Outdoor Research Echo Boxer Briefs - Men's

Outdoor Research Echo Boxer Briefs - Men's
Outdoor Research Echo Boxer Briefs - Men's
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Echo Boxer Briefs - Men's by Outdoor Research
We've all worn annoying, downright irritating boxer briefs that require constant adjustments, causing others to give us the look as we try to re-adjust our situation. Alleviating these fitment issues while you're working out, hiking, and just running errands, the Outdoor Research Men's Echo Boxer Briefs provide extremely lightweight, quick-drying comfort while remaining nice and secure with its next-to-skin fit. Outdoor Research's Airvent fabric feels light and airy like its name suggests, all while pulling moisture across a wider surface area with its gridded structure. Ultimately, this means you'll remain cool, comfortable, and dry, and without having to re-adjust your boxer briefs while moving swiftly down the trail, running in the gym, or commuting in urban settings.

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