Everyday Boxers w Fly
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Everyday Boxers w Fly

$34.99
They're all about comfort: part of our Everyday collection of thermal underwear, these boxers are made from 200gm-weight fabric for year-round use.
Size Guide
  • Weight:  200 Lightweight
  • Fabric:  100% merino wool
  • Fit:  Slim
  • Layer:  Base Layers
  • Best for:   Outdoor & Hiking
  • Benefits:  Lightweight, naturally odor-resistant, breathable
  • Features:  Anti-chafe flatlock stitching; Gusset for ease of motion
  • Style:  101260
Care
Machine wash. Dries fast in the shade, but do not tumble dry. Exact instructions on the care label.

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Everyday Boxers w Fly 3.9 5 7 7
200 weight boxers The weight is fine. I was concerned that the 200 would be too heavy, compared to the old 150. These are great! July 5, 2014
Flawless 200gm-weight fabric is perfect for underwear, as the lighter weight (~150gm) fabric tends to rip and not last as long. I have the previous version of these and they've held up quite well over the the past few years and expect these to be the same. Fit is somewhat tighter than the photo makes it seem, they are *not* baggy. Inseam length is 3.25 inches which is short enough so they don't feel like wearing larger boxers, but long enough that they don't turn into de-facto briefs after a day of wearing them. Highly recommended. January 13, 2014
Comfort While Working It gets hot here in the summer. You work up a good sweat working in the yard then take a break contemplating why the same bloody robin has to take 23 baths a day knocking all the water out of the bird bath so that no one else has any. And people think blue jays are rude. Anyway, the sweat has cooled and normally you'd be chilled and clammy, you know, "down there." But not with Icebreaker! Your underwear is the same temperature as your body. It's like another layer of skin. Sweet! September 5, 2013
Great boxer Once you wear these boxers you will never go back to anything else. I wear them everywhere and they're good for any activity. The couple issues i have are the price, the extra overhead of washing them, and how long they last. They're much more expensive than any other boxer, but still worth it in my opinion. When washing you can't put them in the dryer which is always a pain. Finally, they will wear out after about 1-1.5 years. The wool gets thin and they eventually start falling apart. August 7, 2013
Very nice, but I like the older model better I wear these just as everyday / casual cold weather underwear. Very comfortable. Warm. So far durable. Older model 2+ years old. The older model does not have side seams on the outside of thigh, while not a major gripe is a small step backward in my opinion. Also the fly opening on the newer model has less material to cover my groin, and parts a little bit when worn, so that there is less material for coverage. Both models could use a smaller in height waistband as they tend to roll over in use. And the inside seam on the inner thigh could be flatlock stitched as well, but that is just a small detail. Overall I would definitely recommend these to friends, but with the caveat about the items above. Also loved the ease with which the tag was removed, nice idea on the perforation. December 16, 2013
More boxer, less brief These briefs do not provide the support that the discontinued sport brief provided. I'm a little disapointed. March 21, 2014
NOT comfortable - in my opinion Crotch is too high, elastic doesn't hold them "square" with your body, so you end up with a sideways wedgie and, eh hem, some discomfort in the front too. September 4, 2013
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