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Malebasics Ergonomic Pouch Boxer Brief MBE02
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Tommy Hilfiger Essentials Cotton Stretch Boxer Briefs - 3 Pack 09T3349
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The tagless category has a mix of boxer briefs and trunks.Some brands are so dedicated to your comfort that they're made their underwear lines exclusively tagless. Both Michael Kors and Tommy John offer low-rise boxer briefs made of the finest fabrics and designed for excellent fits. Neither Michael Kors nor Tommy John is going to let their boxer briefs be ruined with a tag, so naturally the tagless solution is to just print the size and fabric care information onto the interior of the boxer brief seat. Several of Calvin Klein's top fabric collections and low-rise boxer brief styles are tagless, including their Steel, ProStretch, and Body collections. Cin2 employs the same practice with their low-rise boxer briefs. Cin2's Pop Colors, Hand Me Down, and Zen trunks offer tagless comfort to go with their diverse range of soft, comfortable fabrics. For the ultimate in designed-for-comfort low-rise boxer briefs you should check out Obviously for Men. Not only is all of Obviously's underwear tagless, but every silhouette has been designed with exceptionally soft fabrics and the signature Obviously for Men anatomical comfort pouch that keeps you supported and separated from your legs. Tagless can be either printed instructions on the inside of the boxer briefs, or a bonded tag on the inside of the low-rise waistband. It's surprising that more low-rise boxer briefs aren't tagless, but it just makes you appreciate the manufacturers that go to the trouble all the more.