Men's Wick Long Boxer Brief
Ultralight 150 Aerowool
Men's Wick Long Boxer Brief Details
- Next to Skin
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- 17.5 micron, ultrafine, Merino wool
- Ultralight 150gsm jersey knit fabric for hot weather
- Mesh vent panels to maximize ventilation
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology to exhaust moisture and maintain optimal core body temperature
- 10" inseam
- Boxer brief fit for comfort and support
- Jacquard waistband
- Fully functional fly
- Flatlock seams for next-to-skin comfort
- Machine wash, line dry
- Naturally UV absorbent to eliminate shine
How It's Built
- Material: Aerowool
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Material Weight: 150 Ultralight
- Weight: 4oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I would mow the grass in these bad boys if I knew I wouldn’t cause a traffic jam. Have done some scouting in the south East and they kept me Comfortable, no riding, no swamp “butt”, nothing. Years ahead of any other boxers. Don’t see much mention on the elastic band but that is top notch as well, it does not fold over and holds it shape. Doesn’t hurt that the ladies like them too. Will be ordering large next time tho.
Bought these a month or two back. have put close to a hundred hiking miles on them. Tough as nails for how light weight they are. They are so light and comfy you don’t even know they are there, and the waist band might as well be invisible. All an all great pair of underwear.
I'm amazed by the comfort of these undies climbing mountains in hot weather. I have tried various synthetic boxer-briefs made for hunting, but they all get stinky fast and do not wick sweat like Aerowool. This material is simply magical for keeping me dry and managing stink. Durability is a concern, as I am noticing some slight pilling in high rub areas after 4 days of hard wear, hopefully they will hold up for a few seasons.
I recently picked these up to see how they would function on a 3 day scouting trip for elk near the coast of SW Washington. Steep, wet, thick terrain. Fairly tough going. They were everything I could've hoped for and more. They stayed put through all sorts of climbing, squatting, crawling, etc. No climbing up or bunching at all and still supportive where they need to be. When I got hot and sweaty, I'm a sweater, they dried out really quick, almost surprisingly quick. My bits and pieces were cradeled in the cloth of the gods. Not to tight or loose. Perfect. They didn't sag towards the top inside crotch area as many underwear do, so no chaffing. At the end of 3 hard sweaty days there was little to no aromatics filling the air. Merino wool is amazing stuff. All in all these are the best boxer briefs I've ever put on. Hunting or everyday. I'm buying more so I can wear these everyday from now on. They're definitely more expensive, and I never thought I'd buy underwear that costs this much, but they're worth it and so are you. The wife also stated that they accentuate certain things, so that's a bonus. Goodbye hanes and fruit of the loom hello First Lite.
I am both a backcountry hunter and a wildland fire fighter. Those long days in the hot sun chasing after a bull or cutting hot line around a fire you dont want boxers that are going to ride up on you, make you sweat and make your man hood unhappy. The wick boxer is the perfect boxer. Tight fitting enough to stay down when on your legs when you are doing alot of up and down movement or if you have chaps on. Light and breathable as hell. Wear them for days and still be comfy and fairly sentless.