Rated 2 out of 5Â by Philip381 Did not live up to expectations
It was time to stock up on new underwear and I quickly realized the low rise briefs I had grown accustomed to, were nowhere to be found. An internet search led me to Kohl's online. I was impressed by a recent visit to Kohl's and Elance was a familiar name so it seemed my search was over. My experience parallels one of the reviews I read before ordering. Although I ordered Medium sizes, only one pair in three fit just right and the other two fit almost like Smalls...hard to move in. The quality is below par too. Normally there is a double weave pouch. These are just a single weave throughout and so I don't expect they will last long. Far too expensive an endeavor for poor quality and fit.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Tang198 The material was inconsistent
Two of the three pairs of underwear in each package were made from a material that was not as soft on the inside (where it's most important) than on the outside; they also fit much tighter. The material of the (2) multicolored pairs in each package was white on the inside and colored on the outside. The material of the solid-colored pairs in each package was the same inside as well as out, soft & comfortable. The solid-colored pairs also did not fit as tight as the other.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Chuckettes comfotable, soft, just enough support
After constantly searching for the "perfect" male underwear I keep coming back to these simple straight forward basics. They are extremely comfortable, just enough stretch, become better with each wash and...I'm still lean at 55 and my wife still thinks I look "hot' in the basic cotton bikini's. Dont' wear these if you have a gut; you'll look like a guy on the beach in a speedo.
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Deeshopper Product has been redesigned
If you paid the extra money for these because you liked the durable cotton fabric or the type of hidden elastic used around the legs, you will be disappointed. While the fit is still good and they are comfortable, the cotton is noticeably thinner now and the elastic has been changed to something wider, a bit more confining, and definitely visible. The design reminds me of little girl underwear.