Saxx underwear was born out of baseball player Trent Kitsch's love affair with the outdoors and hatred of ill-fitting chafage inducing underwear. Since then he's built a company that's well respected in the area of package handling.
The Quest 2.0 boxers were made for walking or at least that's what Saax would have you believe. With flat seams, quick drying synthetic fabrics and an anti-fold waistband they might just be right.
They're light and airy to wear thanks to a lightweight, moisture wicking nylon and polyester blend. On long days and even multiple days these boxers stay feeling fresh, even when the mercury rises.
The fit is comfortable, they don't ride up your leg like lots of boxers do and they're tight enough to feel supportive in all the right places. The seams are barely perceptible as is the label which can be irksome on lesser boxer shorts. The waistband doesn't fold or creep up and is digitally printed in a range of funky designs.
You could be forgiven for thinking these boxers weren't technical enough because they look so good but there's a reason National Geographic awarded these their best travel underwear and we agree with them - they're a damn fine bit of clothing and are well worth the investment.