10 Best Mens Boxers For Sweat

Updated on: July 2021

Best Mens Boxers For Sweat in 2021


Fruit of the Loom Men's CoolZone Boxer Briefs, 7 Pack-Black/Gray, X-Large

Fruit of the Loom Men's CoolZone Boxer Briefs, 7 Pack-Black/Gray, X-Large
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Cool zone mesh fly provides ventilation where you need it
  • Pack of 7
  • Wicks moisture
  • Tag free boxer briefs with no ride up legs
  • Actual colors may vary

Champion Men's Boxer Briefs All Day Comfort No Ride Up Double Dry X-Temp 5 Pack (Black - Navy - Grey, Large)

Champion Men's Boxer Briefs All Day Comfort No Ride Up Double Dry X-Temp 5 Pack (Black - Navy - Grey, Large)
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Pack includes 2 Black, 2 Gray, 1 Blue
  • Contoured front panel for all day comfort
  • No ride up,Moisture wicking
  • Double Dry Technology with X-temp
  • New comfort fit

Hanes Men's 4-Pack Cool Comfort Breathable Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief, Assorted, Medium

Hanes Men's 4-Pack Cool Comfort Breathable Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief, Assorted, Medium
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Lightweight, breathable mesh fabric
  • Wicking cool comfort fabric keeps you feeling cool and dry
  • Fresh IQ advanced odor protection technology attacks odor-causing bacteria in your clothing to help you feel fresh all day
  • Comfort flex waistband and stretch fabric move with you
  • Color assortments may vary

Hanes Men's X-Temp 4-Way Stretch Mesh Knit Boxer 4-Pack, Assorted, Large

Hanes Men's X-Temp 4-Way Stretch Mesh Knit Boxer 4-Pack, Assorted, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • X temp technology is designed to adapt to your temperature and activity to keep you cool and dry for all day comfort
  • Quick drying fabric wicks away moisture for added comfort
  • 4 way stretch mesh helps you take on any activity
  • Soft and stretchable waistband provides additional wicking to add an extra level of cool
  • Tag free for itch free comfort

Champion Men's Elite X-Temp Boxer Briefs 4-Pack, Black, Small

Champion Men's Elite X-Temp Boxer Briefs 4-Pack, Black, Small
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Features Champion vapor technology with x-temp that dries faster as your body heat rises so you can always keep your cool.
  • Moisture-wicking fabric moves with you and keeps sweat away from skin
  • No ride up for all day comfort
  • Active fit

Hanes Men's Cool Comfort Breathable Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief, Assorted, X-Large - 4 Pack

Hanes Men's Cool Comfort Breathable Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief, Assorted, X-Large - 4 Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Lightweight, breathable mesh fabric
  • Wicking cool comfort fabric keeps you feeling cool and dry
  • Fresh IQ advanced odor protection technology attacks odor-causing bacteria in your clothing to help you feel fresh all day
  • Comfort flex waistband and stretch fabric move with you
  • Color assortments may vary

Hanes Men's X-Temp 4-Way Stretch Mesh Boxer Brief 4-Pack, Dark Assorted, Large

Hanes Men's X-Temp 4-Way Stretch Mesh Boxer Brief 4-Pack, Dark Assorted, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • X temp technology is designed to adapt to your temperature and activity to keep you cool and dry for all day comfort
  • Quick drying fabric wicks away moisture for added comfort
  • 4 way stretch mesh helps you take on any activity
  • Soft and stretchable waistband provides additional wicking to add an extra level of cool
  • Tag free for itch free comfort

New Balance Men's 6" Boxer Brief Fly Front with Pouch, 3-Pack,Print/Steel/Pigment, Medium (32"-34")

New Balance Men's 6
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • What’s Included: 3 New Balance Men's 6 Inch Boxer Brief Fly Front with Pouch. The sizes are available in Small (29-31 Inches), Medium (32-34 Inches), Large (36-38 Inches), X-Large (40-42 Inches) and XX-Large (44-46 Inches)
  • Ultimate Comfort: Made from 90% polyester and 10% spandex, these briefs are tagless and breathable, providing you with the ultimate comfort. A lightweight 4-way stretch supports your every move.
  • Features: A quick wicking design and mesh gusset moves sweat away from your body which will keep you cool and dry. They are perfect for working out, running, skiing, skateboarding, football, baseball, basketball, tennis, volleyball, soccer, and hiking.
  • Superior Design: These boxers feature an elastic waistband for added flex. These briefs also feature a “no-ride” inseam. You will not have to deal with uncomfortable bunching or irritation.
  • How to Wash: Washer and dryer safe! Machine wash cold with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron.

Hanes Men's X-Temp 4-Way Stretch Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief 3-Pack, Assorted, 2X Large

Hanes Men's X-Temp 4-Way Stretch Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief 3-Pack, Assorted, 2X Large
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • X-temp technology is designed to adapt to your temperature and activity to keep you cool and dry for all day comfort
  • Quick-drying fabric wicks away moisture for added comfort
  • 4-way stretch mesh helps you take on any activity
  • Soft and stretchable waistband provides additional wicking to add an extra level of cool
  • Tag-free for itch-free comfort

Hanes Mens FreshIQ Cool Comfort Breathable Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief 5-Pack (LBMCBZ), Assorted, Large

Hanes Mens FreshIQ Cool Comfort Breathable Mesh Long Leg Boxer Brief 5-Pack (LBMCBZ), Assorted, Large
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • underwear and socks to smell — so now you can feel fresh all day
  • Cool Comfort wicking fabric keeps you cool for all day comfort.
  • 58% cotton/38% polyester/4% spandex mesh
  • Lightweight breathable mesh fabric provides ventilation to keep you cool and dry.
  • Long leg styling prevents bunching and chafing

Anti-Valentine's Day: a Guide for the Cynic

Humorously describes six ways to celebrate an anti-Valentine's Day -- Chuck E. Cheese, boxer shorts, working late, adopting a reptile, casting doubt on friends' relationships, spending time with your mother.

The downward cycle begins with the formulation of New Year's resolutions which I can't even fool myself into thinking I will keep. This year, I read a chirpy article written by another teacher who suggested that a one-word resolution, like "patience," could be deeply rewarding. Most of my one word resolutions were too obscene to tell you, so you'll have to settle for this hint.

Next on the calendar is Valentine's Day. I'm a divorced single parent. I believe this holiday was actually designed by my former in-laws to taunt me. Therefore, I created some ways of my own to celebrate. That's right, it's anti-Valentine's Day in the old Clarke household.

First, I take the family somewhere. Typically it's somewhere only a woman with kids could enjoy. In other words, it's not romantic at all. For example, the kids still enjoy Chuck E. Cheese, particularly the eighteen year old, since he can beat all the small kids at the games and get all the prize tickets. If it was a different unHoliday, like Thanksgiving, then I would have to badger him to inflict his winnings on a smaller kid in the pizza parlor. Such virtue has its pitfalls. For example, if my son hasn't shaved, the little largesse recipient might panic and yell "Stranger danger!" But on anti-Valentine's Day, we get to keep the winnings, and spend them on candy. Usually the Airheads get stuck in my daughter's braces.

Second, I buy myself a present. Generally, my anti-Valentine's present to myself celebrates not having to please someone else. For example, I can sleep in Wonder Woman undershorts instead of picking anal floss out of my backside due to a sexy thong. I don't care if there is a gap in the boxer front which I can't fill. California is pretty warm at night anyway.

Another way to celebrate anti-Valentine's Day is to work late. We need the money, after all. It looks good if I'm still grading and xeroxing while the nubile young marrieds rush off to a romantic dinner. My kids don't want me home early anyway. Sometimes I'm tempted to make the kids turn off their video games and do their homework, for example. My teenage sons have prayed to be latchkey kids since my ex walked out on us eight years ago (at Christmas, another holiday where we now confound the neighbors by putting up a menorah as well as a Christmas tree. They know we're atheists).

Fourth, I adopt something ugly, like a reptile. Last year we got turtles in Little Shanghai. We picked the cheapest ones. They don't make puppy dog eyes at me. They're still alive, because, unromantically, we read the instruction manual as the evening's entertainment. Nobody put any bows or hearts on Ren and Stimpy. We did have turtle races, though, but gave up in utter boredom.

To really cap your anti-Valentine's Day, I recommend making your friends feel depressed about the relationships they're in. One of my friends moved to Sweden to make her husband happy. Really. I bet she's cold. I e-mailed her a picture of a palm tree. I told another friend that her husband drinks too much. Actually, he does.

That brings me to a final suggestion. Instead of sharing a bottle of Dom Perignon saved since the wedding reception, try a mug of Ovaltine with your mother. It has iron in it, and tastes really chocolaty. And your mother can tell you stories about World War II. At least, my mom can. She hates Valentine's Day, too. She says it's a manufactured holiday. I try to imagine a special factory, turning out holidays for me to sabotage. I bet they make calendars on the side. I would.

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