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Men's Under Armour Iso-Chill 6-inch Boxerjock Boxer Briefs


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Instant upgrade. Elevate your underwear collection with these men's performance boxer briefs from Under Armour.


  • Iso-Chill mesh fabric helps disperse body heat and making it feel cool to the touch
  • 4-way stretch fabrication allows greater mobility in any direction
  • Moisture Transport System wicks sweat & dries quickly
  • Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes
  • Performance waistband
  • Faux fly


  • Classic fit
  • 6-inch inseam
  • Measurements are approximate and may vary by size


  • Nylon, elastane
  • Machine wash
  • Imported

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Under Armour Size Chart

Size Chart

    U.S. sizes Waist (inches) Hip (inches)
  XS 26-27 26.5-27.5 32-33
  S 28-29 28.5-30 34-35.5
  M 30-32 31.5-33.5 37-38.5
  L 34-36 35-37 40-42
  XL 38-40 39-41 44-46
  XXL 42-44 43-45.5 48-50
  3XL 46-48 47.5-50 52-54
  4XL 50-52 52-54.5 56-58
  5XL 54-56 56.5-59 60-62

Size chart is a general guide. It may include sizes that are unavailable for this item.

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Jury still out on technology but in terms of size... ...these are smaller than other UA underwear. I have several different kinds and the 6 inch inseam in medium have always been perfect for me. Until these, that is. Due to them being smaller/tighter in a medium than other UA underwear, the 6 inch inseam just feels shorter than the usual 6 inch inseam in other UA underwear. And, that's with me having shorter than normal legs for a 5'6" guy. Plus, material-wise, they feel like a large would be better for me when again, medium has always worked in other UA underwear. So definitely beware of size w/ these.
Date published: 2017-12-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unhappy with Replacement to discontinued Mesh Boxer Jocks Prior to you discontinuing the former Mesh Boxer jocks I refused to wear anything other than my UA boxers; however it seems you replaced a great product with these disappointing and uncomfortable boxers. These are not constructed nearly as well (the discontinued ones had two seams in the back) and there is not enough room in the crotch and they ride up. Please bring back the previous version of the Mesh Boxers! I have purchased several other styles of your boxers to find a replacement and none of your other jocks remotely compare.
Date published: 2017-08-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Breathable & lightweight but the elastic waistband needs work Own a few & have used them over the course of at least 2 summers already. Good for the hot & humid NYC summer months especially if you're mobile a lot. The mesh fabric is breathable & lightweight which feels good on the skin. But because of that, it sacrifices durability after several use & washes over time. Even with the correct size purchased, the worst part is the narrow waistband in which the elastic material has the tendency to roll or fold into itself. Most noticeable after a few washes. For the brand & price I paid, I expected better.
Date published: 2017-10-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed for the first time Complete and utter hogwash.. I wanted them to work so bad I bought 6 pairs... Didn't last one shift at the prison. Almost felt like is sponged you the sweat. Also they slide up the lag and ride the crotch area. I bought my first underarmour product in 2004 to help me make it thru an Iraqi summer. Since then the products have been getting lesser and lesser quality. I just don't understand why average people aren't asked to test the product. You would save money in the long run.. This idea was a flop..
Date published: 2016-07-22
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