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  • gentlemens undercrackers
  • dumbbot
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    I’ve been happily sporting these garments for a few years, and was about to buy some more…but according to the latest reviews the quality has waned, and worst of all they’ve stuck big ol’ itchy labels on the arse of them..where none existed before 😥

    http://www.underarmour.co.uk/en-gb/mens-ua-original-series-15cm-boxerjock/1277238.html#pdp-reviews

    These kind of hit the sweet spot in terms of cost(£15), performance(wicking) and just feeling nice on the skin, not ball crushingly tight.

    Anyone got some other recommendations, for daily use, sports etc? It a blooming nuisance when you find something you like, and then they go and change it.

    isitafox
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    I wear those and bought 3 pairs recently. The quality is still great and whilst they do come with a massive label they’re designed to tear out which they do perfectly well!

    LeeW
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    Waxx are superb, those or Happysocks.

    Markie
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    Howies Tucker for me – £12 for one or £63 for seven. So, good on cost, feel really nice. Wick well enough, I reckon, but perhaps not as good as the UAs?. I like them.

    drlex
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    Got a tk maxx nearby? Pringle or Duchamp – twin or triple pack around £12/£16.

    Premier Icon simmy
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    I get mine from Next as they come with instructions for the ladies 8)

    Premier Icon cloudnine
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    BAM bamboo pants.. Comfy as

    Ex Officio for travel
    John Lewis for every day
    Sunspel for high days and holidays.

    wrecker
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    Bjorn Borg. Yes I wear Y fronts and i don’t care.

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    Eminess, innit

    jonba
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    PMK2060
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    Tesco briefs. Cheap and more comfortable than boxers.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Calvin Klien.

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    For every day use I just wear Next boxers. But they’re cotton so not great for exercise.

    For running, football and generally anything sport related I wear these, £5 at Decathlon, do a right job.

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    Runderwear are my favourite, no seams or labels to irritate – can get them on Amazon

    wilburt
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    could not wear skiddies with under armour written on them.

    CraigW
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    For running etc, I like these from More Mile: http://moremile.co.uk/accessories/essentials/underwear/more-mile-proformance-seamless-boxer-mm1355.html
    Cheap enough, wicking and comfy for me.

    I also have some cheap ones from Decathlon, but I found the seams rubbed a bit.

    olddog
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    Nike combat – lightest type – for general exercise. Cut out the labels though. Not for everyday use though.

    Edit seen to be called Nike pro now

    701arvn
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    Commando

    Two years now and never going back

    Premier Icon slowoldman
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    M&S

    Ck trunks. The pro versions with extra lycra are awesomez.

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    simmy – Member
    I get mine from Next as they come with instructions for the ladies

    You’ll find that most clothing items have washing instructions on the label.

    Thought I’d give how’s a try. There seems to be some sort of circular argument set up so you can’t find a size guide. Gave up in the end.

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    For me, the ultimate under crackers are the Under amour boxerjocks. Less expensive on eBay but well worth the money.
    Non sweaty, comfy and dry quickly if you’re traveling. My balls were very comfy during a 3 week tour of Cuba in April, supported by these.

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    @dknwhy- genuine 😆

    Premier Icon scaredypants
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    I get mine from Next as they come with instructions for the ladies

    You’ll find that most clothing items have washing instructions on the label

    [/quote]I think this may be what you’re after

    Premier Icon cheers_drive
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    I’m a sweaty bstard so microfibre shorts work well for me. Also hate low rise and short leg styles.
    CK microfibre are the best I have tried in terms of fit, look, and quality, trouble is you can only get them in the US. Underarmour are second best. Uniqlo Airism are a good price and fit but are very thin.

    TheBrick
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    15 quid on pants! I’ve seen it all now.
    Money > sense.

    Premier Icon jimdubleyou
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    15 quid on pants! I’ve seen it all now.
    Money > sense.

    They are available at a significant discount (in Costco occasionally)

    Also:

    No chafed balls = Priceless

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