I have been wearing these and they feel amazing and really you don't feel them riding up or disrupting any of your business south of the border. With the heatwaves hitting the Northeast consecutively, there isn't much you can do about the sweat but these, by far, outperform the other boxer briefs that I have worn while exercising or during physical labor. I can't say anything yet for long-term durability but I think it's quality that is worth the comfort.
I took the leap from the traditional cotton underwear to David Archy bamboo underwear. My thought...will they feel different, fit different? They do. They are the most comfortable underwear I've worn that really do keep me cooler in the places that count.
Recently, I discovered premium mens' underwear. I had always purchased Champion brand boxer briefs from Costco, and that did me fine. Awhile ago, I began trying some of the various premium brand including Mack Weldon, and others. I was very happy with these boxer briefs, but the price just killed me. These were $15-$30 per pair of underwear. There is no way they should cost that much. Later, my son gave me some Me Undies brand boxer briefs as a Father's Day present. I LOVED these boxer briefs, but they too were $20+ each.
I found these David Archy boxer briefs on Amazon. They appear to be made of the same (or very similar) material to the Me Undies micromodal boxer briefs....and at about 1/3 the price. That's all it took for me. They are comfortable, they breathe well and the waist band doesn't roll. They are a great fit, and I would recommend them to any man who wants to move up from bargain box underwear to something more comfortable and premium.
These things are seriously comfy. And they're truly breathable. Not "breathable" like the polyester/dri-fit BS that we've been fed by marketers since the days of tricot mesh. Whereas previous wonder fabrics excelled in nothing but itchiness, negating any "wicking" claims made on the label, the bamboo goodness in these David Archy undies is absolutely transparent to moisture and odor, allowing both of these unwelcome guests to exit your inner sanctum toot sweet. If you've ever tried inferior "silky"-type undies, only to be disappointed by the sweatiness of the crap-ass plastic weave binding your boys, then please give these David Archys a try. They are as cool, comfortable, and soft as advertised--and surprising sturdy, too.
Briefs fit great. The length is about mid thigh almost a little higher. They don't bunch up or roll up on my legs at all. Extremely light breathable material that I almost forget I'm wearing. The package pouch isn't anything bulky like a jock strap which I was worried it would be. I was wearing Hanes X Temp briefs before and they feel like sand paper compared to these.
These trunks are great. It's my third set of David Archy undies (the other 2 were briefs). And all I can tell you is that you MUST try undies made from bamboo. They are so soft and oh so comfortable. And reasonably priced, to boot. C'mon gents, dive into a pair of these N O W !