#wooland to be featured.
I had previously ONLY worn MeUndies (which I still love) but there is definitely something about the Merino Wool! These have now become my go-to boxer briefs.
I've been wearing these comofortably all summer and decided I needed a light colored neutral pair for white jeans and semi-sheer linen pants-- great fit!
This is my second pair of boxers. They are great quality and workmanship. The fit is great (M). I don't mean to sound gross, but was able to wear these for three days straight with no odor! That is fantastic. They hand was well, and dry mid day if washed in the morning. I plan on buying more in the future so I have at least a four pair rotation. I'm trying to be minimalistic with merino wool clothing. I've got rid of all the cotton boxers that I had. If you are on the fence, buy one like I did and you will feel the difference.
These are the best fitting and most comfortable underwear I've ever worn (63 years old). I was amazed at how good they felt on my skin, how well they fit and how they almost seem to disappear. It doesn't feel like I'm wearing anything yet everything stays in place. I was on the margin between M and S. I ordered the S thinking that if they relax a bit they will be right. So far, I think the S will be good. If not, when I stock up on these (this one pair was a trial run) I will bump it up to a M. Either way, this pair I'm wearing right now is good. Real Good!
I thought the marketing tagline was just that, but it's true. I really didn't even feel them once they were on. Really comfortable. I tried size M and L, and while both fit, the M was the better. They don't offer a huge amount of support, but they definitely do a better job at keeping things where they should than a pair of boxers.
One minor complaint: I wish there were a longer leg option.
Much like the travel blogger that inspired this product, I have searched far and wide for the perfect travel underwear. I had really hoped I had found it here. The material is wonderful - so soft, feels great against the skin, and dries quickly. But alas, it was not meant to be. The fit just did not work for me. I wear a 38 to 40 so I purchased the XL per the website. They offered very little in the way of support, and the legs were so loose at the end of they day, I had to make sure that I didn’t buy boxers by mistake (I didn’t). I can see that this could be a great product for someone who can find the right fit, but at 42 bucks a pop, I’m not willing to try again. And while the travel blogger’s search may have ended, mine continues (sigh).
These are great products. They're comfortable, fit well, and the legs don't rise up. The only thing preventing me from buying more (aside from the price) is the limited color choices and lack of patterns. I wish they had whimsical yet elegant prints (c.f. Saxx, Bunch of Animals, Good Luck Undies) and pastel colors (c.f. Blade & Blue). Let's face it: People who are willing to shell out $42 for a pair of box briefs are not merely looking for comfort; they're also looking for fun, style, and variety. But if you don't mind the boring colors, then you'd be perfectly happy with these.
Very comfortable. Pay attention to sizing.
Truly my favorite pair. Always excited when these are out of wash, and ready to wear!