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Munsingwear Big Man Boxer Brief MW07X
Munsingwear MW07X Big Man Boxer BriefSale $12.00Reviews Munsingwear MW07X reviewsBig Man Sizes up to XXXL
Patagonia Silkweight Boxer Briefs 32475
Patagonia 32475 Silkweight Boxer Briefs$32.00Select colors/sizes on sale

All fly-fronts are not created equal. There are multiple fly designs for big and tall boxer briefs, and each one has its own benefits. A standard fly front is the fly-front you've been using your whole life. It typically has a right-side fly opening and is designed to lie flat, but not all traditional fly fronts are the same. A contour seam is a recent men's big and tall underwear innovation that adds support and increases comfort. There are some big and tall underwear manufacturers that have completely reinvented the fly-front. Munsingwear, one of America's oldest mens underwear producers, makes their big and tall boxer briefs with their patented kangaroo pouch fly-front. The fly opening on this boxer brief is horizontal- making it easy for any big and tall male, whether they're a righty or a lefty, to use the flyfront on this boxer brief. There are many men's brands that make big and tall boxer briefs with fly-fronts. Under Armour, Calvin Klein, Fruit of the Loom, and Dockers all make quality men's big and tall boxer brief underwear with a traditional, standard fly-front. Zimmerli, the maker of the world's finest underwear, makes boxer briefs for big and tall men with a standard fly-front, but they've tweaked the fly design. The Zimmerli fly has a longer opening for easier access and runs more vertically than your average fly front. Big and Tall used to be a difficult category because there was so little choice, but HisRoom is dedicated to giving big and tall boxer brief wearers several options- including what style of fly-front they prefer.


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