DryFX men’s boxer briefs are made with Cool Fibre Technology, a revolutionary new yarn technology that contains minerals to help the fabric achieve a lower surface temperature. Your skin feels instantly cooler on contact and stays cooler during performance activities. This underwear features:
• Moisture wicking and UV protection to keep you dry and comfortable
• 2 comfort-engineered fabrics: ultra-light weight cooling jersey and a light weight cooling mesh
• Targeted cooling mesh inserts provide additional ventilation for ultimate comfort
• Fly front with mesh pouch for additional cooling and support
• Flatlock seams throughout for added comfort
• Microfibre waistband and elastic legbands for comfortable secure fit
Fabric content: Body- 87% nylon\13% spandex; Mesh trim- 94% nylon\ 6% spandex
Made in Canada.
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The bestThe best underwear period. I'm not sure what the other review is talking about, these are high quality from the fabric to the stitching. I wear these for ultra running (great support), to BJJ/wrestling/MMA, to my office job and I have not had a pair fail yet (I have 8 pairs). I tried the "Air" boxers and there is a quality difference, they don't support and feel cheap. These however, are excellent and well built. They may be a little thick if you are looking to have them dry over night but they compensate but being supportive. I've thrown out my other underwear and will only wear these. I am a customer for life.Reviewed by Geoff on 3/13/2019
Great Canadian product!Very comfortable to wear & the quality is excellent!Reviewed by Alowishus on 10/8/2018
Needs better stitching.I'll support Canadian made products any day, but do better diligence when you're stitching them. When I compared these to Chinese and Mexican made undergarments, such as Under Armour or Carhartt, truth be told the Chinese/Mexican made is much better. Those people have years of experience, most likely. There seams are cleaner and not fraying. Not just that, there choice of fabric and weaving is a bit much better. The Stanfield's started pilling around the private areas only after one season.Reviewed by justVU on 9/3/2018
There's a reason why you don't see a whole lot of Canadian made products. Look at Mountain Equipment Co-op; there in-house brand used to be made here in Canada, but people were complaining about there stitching.
Come on Stanfield's, you're good, but you could be better than good.