DAY SHIFT BOXER BRIEF - BURGUNDY/GREY STRIPES $30 USD
  • Comfort
  • Materials
  • Pouch
  • Cooling
  • Fit
3.9

Summary

As all views we provide, if you own this piece of wear, please provide your overall rating below.  If you have any questions/comments, please provide below. If you are interested in providing your review on wear you own, you can send your review with photos to teams@wearview.com. Please join our social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest) for the latest reviews on wear.

 

With 2UNDR you can feel it right away, pure heavenly softness. The familiar texture and breathability of cotton combined with the silkiness of bamboo and the stretchiness of elastane make the Day Shift perfect for the everyday hustle. Paradise in your pants.

 

Style:

They offer 5 solid colors and 5 patterns for the day shift collection by 2UNDR. The styling of these Day Shift aren’t that much different from other 2UNDR collection. Today we are reviewing the burgundy/grey stripes version of this pair of boxer briefs. The waistband comes with the 2UNDR logo across and is nice with the burgundy and grey combination. The Joey pouch tab is consistent with the boxer briefs and a way to tell you that there is something inside. The fly area does show the contrast grey mesh fabric to add some complexity to the trunks. They also added the fabric to cover up the connection stitch on the waistband at the back to round up the design. Overall, the burgundy/grey design is a bit conservative combination. I do feel that the Day Shift collection does not have different patterns to make them more youthful.

One thing I would like to make note of is the packaging of the underwear. 2UNDR has designed the boxes to match the color and pattern of the underwear. You can see the box has some parts of orange to tell you that this pair is orange. I really like how they did this and it shows the attention of detail.

 

Fit:

Fitted. The Day Shift collection seems to only come in Boxer Brief length (6″). The Joey pouch is very similar to other pouch underwear like BN3TH Classic Boxer and the NU Athletic pouch.

 

Construction:

2UNDR uses a flatlock stitching and construction seams that are purposely placed to avoid potential rub zones for a seamless look and feel. The 35mm waistband uses the highest quality yarn which is roll-resistant and is made with 52% Nylon, 34% Polyester and 14% Spandex The Joey Pouch uses a mesh fabric is actually a thermal reduction fabric that features a hydrophobic membrane that quickly disperses sweat. They have used a combination of 65% Bamboo, 30% Cotton and 5% Elastane.

 

Our Views:

This pair of 2UNDR is part of the Day Shift Collection which uses a combination of bamboo, cotton and elastane.  The combination of fabric is commonly found in other brands of underwear.  The fabric does give you the cool to touch feel and has provides the stretch needed for the varies sizes of men.  The Joey Pouch is constructed to support your boys. The pouch does elevate your package a little and separates from your thighs to ensure there is no unwanted contact.

The legs did roll up a little, but as many did not cause any discomfort.  A little adjustments after going to the washroom is enough to keep you feeling great all day.

The cool feeling of the fabric is welcoming when you put them on. As with the pouch, I did not feel much of the lifting of my sack too much which is good. It just feels very natural and nothing too over to make you uncomfortable. I did hear some feel back from others saying that their sacks don’t hang low and that is why they don’t have any lift. I would say that if you do have hanging sacks, then the pouch will assist and if your sack doesn’t hang low then you may not see the benefit of the sack support. My sack doesn’t hang, so maybe that is why I did not feel the lift.

I wore these on a hot summer day and when outside to cut the grass.  I was sweating buckets after cutting the grass and I did feel that the boxers were a bit wet too.  One important note was that my package was still well supported and not sticking with my thighs.  The boxer briefs were wet and I didn’t feel uncomfortable, but like many underwear, they do stick a little to your skin.  It’s important to note that they dried quickly and the stick to skin feeling didn’t last long.

Overall, I’m pleased with this pair of day shift boxer briefs.  They are designed for the everyday man.  I’ll say that these are not designed for the active man who sweats after a workout.  2UNDR do have another collection for those cases.  For everyday activities, the day shift collection will do it’s job well.

 

Washing instructions:

Always wash your whites and darks separately, wash with cold to warm water, not hot. Machine wash on the delicate cycle.
Drying:

2UNDR says the best is to air dry in the shade. If you are in a rush, I’ll suggest going out and buying a few more pairs :). Seriously, tumble dry on the cool to warm fluffing cycle and remove immediately after.

Some comment mistakes in washing premium underwear (copied from 2UNDR site):

  • HIGH HEAT: Baking (literally) your underwear at super high temperatures causes the elastic and fabric to degrade at a much faster rate
  • DIRECT SUNLIGHT: Sunlight, as good as it is, is a major contributing factor to colors fading and to the degradation of the elastic and fabric
  • FABRIC SOFTENER & BLEACH: While these were great on your old tighty-whities, modern materials and fabrics do not need them to maintain that silky smooth feel
  • OVERAGGRESSIVE WASHING: Your time is valuable, we get that. But tossing your delicates (yes, we used that word) in with your jeans, towels and other rough fabrics can reduce the lifespan of your underwear. And washing on too harsh of a wash cycle can cause lint pills to develop.

 

Verdict:

Will I buy again? Maybe.  At the same price, I may just buy the Swingshift collection instead.

 

Members only photos (including uncensored views): 


You must be a member to view this content. Being a member is free.
LOGIN or Register

Videos:


 

Related Reviews

Sending
User Review
4 (1 vote)
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x