I have had problems for years with my underwear bunching up. Boxers or boxer briefs, length doesn't matter. Unless I wear regular briefs, my underwear bunches up and it is extremely uncomfortable. I am sure the people around me are uncomfortable as well as I am constantly grabbing at my crotchal region trying to fix them. Anyone else have these issues as much as I do? Has anyone found boxer briefs that don't ride up?
I am thinking maybe I need to find the shortest boxer brief possible before they become briefs?
I don't know about putting a troll in my pants. That just seems like it would be all kinds of uncomfortable.
Ehhhh....there are plenty of parts of the world when men don't wear them.
Look for spandex. And a pouch.
Spandex containing brazilian trunks are great. They're only a bit longer than briefs, but have the additional fabric that you apparently like.
Try, especially, designs with a pouch. I find that pouch underwear holds me in, regardless of the specific style..and that's a challenge. I wear everything from briefs through knee-length boxerbriefs, but the pouch is what makes every pair work for me.
You can find them, relatively cheaply, at Ross/TJMaxxx, or as the store brand E-Volve at Target, which is made by 2xist. Even their low-rise briefs hold me in position, perfectly, all day.
I like Evolve, but the true 2-Xist trunks are better in my opinion.
But Evolve is a great introduction, and may be sufficient for him. I'm still amazed at how well they fit/cradle me, and at a comparatively cheap price.
The point of this entire exercise is to find something that'll fit him, and the store brand at Target happens to be excellent. Besides, the pouch is a design that he might not have considered.
I've heard good things about Evolve. Do they have a good lo-rise brief option?
I'm actually wearing a pair, today. Their description is "no show," rather than low rise. And they're quite good.
I'll have to head down to my local Target and get me some.
All I own are boxer briefs. The only time I have problems with my undergarments is when I wear loose boxers in tight jeans, and sometimes "things" slip and get out of place, so boxer briefs maintain everything.
The problems I have with underwear are usually support-based. Boxers and boxer briefs are too loose, and let everything flop around. Briefs tend to be too tight, and "scrunch" things when I sit down. I'm still trying to find underwear that is comfortable and doesn't require frequent adjusting as well. Believe me, I feel your pain.
if you want support with nearly zero bunching, you can go with a jock strap. and there are jocks available now that are not for athletics, but for everyday wear (so they are less snug, and with better fabric in the cup area). i think the term for them is "street jock".