- Five pack of boxer briefs in tartan plaid each featuring ComfortFlex waistband and no-gap fly
- Woven cotton blend fabric in tartan plaid prints
- Tag-free for itch-free comfort
- Premium ComfortFlex waistband is soft and stretchable
- No gap fly and overall design to give you a relaxed, fit for all day comfort
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In addition, the comfort and stitching doesn't even feel consistent between the different boxers in the same pack.
Cheap, but you get what you pay for.
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The fabric is comfortable and the designs on the fabric are good.
My only criticism is that the elastic waistband is inferior and tends to 'roll down'!
Goodbye Hanes Men's 5 Pack Ultimate Tartan Boxers; you fit as expected and your fabric never gave out. Smash that "Helpful" button to pay your respects.
RIP in peace.
Then I found these online. Hanes ultimate boxers. Ordered in the same year with the same labels and in the same size and packaging. I thought I would get the same thing. But these are not the same. They are crap. Wafer thin, narrower waste, less stretchy, and overall just cheap crappy underwear.
And to be honest, I am not surprised. Hanes is always changing their products. Two years ago I bought some Comfortsoft t-shirts in black and grey. They fit great. This year I bought them again and they were much shorter and did not stay tucked. Same for their black socks. Even the “cushioned” bottom socks seem so thin. And with so many names - Ultimate, comfortblend, comfortsoft, premium, etc. There is just no consistency with their brand.
I do think I am done with Hanes for the time being. Socks, shirts, underwear - these really can’t be opened and tried on in the store. I am tired of playing underwear roulette each year and hoping I picked the right thing or being stuck with it. Fruit of the loom makes some “Premium” products that live up to the hype. Kirkland and Jockey are good brands too. Hanes needs to step up their game.
(NOTE: Fruit of the Loom boxers might be just as good as these for some men. They are too small in the thigh and too large in the butt for me. So I didn't bother checking them out thoroughly. If you have small thighs and a very large butt, you should check those out as well.)
These are very nice, well made boxers and are a steal if you can get them for less than $20 or so for a pack of five. They compare favorably with Old Navy boxers that cost between $5.00 and $8.50 each. But if you want 100% cotton (like the Old Navy ones), look for the Hanes Classics Woven boxers. If you're a skinny guy you may prefer the Old Navy boxers over these because they are tighter fitting around the butt. The nice thing about the Hanes Classics, though, is they are better at hiding your boys when lounging around the house in them.
Hanes also makes a knit version of this boxer. Knit boxers are usually more comfortable, but I've found these to be every bit as comfortable once they've been washed. I chose to stick with these because of the longer inseam that hides the boys much better, and also the nice plaid designs. I do appreciate the button fly on the knit boxers though. I wish these also had a button. But they are pretty good at not gapping, and are sufficiently modest if you're wearing a tee shirt or other top with them.
I would return these but I washed them in hopes that they would be a little more comfortable, and I can't find the original packaging. These boxers would be fine if they were stitched in a single line down the crack like all other boxers I've ever worn. These will become 'emergency' backups for when everything else is dirty but I certainly would NOT recommend anyone buying them.