Men's FreshIQ Comfort Flex Waistband White Briefs 7-Pack

Walmart # 565223933


Men's FreshIQ Comfort Flex Waistband White Briefs 7-Pack

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  • Now with FreshIQ - advanced odor protection keeps odors at bay
  • Comfort Flex waistband for all day comfort
  • 100% preshrunk ComfortSoft Cotton brief
  • Tagless comfort, no scratchy label
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  • Now with FreshIQ - advanced odor protection keeps odors at bay
  • Comfort Flex waistband for all day comfort
  • 100% preshrunk ComfortSoft Cotton brief
  • Tagless comfort, no scratchy label
  • Customer Reviews
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    Disappointing Quality

    Thought I'd give Hanes another chance after a while buying other brands. First brief out of the package showed a separated seam before being worn and certainly before washing. Wonder if Hanes replaces just one brief or do I send the whole package back???? See photos. Think I'll go back to the more expensive, better made products.
    I have been wearing the hanes basic brief, white with the gray stretch waist band, for years and been very satisified. It has been a size 38. Now the basic brief comes only in size 36-38 to replace the size 38. The size 36-38 is larger and hangs lower and bagier than the previous version. I will simply not wear this as it is altogether differnent than what I have been used to from Hanes. I will switch to Fruit of the Loom or something else before I wear these briefs. Briefs are not supposed to have such a bad fit. When I lay a pair of my old size 38s on top of the new size 36-38, the 36-38s have an extra couple of inches in length and are baggy at my abdomen below the waist band. This is not what I would have expected from Hanes after so many years of excellant fit. I hope other people complain and that they will go back to their original sizings.

    Tighty Whities

    I recently had to buy these on a trip and the 3 pack was the cheapest. They were actually comfortable. I had tried tighty whities earlier in the year and couldn't get comfortable. The really only drawback to these is that as the day goes by the waistband likes to rise. As a senior in High School I've noticed some people switching back whether they hit puberty or realized people stopped caring and stopped giving wedgies. Now some of friends still do and trust me these you do not want to wear around them. These are super comfortable though stretchy and they don't really lose their shape. The description says invisible under clothing. It depends one hat you wear. I was wearing shorts and some family members asked if I was wearing briefs I even heard people at the park comment I didn't know guys still were briefs. More and more are switching back. You should give these a try.

    What happened to Hanes?

    Like many of the other reviewers here who have been faithful Hanes briefs wearers for decades, alas, I have to agree with the vast majority of the negative reviews. Now before anyone blurts "you get what you pay for...", I'm here to tell you that Hanes used to make durable well-fitting comfortable briefs at a bargain price. Their legacy of 'best bang for the buck' was well deserved as they provided a quality product at a very good price. Now, however, their product- briefs (t-shirts too, but this is about briefs)- has gone from quality thick (enough) and durable well fitting comfortable reliable briefs to the inferior frail products that led most of us to convert to Hanes in the first place. The fabric has become thinner and thinner over time and the elastic begins to fail after only a few washes- particularly around the legs. They lose their ability to support. Hanes briefs used to keep your "vitals" in place nice and comfy and lasted even for years if you took good care of them; ...not any more. Now after less than ten washes they fit loosely like they're done, your vitals are falling out, they're hanging off your bottom...; no joke. Dear Hanes: if you need to raise the price a couple of dollars to return to the quality we all remember, I promise I won't complain. But I won't throw money away on this inferior product again. "Disposable underwear" seems like a fitting moniker; believe me, we notice!

    Nice white briefs

    Every guy should have a pack of these briefs in their drawer. Some days there is a need for extra support and underwear that has little fabric. These are my go too underwear when I ride a bike, going on a long motorcycle ride or car trip, and when I dress up. What I love about briefs is they keep everything in place and don't have legs that ride up and bind. But men do have to be careful wearing light colored pants, when I bent over in my light tan pants or white gym short you can see my briefs right through them. And when I wear my suit you can see my underwear line through the pants, kind of like a pantie line. But I don't care if someone sees I'm wearing tighty whities. Proud to say at 23 years old I wear white briefs. I got my friend into wearing these and he loves them too.

    Thin fabric

    I expected thicker fabric from Hanes, the Cadillac of men's underwear. Like Wal-Mart's denim jeans and their T shirts the fabric has been manufactured so it's thinner. I have 10 yar old Fruit Of The Loom Underwear that's STILL thicker than these are. Hanes has stopped sewing labels in the pants like everyone else has. That's just smart; I wish they did it years ago. Sometimes the labels can irritate you. I miss the "mom" type in the Hanes Commercials:" They don't say "Hanes" until I SAY they say "Hanes". Hanes used to be the premium brand, now they feel like cheap, common underwear like everyone else.

    Product is not acceptable

    I wore them and I ended up throwing them away. While this brief fits just right on the waist, it fits so loosely in the groin area giving me the feel that I was wearing boxer short. The fabric was thin and it felt worn out even though it was brand new. This brief was NOT well made at all - the stitching was literally getting undone. I bought three packages of these in three separate orders. I will return the two unopened bags and will discard the open one. VERY disappointed. My wife said I got what I paid for.

    Great bargain and pleasantly surprised!

    I have been wearing nothing but boxer shorts over the past 15 years or so but needed to switch to something that offered more support for running on the treadmill in the gym. I figured I would try the cheapest alternative first, and bought these at the nearest Wal Mart and they must have been on sale because I only paid 6.95 for a 7 pack. That's like a buck per brief! That's a heck of a bargain. Usually you can't even buy one pair of boxers for that amount. Little did I know that I would be finished underwear shopping because these briefs have more than solved my running support problem at the gym. At first I figured I would I only wear them for the gym but find myself wearing them almost as much as my boxers. I used to think boxers were more comfortable because of the extra room but I like the cotton fabric of the briefs that my boxers actually don't provide. I find I can wear them to work and even sleep in them no problem. I'm actually considering buying more. So if you're on the fence about trying them I recommend you give them a shot. Even if you end up not liking them I think its worth the chance because at least all you would be losing out on is seven bucks.

    Men's Briefs Sizes

    The sizes for the Briefs are labeled online as S, M, L, XL, but they do not refer to waist sizes. I found out that for Hanes, XL means waist size 40-42in. and XL in Fruit of the Loom Boxers means 42-44in. I needed a size 36-38. It would be best if the actual waist sizes are indicated online thus preventing returns.

    Web site does not list waist size, you just guess

    The size listing is just "small, medium, large, & ex large." Very misleading; all you could doe is guess! I ordered "medium," and the product lists 32-34. Why can't Wal-Mart list the waist sizes?
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