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[Amazon.ca] New Balance Mens Boxer Brief Performance 4-pack

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[Amazon.ca] New Balance Mens Boxer Brief Performance 4-pack

Looks like a pretty good deal. Works out to about $5 each. Prices vary from $19.83-24.97, depending on size. I bought 3 of them.
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Sorry I’m not buying underwear unless it’s the pre-soiled Lacoste ones from Dollarama
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puglife644 wrote: Sorry I’m not buying underwear unless it’s the pre-soiled Lacoste ones from Dollarama
Face With Tears Of JoyPre-soiled. Thanks for the solid laugh
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99% polyester its like puting a bag instead of underware
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puglife644 wrote: Sorry I’m not buying underwear unless it’s the pre-soiled Lacoste ones from Dollarama
Don’t forget to add the pre-soiled UA ones from Dollarama too Face With Tears Of Joy
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This deal for anyone who didn't get enough socks & underwear for Christmas I guess? :lol:
IonutC83582 wrote: 99% polyester its like puting a bag instead of underware
Yeah I never understood why "sport" socks and underwear are always so heavy on the polyester :rolleyes: They don't get as wet feeling if you sweat heavily but they also don't breathe the same. They make them so the construction is such that they breathe through the microscopic spaces in the fabric weave but it's just weird, esp. for daily wear. I don't mind the underwear so much mind you, but the socks...definitely hate high-polyester socks. They gotta be at least 75% cotton otherwise your feet just get sweaty all day, which leads to smelly feet and shoes. For an hr workout or something the high-polyester stuff is fine, take off shower, put new ones on; but for all-day/daily wear, polyester is not a good idea.
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ES_Revenge wrote: This deal for anyone who didn't get enough socks & underwear for Christmas I guess? :lol:


Yeah I never understood why "sport" socks and underwear are always so heavy on the polyester :rolleyes: They don't get as wet feeling if you sweat heavily but they also don't breathe the same. They make them so the construction is such that they breathe through the microscopic spaces in the fabric weave but it's just weird, esp. for daily wear. I don't mind the underwear so much mind you, but the socks...definitely hate high-polyester socks. They gotta be at least 75% cotton otherwise your feet just get sweaty all day, which leads to smelly feet and shoes. For an hr workout or something the high-polyester stuff is fine, take off shower, put new ones on; but for all-day/daily wear, polyester is not a good idea.
It’s because your boys stay together better in polyester. Cotton has too much give
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I find New Balance shoes are always wider, does that trend hold true for their undies?
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pongster wrote: It’s because your boys stay together better in polyester. Cotton has too much give
Yeah there's that too, it's more supportive. Probably should have mentioned that. Still though the net is the same--good for workouts over the short-term, not good for daily/extended wear. The socks though, polyester socks are just a nightmare lol.

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