaj.
These are excellent briefs. I like the longer ones a bit more to help with chafing. I'll wear these when I don't have long walks on the agenda.
Im an endurance rider,, (horse) think trotting for 12 hours at a time. Need no chafing underwear. These seem kinda delicate, however they are very very soft and smooth and comfortable, havent rode hard in them but expect them to work well.
I wear 34" wranglers,, which I think run big. Normally I am on line between XL and L depending on brand in underwear. Got these in XL and they fit a little loose. Which is a good thing as that brings me to my small con.. The waste band needs to be wider and reinforced. If these were any snugger on me they would probably dig in. Only reason I wont order more.
Do like the tags,, they have a serratted edge and all the tags just tear off clean without damaging the material.