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Most Comfortable Boxers 2021

Most Comfortable Boxers 2021

When it comes to underwear, you need something both comfortable and durable. We committed to ditching the ordinary and finding the most comfortable boxers possible. 

Even though you can choose not to wear underwear, there are more benefits to wearing them than the alternative. There are several benefits to wearing underwear that you may not be aware of. 

Hygiene is a big reason to invest in the best men’s underwear out there. Throughout the day, your sensitive private parts could be exposed to anything they come in close contact with. If you are going commando, chances are you experience some chafing and unpleasant feelings sans your boxers, briefs, or trunks. 

In addition, a moist environment is a breeding ground for bacteria. You need a classic pair of men’s underwear to wick away moisture and resist any odors that might get trapped in your clothing.  

What Styles of Boxers Are the Most Comfortable?

Maybe you have never tried other styles of underwear, and it’s up to us to keep you informed. 

The best underwear has a comfortable waistband. The bunching of fabric at your thighs or elsewhere shouldn’t exist, and you ultimately want your underwear to feel like a second skin. Here is a guide to classic undies and what you need to know about them. 

Boxer Briefs

An elastic waistband is essential. This allows for just the right amount of give without your underwear feeling too tight or too loose. 

Boxer briefs are known to be a more fitted style. Ideally, the front has an open fly. 

Classic Boxers

Boxers have a looser fit and an open fly that allows for more breathing room. 

If classic boxers are your thing, you still want to make sure you have a blend of organic cotton and bamboo viscose to eliminate moisture, keep odor at bay, and for the softest blend of fabric. It’s hard to imagine a classic getting better than your standard cotton boxers, but we assure you it gets better! 


Sprinkle in a little brief and a little boxer gives you men’s trunk style underwear. With plenty of room in all of the right places, you still have a more snug brief style fit than a classic boxer. 

When Can I Wear My Boxers?

Wearing your best boxers should be a lifestyle, and well-fitting underclothes are the first step to a well-put-together outfit. 


Your commute should include being prepared for anything. You wouldn’t want to be caught stuck on a train or traveling without a clean pair of your best boxers. While commuting, you probably have a trusty backpack and all your essentials. The next time you pack your bag,  make sure you have a clean change of your best boxers. 

Working Out

During your workout, it's essential to regulate your body temperature. Your sensitive areas matter too and are the most vulnerable to unwanted chafing and rashes. Your boxers are responsible for keeping everything supported and helping wick away extra sweat and moisture. 


Your underwear should be your first line of defense, your base layer. With the right underwear selection, you’ll forget they are even there. When you’re out adventuring, you want to be sure to dress in layers and are ready for any climate, and it all starts with your drawers. 

What Features Should My Boxers Have?

Features like fabric, pouch design, and overall comfort matter when it comes to great boxers. You may feel that any old undergarments will do, but you might be in for some inconveniences with that mentality. Here are some things to look for to get it right when selecting your new boxers. 

Moisture-Wicking Properties

The last place you want to feel moisture is in your nether regions. You want boxers that can wick away moisture and sweat, so you feel fresh during your most strenuous activities. 

Trapping sweat inside your clothes is not something you want. With a fabric blend that includes organic cotton and bamboo, you don’t have to worry about that. It wicks away moisture naturally.


You know what's worse than being the stinky kid? Being a stinky adult. When you were a kid, at least you had the excuse that you didn’t really know better. As an adult, you have full control over the level of odor surrounding your person. 

The only scent that you want to be remembered for is your signature cologne. Anti-odor fabric is the way to go when selecting your boxers. You don’t want to roll the dice on fabric that actually traps the odor you want to be eliminated and keeps it around.

Breathable, Lightweight, Comfortable Fabric

Lightweight material and breathability go hand in hand. You don’t want a pair of heavy underwear adding bulk to your pants. Nor do you want to deal with fabric that can’t naturally help you regulate the temperature in all the right places. 

There is no way you would invest in a product you found uncomfortable. We seek comfort in even the most simple items, whether it’s how your earbuds fit in the curve of your ear or how your watch band fits on your wrist.

Your underwear deserves the same attention to detail. Choosing quality over quantity is imperative. A quality pair of underwear equals longevity and checking all the right boxes. 

Sustainable Material

We have a responsibility to make sure we are purchasing products that cause the least amount of harm to the environment possible. With organic cotton and bamboo viscose blend, you can rest assured that you are doing your part to reduce the chemicals required to create other fabric blends. 


The boxers/briefs/trunk discussion is similar to skinny jeans/mom jeans/bootcut conversation. Ultimately it is up to you to decide which fit works best for you. Maybe you want to incorporate a variety of different styles to fit your mood or occasion. 

We won’t judge you on which style you prefer, but we might judge a little if you pull a dusty old pair of underwear out of your dresser drawers without regard to all the benefits we just mentioned. There’s never been a better time to update that top drawer with new underwear, briefs, and boxers from Tasc Performance. 


Why Should You Wear Underwear? | New Health Advisor

Why is good hygiene so important?| Hygiene for Health

Sweating and body odor | Mayo Clinic

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