PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs

PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs

PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs

PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I have been on a new underwear journey because of the prices of the "good ones" now. I am 5'5" 150lbs, athletic build, with ~22" thighs and a butt. I ordered small.Hanes Short Leg Boxer Briefs: I use these for when I don't have any more underwear, or when I don't want to wear a fashion pair. These are solid for being cotton, however for thick thighs the bands are somewhat tight, but they stay in place and are comfortable.Under Armour: used to be the best, but I cannot justify those digits for a pair of underwear.Equipo Trunks: Outstanding material and quality, unfortunately for my thighs that grow outward, they get pushed up and kind of just dig into the creases of my V.Adidas Climalite Stretch/Athletic boxer briefs: These were my go to, I have 6 pairs, how ever their price has slowly gone up, stores don't have a wide selection, and the stitching has become questionable.David Archy Trunks: The style and quality are top notch, unfortunately I could not walk 3 steps without them riding up on me.My problems before I bought these boxer briefs:1. Constant riding up when I would sit down or squat - Fixed2. Boxer brief that would keep me comfortable in both cool/warm climates - Fixed3. Boxer brief that would adapt to wide thighs without feeling constricted - Fixed4. Functionality and quality while maintaining a presence of fashion - Fixed5. Maintaining shape and compression throughout the day - Fixed6. Holding my junk in place without suffocating my balls. - FixedI won't lie. I bought these because they were inexpensive compared to other brands, and you guys gave them a high rating. I now see why. Only gripe I have is the loud orange 'Puma' written on the band. I'd love if they went quiet and sleek with a solid band and the actual animal logo. Overall these are the best boxer briefs I've ever bought. They have a good solid feel, they are more thick than thin/ flimsy. As far as length goes they stop right below the inner mounds which is perfect. They made these for me. I'm impressed. I mean Puma? I didn't even know they made underwear.Long review, sorry. For the dudes who take their underwear seriously, read up. For those who don't, they're awesome and I'd recommend these.ranking top7,max 47% off,indianapolis mallPUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs
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PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs

  • 85% Polyester, 15% Spandex
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Supportive fit with added stretch
  • Soft brushed waistband for added comfort
  • Stay put design to prevent riding up
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PUMA has established a reputation for a durable and comfort boxer brief. Finished with moisture wicking fabric and a comfort waistband, this is an item you will reach for every morning.

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PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs

PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs

PUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I have been on a new underwear journey because of the prices of the "good ones" now. I am 5'5" 150lbs, athletic build, with ~22" thighs and a butt. I ordered small.Hanes Short Leg Boxer Briefs: I use these for when I don't have any more underwear, or when I don't want to wear a fashion pair. These are solid for being cotton, however for thick thighs the bands are somewhat tight, but they stay in place and are comfortable.Under Armour: used to be the best, but I cannot justify those digits for a pair of underwear.Equipo Trunks: Outstanding material and quality, unfortunately for my thighs that grow outward, they get pushed up and kind of just dig into the creases of my V.Adidas Climalite Stretch/Athletic boxer briefs: These were my go to, I have 6 pairs, how ever their price has slowly gone up, stores don't have a wide selection, and the stitching has become questionable.David Archy Trunks: The style and quality are top notch, unfortunately I could not walk 3 steps without them riding up on me.My problems before I bought these boxer briefs:1. Constant riding up when I would sit down or squat - Fixed2. Boxer brief that would keep me comfortable in both cool/warm climates - Fixed3. Boxer brief that would adapt to wide thighs without feeling constricted - Fixed4. Functionality and quality while maintaining a presence of fashion - Fixed5. Maintaining shape and compression throughout the day - Fixed6. Holding my junk in place without suffocating my balls. - FixedI won't lie. I bought these because they were inexpensive compared to other brands, and you guys gave them a high rating. I now see why. Only gripe I have is the loud orange 'Puma' written on the band. I'd love if they went quiet and sleek with a solid band and the actual animal logo. Overall these are the best boxer briefs I've ever bought. They have a good solid feel, they are more thick than thin/ flimsy. As far as length goes they stop right below the inner mounds which is perfect. They made these for me. I'm impressed. I mean Puma? I didn't even know they made underwear.Long review, sorry. For the dudes who take their underwear seriously, read up. For those who don't, they're awesome and I'd recommend these.ranking top7,max 47% off,indianapolis mallPUMA Men's 3 Pack Performance Boxer Briefs