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#1 Posted : Friday, August 13, 2010 12:35:15 AM(UTC)
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Hi there,

I decided to check the types of the "technical" underwear featuring a mini stores. Share you with amateur laughing bitterly, but might help you somehow.

I bought one of each model shop. Models:
ExOfficio Briefs 1-raw Boxer made from 94% nylon 6% spandex. From $ 110 and functional.
2. Dry Desert Snow Smart Underwear made from 85% nylon and 15% alsten. A ricochet, 75.
3. Gravity Weight Chilly Butts Silk made from 100% synthetic (it says so, doesn't mean anything), Alpine style, $ 110.
4 in addition, I also FixMen underwear model, based on 93% and 7% alsten model. About $ 85 for three.
5. and of course cotton panties (don't remember who).

Underwear boxers, each according to the types of stitches, place the rubber, and elements that affect comfort, ventilation and minimize rubbing.

ל"טרקים" date with panties, but everyone was wearing several days recently.

Wanted to check two things: comfort and how fast they are drying out.

-Comfort:
1. There are many praises around these pants online. In my opinion, they didn't. First of all, are the Boxer shorts, I don't know why, it's far less convenient (me). Secondly, no panties "holding" the package (sorry about the graphic description, but what to do, this post about underwear:)), is less comfortable-there are lots of excess fabric in the critical region, and this is not very convenient.
2. very comfortable. Although the cloth is not smooth, and it's pretty noticeable. But not to such an extent that makes the bottom awkward.
3. very comfortable too. Smooth fabric, but I think they're a little.
4. Super comfortable. Super Duper. The bottom most comfortable I've ever worn.
5. Well, bottom cotton standard.

Fast-drying washed together and hung out to dry during the late evening, the results in the morning:
1. were almost completely dry, fold area could feel some moisture to the area.
2. completely dry.
3-like 1. Almost completely dry.
4. completely dry.
5. There were still damp.

Personally, I was very surprised-underwear model. Just great fabric. It is important to remember that the evaporation properties of synthetic fabrics, but the drying speed is great compared to cotton. You should read about this wonderful fabric (for those who didn't know before, like me).

I bought another one of Gravity, even though he was the best of all (comfort level, evaporation characteristics) that is produced in Israel:)

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#2 Posted : Monday, August 16, 2010 12:53:08 PM(UTC)
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I use the standard version aksopishio and they do work in the effort when the body sweats, dry really quickly and contribute to sweat evaporation. Of course if you wear cotton pants not breathing over it destroys the whole bottom is just left a sponge rather than evaporates.

Thanks for the research:)

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#3 Posted : Tuesday, August 17, 2010 6:45:50 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the report!
The FixMen are a great value buy.
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#4 Posted : Saturday, August 28, 2010 5:47:08 AM(UTC)
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Would love to hear from either where can I get the fixmen.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, August 29, 2010 12:28:05 AM(UTC)
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I have the aksaopitio, and they are great; Don't know about the Boxer, never wore garter-tours uncomfortable. From my experience, x-opitio from drying properly even in cycling tours and strained, and they won't give me crabs at all, big deal.
The Fixmen sounds very interesting-achtth price my legs to a store to buy them.
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#6 Posted : Thursday, September 2, 2010 9:06:09 PM(UTC)
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-Model if it ahvnati bamboo fiber fabric-but has no real advantages in relation to cotton evaporation. I have a pair of these and they are not thanoinam in the face in her cotton panties. But maybe it's a personal matter.

About aksaofishio, had their pants back to the store. Uncomfortable.

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#7 Posted : Friday, September 3, 2010 2:24:10 AM(UTC)
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The model produced from beech wood type found in India, currently the natural fiber that functions best in sweat evaporation.
Far more than a casual cotton fiber as less effective. Don't just use cotton balls still to absorb liquids.
About Exofficio I di ... I sense is the same specification size M pants, even to most I XL.
Also I checked some designs and I bought one of each.
Apparently it's a matters of personal choice because there are opinions.
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