Soggy Pants Bad - Wicking Pants Good?

can you get them? are they worth it?

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06/03/2003 at 09:36
Highly recommend ODLO.... I've tried them all and for running these seemed the best.
06/03/2003 at 10:09
also - go with boxers - they tend not to ride up the crack like briefs. and if you are large in the thigh area, they also stop some chafing. I'm surprised some are not filling their boxers - get the right size in the 1st place. baggy trolleys - uugghh.

06/03/2003 at 10:34
Short legged trunks for me, rather than true 'boxers'
06/03/2003 at 11:05
I mean the snug, trunk style rather than the old baggy boxers. They were the worst for heading north and clagging the nuts up.
06/03/2003 at 11:49
I already have 3 pairs of "boxers" style and sure they don't ride up but they don't give any support. I tried to get some gaffer tape as per Fat Face's suggestion but the shops were out of it. There had been a run on it and plastic sheeting recently! Don't know why?

T
06/03/2003 at 12:51
4x4xF will you be demonstrating your new attire on club night??????
06/03/2003 at 17:20
Go for the ones from M&S. They are brilliant and far cheaper than the named sports brands. They are great at wicking sweat away and keep you dry all the time....I think they are £8 each.
19/03/2003 at 13:43
Newline do a range of CoolMax underwear which is the ultimate in wicking fabrics - they are mail order and offer a good service You can contact them on 0800 96 07 11

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