Men's Wick Short Boxer Brief
Ultralight 150 Aerowool
Men's Wick Short Boxer Brief Details
- Next to Skin
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology
- Exhausts moisture and maintains core body temperature
- Traps odors (human signature) and releases them when laundered
- 17.5 micron, ultrafine, Merino wool
- Ultralight 150gsm jersey knit fabric for hot weather
- Mesh vent panels to maximize ventilation
- 4" 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: 3oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
These are best underwear I've ever owned, and I've tried many different kinds. The fit is perfect...not too tight and not too loose. They provide great temperature regulation...not too hot and not too cold. And they don't stick to your cheeks, or elsewhere, when it's super hot.
Bought these for my husband and he loves them. Went scouting and it was a 96 degree hike and these totally soaked up the sweat and kept him dry. Will definitely be buying more!
I had high hopes, but the only thing high was these briefs riding up my Ass. Everything felt good up front, but even after spending $40, I’m not wearing these again. Not sure I’d jump to buy more first light grease if they can’t get underwear right.
Fast shipping and easy website though.
I got these to test out and that’s as far as it went for me. They tended to ride up and bunch which wasn’t for me.
This merino underwear helps with odor so that I can go an extra day or two without having to sacrifice a pair to the dirty clothes hamper. Huge fan of FirstLite and all they stand for.
I purchased these for an early archery hunt in September with high 80’s for temps. I didn’t realized that they would be so short but in the end they worked very well. They are extremely light weight and whisk moisture extremely well. I put over 60 miles in 5 days and enjoyed they did not ride up and the waist band stayed put. Those 2 reasons are the down fall of all my other briefs. Cost for me was expensive but worth it for my hunt. I will keep these and definitely explore more firstlite clothing after this initial purchase.
Never worn wool briefs before. Super Nice and comfy! Fit is good. Haven't worn them long, so can't vouch for their longevity, but my initial impression is that they're like the cadillac of briefs. If these hold up I'm converted....
Very comfortable. great for moving around and getting sweaty
Fantastic. I will never go back to cotton or synthetic boxers. I give a slight edge to the longer version of these as there can be a little riding up on the legs. Not enough of an issue to not recommend 100%. Trust me... you will love 'em.
Merino wool underwear gets a lot of hype for not retaining smell when not washed. I was originally going to get SmartWool briefs, but the reviews weren't that favorable considering how much they cost so I decided to go with FirstLite since I like the quality of their QuarterZip and old Kanab pants I have.
I had a weeklong motorcycle camping trip and I decided this was the best time put the briefs through a solid field test. I wore these for 6 days straight while riding the motorcycle, hiking, hanging out in town, etc, and they did not disappoint. I only took them off at night to sleep so they can air dry and by the end of the 6th day they did not stink nor have any unfavorable smell. I was truly impressed, so much so that I bought a second pair to alternate each day and that's all I'll be using from now on when I want to pack light and go on long trips. If you're a multi-day back country hunter, then 2 pairs of these briefs is all you need.
I'm 5'9, 34 waist, about 170 lbs, average build and the medium size fit perfect. Now you're probably wondering about the wedgie issue as other reviewers have mentioned and I was worried about that too. I did experience that only a *few* times in the 6 days I wore them and 98% of the time they did not ride up even when I went on a 3 hour hike. Honestly, the only way you'll know if this will be an issue for you is by biting the bullet and buying a pair like I did and then putting them through a solid field test replicating the kind of use you expect to have in them.
I was originally going to go with SmartWool briefs since they're a popular name with backpackers but I'm glad I went with FirstLite instead. Many people complain about the fragility of SmartWool and after running the FirstLite briefs through the wash following the care instructions of cold water and low heat dry, I can say that these are well built and should last a long time.
All I can say is buy them and try it.