I like that this underware is not made out of Capilene, which usually requires some sort of oder control. I prefer less additives on clothing. The TENCEL lyocell material is soft and comfortable. Lyocell is a great fabric and a favorite in the garment industry. The design of this product is well thought out and constructed.
I have switched to men's undies!
I am a 60 year old woman who finally got fed up with tight, itchy women's underwear. My husband wears Patagonia boxers and I have been eyeing them for awhile as an alternative to what I have been wearing. Bought my first pair a week ago and was instantly in Heaven. I am 5"2, 100 pounds with an athletic build and these fit me a bit like co... Read Morempression shorts, but not tight. I immediately bought 3 more pair and intend to buy all Patagonia's inventory. I highly recommend these gems to women. Love, Mrs. Carter Faber P.S. Both me and hubby are 30 year customers!
I approached this new underwear with some trepidation, it doesn't look like the boxers or briefs that I normally wear. However, these are great, super comfortable, supportive, you forget that you have them on! (Due to the soft ply of the fabric, they are even more comfortable than going commando! :-) ) Only thing is that after a couple of wash... Read Moreings, I appear to have a small hole in the fabric in a non-stress area. A little disappointed, but, just monitoring right now. And, I have bought some more....
No doubt the softest pair of underwear you'll find. It's worth the price tag. The garment itself is flawless, with my favorite part being the incredibly stretchy yet thick waistband. However, that doesn't stop it from having some cons, namely the giant tag sewn to the right of the printed-on sizing indicator and Patagonia graphic. Ot... Read Moreher reviews have mentioned this issue. Someone might find this helpful, as there aren't pictures readily available in the product page to indicate that there's a large tag here. I have two pairs of these boxer briefs, yet one has a smaller tag and the other has a very large tag that it incredibly noticeable in day-to-day wear, sometimes feeling a bit sharp against the skin. And that's it. This beautiful garment has one flaw. Tags seem to be tricky in terms of legal issues but if Patagonia is able to implement a printed-on QR code in order to see washing and legal information, I know I'd buy five more pairs ASAP. Even just having the information on the tags printed out onto the garment in tiny writing (similar to how the Patagonia graphic and sizing indicator already are done) would be better. Really love these things but right now they're in the 'A' tier. If this one issue were fixed they'd easily be in the 'S' tier. Thanks for considering my feedback. P.S. If you're in between small (29 waist) and medium (waist 31) sizing, and have about a size 30 waist, go for the small. The waistband will fit WAY better. Thanks to Connor on the support team for talking with me about the issue. Keep making great stuff guys!
Nice Boxer Briefs, yup.
I like these boxer briefs. The material is very soft and the fit is great. I did stray from the sizing chart with these and ordered Smalls when a Medium was recommended (all of my old Patagonia underwear were smalls... so I just went with that). No complaints with these boxers at all. I haven't worn them for a long time so I can't attest ... Read Moreto their durability, but they seem pretty tough for being so very soft and cozy. On a side note: where have all the briefs gone? I love my stockpile of Patagonia briefs from a couple years back, the ones before that (5-10 or so years back, I'm not sure) were great too but slowly shredded over time - after surpassing any expectation on how long a pair of briefs should last. Maybe these new pairs will convert me to the boxer camp, but I assume there are still some brief folks out there :)
A Good One.
Really comfortable. Was bummed when the old(not recent) black capilene briefs were discontinued. Although these short boxers aremore substantial in length, thickness and weight, they are amazingly comfortable and I hope Patagonia keeps them going. Have not had chance to travel and wash/ hang dry them on the go yet.
Need more pairs!
Bought one pair as a try-out and I am extremely pleased. Super soft, comfortable and supportive. I have worn them a few times during some volleyball tournaments as well and they have held up to the task. If I had to pick something out I would say they have ridden up on occasion, but definitely not a deal breaker.
Essential Boxer Briefs
these are definitely some of the most comfortable boxer-briefs I've ever worn. they're soft, quick-drying and hold their shape well. my only issue with them (and a lot of other Patagonia products) is the garment tag. it's unclear to me why Patagonia would go to the lengths they do to make a wonderful product and then sew a 4" lo... Read Moreng tag to the waistband. i was able to remove the tag with some work and sewing tools. but still, these garment tags are something Patagonia should consider. especially in their undergarments.
Go to boxer briefs
After wearing both the 3" and 6" the 3" is now my go to pair ! They fit and feel great for all day wear. Unlike other boxer briefs they seldom ride up and feel like new with regular wear when on trips. The tag is a bit long and can be a bit annoying but either cutting it out or just living with it works for me. Overall will definitel... Read Morey recommend these to others looking for all day comfort!
Not that comfortable
Hate to sound a bum note, but I'm unconvinced this is one of Patagonia's better products. Had a friend buy a couple of these in HK (incidentally, there were no Essential Boxers in ALL HK stores). Been wearing them for the past two months, and still trying to tell myself it can probably get better. Some grouses: - rides up on the legs, suc... Read Moreh that it gets quite uncomfy at the crotch - material is not smooth to the touch, unlike Capilene - does not dry out as quickly as Capilene I am still keen to try the Essential Boxers, that is if I can find them. Which brings me to another question - why are Patagonia products so hard to come by in Singapore? Apart from some t-shirts and jackets, the range is really quite non-existent.
Like these boxer briefs.
I ordered an assortment of the Patagonia boxer briefs. Some have no fly. Those are a little harder to wear when in the rest room. The ones I like best are the ones with a fly. I have several each of the 3 inch and the 6 inch inseam. My favorite are the 3 inch inseam. Comfortable, light weight, breathable, fit well. These are what I will order more ... Read Moreof. Thanks.
I love the capline everyday boxer briefs the feel and the booty short fit please bring it back I will buy 100 more!!! That being said everything is great for this boxer briefs , only thing I would change is the inseams are bigger than 3inches and I like smaller inseams for that trunk booty short fit. Please make a 1 inch inseam capline everyday box... Read Moreer briefs !!!
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