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    I'm also a fan of the Uniqlo Airism kind. They're super comfortable, quick drying, and affordable. Same for their undershirts.

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    I'm a fan of Tommy John, but just ordered some Bensly. It seems similar but a bit less expensive. Interested to see how it wears.

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    Ol. You guys have convinced me to take a look at these Uniqlo undies the next time I'm in the store.

    Are their other models/styles just as good?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DocDave View Post
    Ol. You guys have convinced me to take a look at these Uniqlo undies the next time I'm in the store.

    Are their other models/styles just as good?


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    I can't speak to the majority of their styles outside of the Airism kind, but I did end up getting a pair of their mesh Airisms, and did not like them. The sizing was also very different than the regular Airism fabric...and shrunk down to comical sizes when I washed them. Haven't had any of that with the others.

    FWIW, it looks like they're having a sale right now and some of the Airism underwear is down to $5.90.

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    Though I am not a fan of their price, I really like MeUndies' boxer. The crotch is perhaps a bit lower than I would ideally like, but they are still super comfortable.

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    I bought some Mack Weldon's (boxer briefs) when they were running a discount. The 50-50 cotton-modal blend everyday ones. They are indeed nice, and soft and comfortable. They're probably a little bit overpriced even at the discount price though. I picked up a 3 pack of Michael Kors boxer briefs several months back when I was in a TJ Maxx and they are definitely a step up from the Hanes/Fruit of the Loom tier. Softer cotton and more stretch which makes them more supportive, form fitting and comfortable because it cuts down on bunching. I think even a full price a three pack of those is about what one pair of Mack Weldons is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L_Wilson View Post
    I can't speak to the majority of their styles outside of the Airism kind, but I did end up getting a pair of their mesh Airisms, and did not like them. The sizing was also very different than the regular Airism fabric...and shrunk down to comical sizes when I washed them. Haven't had any of that with the others.

    FWIW, it looks like they're having a sale right now and some of the Airism underwear is down to $5.90.
    As a counterpoint to this, I love the mesh Airism boxer briefs. Size was true for me relative to other brands and have not shrink at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L_Wilson View Post
    I can't speak to the majority of their styles outside of the Airism kind, but I did end up getting a pair of their mesh Airisms, and did not like them. The sizing was also very different than the regular Airism fabric...and shrunk down to comical sizes when I washed them. Haven't had any of that with the others.
    Shrunk from washing? How is that possible?

    I wash them in cold water and they don't change. Other than knit wool, I don't think I've ever seen clothes shrink from washing, at least in cold water, including mesh Airism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JT10000 View Post
    Shrunk from washing? How is that possible?

    I wash them in cold water and they don't change. Other than knit wool, I don't think I've ever seen clothes shrink from washing, at least in cold water, including mesh Airism.
    Yeah. AirSM is not a natural fabric. They simply don't shrink....
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    Love Tommy John

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