Reddit Reddit reviews ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief, Black, Medium

We found 43 Reddit comments about ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief, Black, Medium. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief, Black, Medium
These breathable men's boxer briefs are great for traveling by plane, hiking, exploring cities, or any time comfort, freshness, and moisture wicking are your top concernsOdor reducing antimicrobial treatment keeps boxer briefs feeling fresher longerBreathable/wickable mesh improves airflow and keeps you dryWaistband stretches to fit and retains shape, improving durabilityQuick drying fabric is ready to wear within hours so you can wash, go, and pack less
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43 Reddit comments about ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief, Black, Medium:

u/I_Have_A_Girls_Name · 27 pointsr/HistoryPorn

Exofficio boxer briefs. Thank me later.

Every once in a while the price Come down to 14 a pair. Totally worth it though, they last forever and are so much more comfortable.

ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief,Black,Medium

u/Lee831 · 14 pointsr/malefashionadvice


They're often recommended on MFA and FMF. I just a bought a pair and they are a tad long on me but geez do they feel great.

u/edx74 · 14 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I bought a few pairs of Ex-Officio boxer briefs from REI for about $25/pair in 2006. I still have most of them and they are the most comfortable underwear I own. That comes out to roughly $.01 per day for underwear.

Amazon has them for sale, and depending on your size and color preference, you can get them for less than I paid.

u/gs0ns · 8 pointsr/travel

I recommend you consider the material of your underwear - I see you've got some UnderArmour compression shorts there. From my Euro trip, my friend brought the same stuff and the material is good for wicking away moisture, but it gets smelly real quick.

I brought a couple pairs of these and they were definitely worth the investment. You can wear them weeks at a time and they dry quickly after washing.

u/victorestupadre · 6 pointsr/exmormon

ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief, they actually are magical :)

u/doebedoe · 6 pointsr/bicycletouring

Cycling shorts are a must for me. Simply too comfy for long rides to say no to. I can't imagine much more comfortable out there -- perhaps try another pair? If its the look you're not into a lightweight nylon over them works well.

For off the bike or shorter days I'm a big fan of Exofficio boxer briefs. They're super comfy, not soggy, dry quickly, pack small and are very durable.

u/g0dspeed0ne · 6 pointsr/malefashionadvice

If i were in your position here are the things I would buy, I am going to go over budget, but I am going to include everything that (i think) you would need, in terms of clothes that would fit into a jansport:

2 pairs of Exofficio underwear, wait to buy them on sale for $15 or less, preferably 12. If you could spend more, buy merino wool instead.

A good pair of shorts. Something you can wear everyday, waterproof, breathable. I'd recommend these [Patagonia] ( shorts.

This hat. Good to keep the sun off your skin and sweat off your head.

A good pair of sandals. Chaco is a great brand and they will last you a long time.

Good pair of trail shoes. NB's Minimus trail line may or may not be what you need, but what I would recommend from what I know. ($100)

2 pairs of merino wool socks. Same reason as to the underwear. You can wear them more than one day at a time, quickly dry, and are antibacterial. Smartwool has great offerings.

2 pairs of merino wool shirts. Icebreaker is great and is a little bit less than smartwool. Get it in a lighter color like their grey.

These pants. They should be able to do everything that you would need them to do quite easily.

A good rain jacket. Something that can pack down easily and you can wear in colder temperatures and warmer ones for when you just need to deal with the rain. This seems like it would do the job great.

You should be able to get all of this stuff into that small jansport bag. Total cost should be around $675, but you could probably find some of the stuff for a little bit less and save some more money.

With your $250 I would get the underwear, socks, hat, shorts, and jacket.

Have fun on your trip!

u/Husher · 4 pointsr/OneY

This should be the top rated comment in this thread. I own 2 pair and LOVE them. While they are on sale at the link above, for the same price you can get them via amazon with free shipping w/prime.

u/TacoAficionado · 3 pointsr/backpacking

>4 under ware RA
>*all black maybe one more pair. Get some that'll dry fast

I can't recommend ExOfficio's underwear enough (men's, women's). They're rugged, durable, and dry quickly enough that I'm comfortable bringing as few as 2 pairs on 1-2 week trips. Wash them out, hang them to dry, they'll be ready to wear in less than an hour.

u/Damnyoureyes · 3 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Ah turns out it was an Amazon sale. Looks like they were down to $16 or so. Currently at ~$19 depending on size and color.

u/MProph · 3 pointsr/malelifestyle

These are boxer's we're talking about. Boxers in general aren't attractive.

Get the boxer briefs if you're concerned with how your underwear looks. The boxer briefs are fantastic, form fitting, comfortable and look great.

u/kcrunner · 3 pointsr/rawdenim

You won't be able to try them on but get these. If you're unsure just get one pair to start. My bet is you'll order more.

u/yoinkmasta107 · 2 pointsr/travel

> 4 pairs underwear

What kind of underwear are you bringing? If they aren't anything fancy and you have some extra cash to spend, I highly recommend these. The price can be a bit off-putting, but you can wash them in the sink and have them dried by morning meaning you could theoretically be fine with 2 pairs if you are sleeping in a hotel/hostel every night. I like them so much I wear them over any pair of cotton ones on a daily basis.

Also, ditch the umbrella and go with a poncho. It will be smaller, lighter and more versatile (doubles as a ground cloth or a makeshift rain shelter).

Make sure you have 1 set of extra batteries for the head lamp. When you have to switch them out, know that it is time to replenish your extra ones.

For the guide book, I would try to trim as much of the fat off that thing as possible if you know exactly where you are going. You can probably reduce the over all weight of that if you wanted to.

I see the money belt so you are a bit worried of being pickpocketed/robbed. I'd buy two or three shitty quality, second hand wallets and fill them up with 15-20 bucks (5's and 1's to make it seem like more money) and old membership cards and keep it in your pocket. That way, if you get held up, you can toss them the wallet. They think they have your real wallet and are more likely to leave without discovering your money belt.

Also, unless you know something I don't, there is no reason to bring your birth certificate. For your passport though, I would make copies of it and leave one at home with your parents (or someone who knows how to use a scanner and email) and keep one in your bag. Also, making a list of phone numbers and addresses of US embassies in every country you plan on passing through would be a good idea to have too.

u/parallax1 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Exofficio boxer brief

I own 8 pairs, they're all I wear FWIW.

Edit: I see you don't like the tightness of a boxer brief, but these have never felt very tight to me. Maybe if you have thunder thighs it would bother you, but otherwise they are fine.

u/jreckers · 2 pointsr/running

It does. I wear these + cheapo Marshall's running shorts and wear the underwear into the shower. I only own two pairs and run 3-5 days a week. Shampoo/Body wash works fine.

u/terminalninja · 2 pointsr/travel

Check out exofficio boxers, they're made of an anti microbial material and you can go almost a whole week without washing them, perfect for traveling light. Not to mention they are a thousand times more comfortable than anything I've worn.


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u/JasterMereel42 · 2 pointsr/snowboarding

I wear ExOfficio boxer briefs under my stuff when I'm riding. Secures my junk, very comfortable, and easy to wash in the sink. Actually, I wear these almost exclusively when traveling or doing any sort of exercise.

u/talllefty21 · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

Ex Officio is awesome. I get major swamp ass in the summer and these things are as good as of a solution as I've found. In addition to fighting swamp ass, they're the most comfortable boxers/boxer briefs I've ever worn. Closest thing I've found to going commando.

u/ryanmercer · 2 pointsr/latterdaysaints

I can't see garments yet but I'm hoping with every fiber of my being something like this exists (in the real world they are no where near as snug in the crotch as the picture would lead you to believe)

Because this is what I wear, it took me nearly 30 years to find underwear that was comfortable given my tree trunk thighs and I'm still wearing pairs I bought 5 years ago with only some pilling starting to happen (and the tags now being blank).

I'll keep on lifting in these regardless, I'll still be wearing these 5-6 days a week for many hours heh.

u/Corazon-DeLeon · 2 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

Anyone sales/discoubnts on these Under Armour boxer/briefs or ExOfficio?

u/FuckGrammar · 2 pointsr/hiking

I have two suggestions, first off the ExOfficio boxer are life saving the price makes no sense until you try them out and final see what good boxers are. You can normally get a pair of the regular ones on amazon for $15 I am guessing the the sport version grips your junk more.

Two I am planning on buying these pants next, [Prana Zion Stretch] ( they stretch really well but still look like pants. They feel amazing when you wear them and the crotch has airholes built in and everyone comments on their breath ability. I tried them on at rei and knew I had to own them immediately.

Edit: I would like to add that before i switched to ex officio I was first using regular hanes cotton then to champion polyester "head shedding" or something which were better but didn't cut it. I completely don't even think about using any powders or body glide anymore now that i have the exofficios.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I use exofficio for a few pairs, and if I had my way, they'd all be exofficio. Slowly building towards it as money permits.

u/launch201 · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

I don't know too much about that backpack, so I can't comment, but you should be able to pickup a pack in that price range if you're just getting started.


A lifestraw will work, but essencially you need to go source to mouth, so if you need water for anything but drinking (i.e. for cooking) I don't know if the lifestraw will be best. Sure you can suck in, spit out, but there is a better solution: the sawyer mini is about the same price point:


and that brings me to water for cooking. MREs are heavy, and while you won't be hiking far carrying that weight even for a short distance might not be the most fun (especially if you are saving money on your pack) - there a many commercially available freeze dried meals which are very light and you simply add boiling water to. Mountain house is the most common -

besides mountain house there is backpackers pantry (better IMO):

and finally if you want to try some of the best I recommend packit gourmet:


wool is good because it keeps it's insulation warmth when wet. wool can be expensive though. If the weather is going to be good I'd recommend a couple quick drying shirts (which are pretty affordable)

and be prepared to own the worlds best pair of underwear - buy two pair wear one, wash one in a river:


this is probably one of the first things that gets "over packed" what to you anticipate needing a tool for? On the hand saw if you will be collecting fire wood there is a very nice lightweight handsaw that is perfect for backpacking, the Sven Saw:


on cookware it all depends on what you'll be cooking. on a budget I'd recommend this cup:

and this stove:

with that you'll be able to boil water for your freeze dried meals, make ramen, and you can also make hot drinks like tea.

u/amanoftomorrow · 1 pointr/bigdickproblems

These are fucking awesome, couldn't recommend them more.

u/crapplegate · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

A week has gone by (almost) and per this thread I bought both:

Ex Officio Give and Go

calvin kline micro trunk

Ex Officio is awesome. I like the overall feel and how it wears.
The Calvin klines are okay, a little too short on my rugby thighs so they ride up. I do like their Cock Pouch though, real comfy.

u/slow_one · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

The Spirit of Detroit...
If you don't already have smart wool socks, buy a couple of pair now! It's the only way to go. They seem expensive but they keep your feet warm and dry faster than cotton.
Like these but in your size:
Also, if you can find some Ex-Officio underwear, these are great!
They're warm and they wash and dry over night while traveling!

u/kickstand · 1 pointr/travel

Somebody posted these on Reddit as being the best underwear, ever. The idea being, you can just wash them at night, hang to dry, and wear them again.

I am not totally convinced; I'd rather spend my small amount of evening time going over my photos than washing underwear. But I did buy two pair and I bring them on trips.

u/bentheredidthat · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I was gonna say, getting all merino wool stuff will not work if you're going to anyplace hot, as they don't breathe very well and cling when sweaty. I would highly recommend getting ExOfficio gear

u/smellybulldog · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Ive been getting theese ones by Xofficio Been using them exclusively for about 5 years... i add a few new ones to the rotation pile once and a while but Ive never had to throw any out... due to failure ¯_(ツ)_/¯

u/wolf762 · 1 pointr/crossfit

ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer Brief

These things are awesome, I have like 10 pairs of them.

u/ocnarfsemaj · 1 pointr/bicycletouring

These really help me with chafing. They're super comfortable, light, breathable, dry really quickly when washed. They're kind of expensive but if you're touring you could get away with only having a few pair.

u/DutchDustin · 1 pointr/minimalism

Wool and Prince shirts are merino wool and naturally odor resistant:

Just ordered two for myself to replace my other shirts.

Underwear - get ExOfficio boxer briefs:

I bought two pairs and they have replaced everything else. I wear one pair one day, and wash it in the shower at the end of the day and let it hang dry so I always have a fresh pair. They are super comfy too, and anti-bacterial.

u/grievous431 · 1 pointr/malefashionadvice

Along the same vein, I have found that wicking underwear is the best thing for dealing with the heat. Airism sells some boxer briefs and these from amazon are also really great

u/1FLU · 1 pointr/frugalmalefashion

These? They're pretty pricy..

u/BrokeAndBored · 1 pointr/EDC

I can only speak for myself, but I really like the Ex Officio give and go boxer briefs. I find the fit to be comfortable, with no awkwardly placed tags. As an added bonus, they resist odor and dry quickly. If you plan on buying a pair, go to amazon. They seem to go on sale in various colors there all the time.

However, I must say that I like the Buck Naked underwear by Duluth aswell. I find it to have all the qualities of the Ex Officio and then some. Plus, with the Buck Naked underwear, you get tons of options for style and fit.

You cannot go wrong with either of these. However, you might find something more your style and fit by Duluth.

u/leogodin217 · 0 pointsr/malelifestyle

Exofficio boxer briefs are fantastic. I walk on a treadmill when I work and I was getting a lot of chafing. These don't chafe. They breath, are comfortable and don't ride up like normal boxers. At the same time, they are not uncomfortably tight like other boxer briefs.

Amazon sometimes has sales. If you click on different colors, you will see the price is variable.

u/SplatterSack · 0 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

They regularly come up on sale on Amazon. Currently their as cheap as $14.50/pair (for Large) and have range of options.

(Feel free to remove the Smile link)

u/Dan000 · 0 pointsr/frugalmalefashion

I just wait for the exoficio to go on sale and pick them up for $13 a pair.