- 55% Cotton, 45% Polyester
- Fuller cut for a better fit
- Plush-backed waistband is soft against skin
- Color and pattern will vary
- Machine Wash Warm. Tumble Dry Low.
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If you are a woman looking for some as outerwear, look again, not suitable unless you want to let the world see if you have a Brazil, Bikini, or Natural. Not completely see through, but not totally opaque either.
UPDATE ON 12-5-2012 OKAY- really are too thin. Plus shape is weird - pokes out at front for some reason. Does not feel better after a few washings, just feels like time to throw away. have reduced from 3 stars to 1 star and really should be less. Have already thrown away and will not ever reorder this stuff again.
Depending on what you like; no problems
for me. Well made, will buy again.
a good thing.
I've used these Fruit of the Loom boxers for years. The thing I like
about them best:
- the cotton/polyester material, doesn't get hot like knit boxers,
- thin/light material, doesn't feel heavy or thick, I've worn knit
boxers and other boxers made from thicker cloth, and they all
"weighed me down" so to speak, these feel very comfortable;
contrary to what other people say, they don't rip or get holes in
them until about 2 years in; I do have some that have rips, but
they are a small minority (I think I have like a dozen of these)
and they only come after about 2 years of use; like contact
lenses, once they are on, you never feel like you are wearing them
- the elastic band is just right, never had a problem with them,
I've had other boxers be too tight and leave a red mark/welt
around my waist
- they are fairly cheap, unless you are an underwear model, I'm not
sure why anyone would buy designer boxers ($10-$30 a pair), since
not too many people will see them