SAXX - Sports Mesh Boxer Briefs $15 USD
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SAXX is a well known brand for their BallPark Pouch. In fact, this pair of SAXX is the first pair I purchased with a pouch designed underwear. The BallPark Pouch is very supportive and is design for performance. How do these square off?
These SAXX sports mesh boxers were reviewed by Mike and he had a conservative color. I chose a color that is a little bit more shocking. Orange is a very shocking color for underwear but I do own a few pairs of shocking colors which actually creates some excitement. I do know that these will catch people’s eyes in the gym change rooms because of the shocking color but that may not be a bad thing for some of you guys. Most of the SAXX underwear that I’ve owned are very conservative they are black with some blue and some gray so this pair is something more unique. This pair also has a fly which all my other SAXX underwear do not. The mesh material also creates a pattern so it makes it a little bit more exciting. The waistband also has two tones, a black and a gray with sacks logo right in the middle. The stitching of the back of the waistband is just standard stitching nothing to cover the stitches. The inner pouch uses a light gray meshed material which most likely nobody will see except yourself.
SAXX did say that these are slim fit boxer briefs. So if you are at the ends of the sizes and you do not want to tight fit, you should size up. For me fortunately I fit at the lower end of the size so this is not a problem for me. I did notice that the inner pouch is a little bit tighter than the SAXX Vibe that I’ve reviewed before. Overall they do fit a bit slimmer and they keep everything together while working out. You’ll definitely need to try them on before buying a lot of them, because you don’t know if they fit well for you or not. I was doing some workout with these on, and I did notice that my package was kept together with the slimmer pouch design.
These sport mesh boxer briefs are made with 89% polyester and 11% elastane. They are cool to touch and fully meshed. Their fully meshed material allows sweat to wick away and allow air to flow. The seams like all SAXX underwear are flat and do not rub against your skin.
I bought on sale but not directly from SAXX. These are the first pair of SAXX underwear that I’ve owned that has a fly. Not to say that it’s important because I most likely will go over the gate but just want to experience the fly from this brand. Overall I’ve been very pleased with the SAXX collections and wanted to try something different. When I wore them there was really no difference between wearing these and wearing other collections. They fit well and my package fits in the pouch without needing to adjust. You still need to take in a bit to actually pull your penis out of the fly to use it. One benefit of the fly is an additional opening to allow more air to flow. Like all underwear there is a dual layer in the pouch area. The fly creates the dual layer but now with an opening.
The waistband is very standard and I wouldn’t say that it’s soft at all. I do think that there is room for improvement on the waistband.
The mesh material is great but I would say that the meshes are quite small. I think it still does what it’s supposed to do but if you compare it with the pump where the mesh holes are bigger it feels that more air can go through the boxers.
The rip away tag is on the left side of the boxer but after ripping it does leave some residue of the tag and stitching. I had no problems with the residue but it would be great if the rip away would actually rip everything off and not have this extra piece of tag with stitching still staying there. You could probably pull it out and hopefully not destroy the stitching on the seams.
The legs did roll up after a day’s wear, but it was not uncomfortable for me to complain about it. I do have a picture of how far the legs rolled up, so that you can take that as a reference. There is not a lot of underwear that I’ve tried that does not roll up at all. They all roll up a little and as long as it does not roll up to a point where I feel it uncomfortable – I don’t think it is a problem.
From the shocking colors and the dual color waistband, these aren’t bad boxer briefs. Unfortunately for Mike, this model did not work for him [ read his review ]. It could be because he does lie on the higher end of small and this medium may have worked out for him.