I'm still loving my new drawers. I have skinny legs, and these Jockey's stay snug and don't creep up and gather in the crotch like cotton boxer briefs always did. I'm 6' 1" and have a 35ish inch waist. 34 too tight, 36, a bit loose or just right with my pants. I got the large 36-38 size and they fit me perfectly. I would not want these any smaller. The stretchiness of these is absolutely perfect. Waistband elastic is right on, too. They have several styles, not just these boxer briefs.So most of my underwear is going on a decade old from what i bought at basic (boxers) with a few generic hanes tossed in. My ass is starting to eat it regularly.
Haven't worn boxer briefs regularly in a few years.
Also, I'm between sizes on these.
That there is a whole nuther kind of deep pockets you got there Fletch!I just bought this one for my friend out in Illinois... This is 20 years since I met him and hunting his place... Nicest guy you'd wanna meet.... Got him the satin blade....
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Have this in yellow, love it. Also really like their trapper slimline and copperlock. Enjoy! Agreed with giles, I keep a layer of olive oil on mine for cutting food for the kids.Picked up a new daily carry knife at Smoky Mountain Knife Works when we were in TN back in June. I spent an hour looking for an American made knife that wasn't ridiculously priced and this Texas Toothpick was the winner. Under $75 and sharp. It's small and light, so it's a great 5th pocket knife.
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