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You shell out big bucks for high-tech jackets, pants, and shoes, but you expect your most sensitive and, arguably, most important body parts to suffer in sub-par clothing? The Saxx Black Sheep Boxers bring quality performance fabrics and technical design to the areas that deserve it the most.
  • Articulated front pouch is seamless so it won't feel like you have something scratching your crotch
  • Parallel side panels uses breathable fabric to create a barrier between your junk and your inner thigh for less rubbage
  • Moisture-wicking waistband prevents sweat from pooling up under around your waist

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5 5

Amazing!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These things are amazing for multiple days in the back country! They offer tons of support, comfort and breathability. I have bragged to a few of my friends about these too and after purchasing they agree these are the best boxer briefs on the market!

5 5

Better than sex!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Okay, not really, but now that I have your attention... the Saxx Black Sheep Boxer feels amazing in summer's weather. Its merino wool blend is super soft, antimicrobial, and helps keep everything dry down there. The construction is beyond amazing too, especially the articulated pouch that prevents that sticky feeling....

3 5

Good if not a true Merino layer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

A good pair of boxers, but not really a true merino layer for the under parts. I like this boxer and all of the Saxx that I own. But this isn't going to add any real warm in the winter months. Still it holds the boys where they need to be and is a better choice than cotton or the polyester that I use in the summer. Still for the cost I might look elsewhere.

2 5

Product quality changes

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have always loved Black Sheep boxers, so much so that I have ordered many pair -- and when I loved 'em ordered many more pair. Unfortunately the sourcing is inconsistent or Saxx decided to use thinner (probably less expensive) fabric. I ran Backcountry out of stock with 3 pair... and when they came back into stock ordered 3 more. It's like they are a different, product -- soft, but very thin. (Can see light through them, unlike the prior order.)

As for the technology, well, it's no gimmick. It works really well to resolve discomfort from chafing (but it is not supportive if that is what you are looking for).

3 5

Could be better.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The thing that I like most and least about these boxer breifs are the weight. The super light weight material is very comfortable, and feels great when you first put them on. The only issues I've run into specific to that weight is the fact that they do run more than other options I've tried. Maybe it's just my big legs, but annoying anyway. Number two is that they didn't last super long. The thinner material is great for comfort, but not as great on the durability side of things. They lasted long enough for me to think that I got good use out of them, just nothing I would consider great longevity.

4 5

warm goodness

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

When its cold and running shorts alone are a bad idea, these things rock. A no bs design for keeping this separated and saving money on bodyglide. Tooo warm for most days and indoors though.

4 5

a non-stick treat

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

What's better than a non-stick frying pan? Non-stick boxer briefs.

A bit skeptical at first to add even more fabric where storage space gets tight, but the built-in dividers do a great job keeping everything comfortable.

The modal/wool blend handles winter activities with ease, but as a the the temperature rises I would probably seek out a lighter weight alternative for being active.

All said and done though, these are incredibly soft and comfortable and are a now a big part of my underwear quiver since I've picked up another 2 pairs.

3 5

Merino vs Modal

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

So after some serious use in the backcountry, it sounds like the guy doesn't like these ones as much as the modal/cotton models. They're super lightweight and don't stay in place as well as the others. Furthermore, they had holes in the leg after about 2 weeks. They're still arlight, but definitely not as great as the Luxury Boxer Brief.

5 5

Fantastic Unmentionables

These are a dream to wear. The soft waistband is very nice and does not cut into one's skin at all. I found that buying a size up was perfect. I did this to alleviate some of the uncomfortable pressure on one's waistline that can occur when wearing several layers of clothing (underwear, baselayer, softshell pants, hardshell...all the tension adds up, so why add to it with tight underwear?). I have a size 33 waist and bought a large. Thrilled with the product.

5 5

Like hot cocoa for your junk

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you want your body to be warm, you've got to keep your core warm. If you're shredding 8 hours and have cold, drafty junk, you'll have less fun on the mountain. This pair of undies keeps you warm and so much more.

The Merino blend material is ultra thin, ultra soft, ZERO ITCH, and wicks moisture better than poly. Merino is better than poly because it insulates when you need warmth and ventilates when you need to cool down. The mediums fit my 32 waist perfectly.

Don't even think for a second that the front pouch with parallel side panels is a gimmick. IT WORKS. The parallel side panels create a layer of material between your legs and sack so you'll never have to unstick your junk from your thighs again. And unlike regular briefs, all Saxx underwear doesn't bunch constrict your boys into a tiny pouch, they get to hang as low as they want.

Bottom line is the SAXX Black Sheep boxer brief is my only snowboard underwear. I rock it with my merino Ninja suit for the total experience. Never wearing poly again - I'm a merino believer.

3 5

Nice, except for...

I bought these for my son to wear during our 11 day Philmont Scout Ranch trek. The description seemed to be the perfect solution to his dilemma (chafing between the scrotum and inner thigh). Although they did protect that area from chafing, they unfortunately irritated another area. The new area of irritation is the area where the mesh panels meet the underwear toward the rear of the panels. It seems that the small concentration of stitching in that area was all that it took to make his hike unpleasant. The mound of stitching began to irritate a whole new area. He stuck with his ExOfficio's for the rest of the trip.

5 5

Merino for ya Bozak

If you want your body to be warm, you've got to keep your core warm. This pair of undies does that and so much more.

The Merino blend material is ultra thin, ultra soft, zero itch, and really wicks moisture. Merino is better than poly because it insulates when you need warmth and ventilates when you need to cool down. The mediums fit my 32 waist perfectly.

Don't even think for a second that the front pouch with parallel side panels is a gimmick. IT WORKS. The parallel side panels create a layer of material between your legs and sack so you'll never have to unstick your junk from your thighs again. And unlike regular briefs, all Saxx underwear doesn't bunch constrict your boys into a tiny pouch, they get to hang as low as they want.

Bottom line is the SAXX Black Sheep boxer brief is my only snowboard underwear. I rock it with my merino Ninja suit for the total experience. Never wearing poly again - I'm a merino believer.