- Fabric Performance: Breathable, Lightweight, Quick-Drying, Wicking, Anti-Odor
- Design Features: Functional Fly
- Functional Details: Low-Profile Waist, Gusseted Crotch, Flat Seam Construction, Elastic Waist
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric: drirelease® Merino, 88% polyester, 12% merino wool
Inseam: 6½˝ / 17 cm
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 3.5oz / 100g (L)
- Excellent Boxers (Review by L Sundberg)
took these on an extended Europe trip with only a medium sized backpack. They wore great, were easy to hand wash, and most importantly kept me very comfortable on my trip. I also packed some ExOfficio mesh but the merino was my favorite.
(Posted on 10/2/16)
- Best Boxer Briefs EVER! (Review by Mike D)
I'm very particular about what materials I wear out in the backcountry, I prefer to wear merino wool or a good poly/wool mix as a base layer. I've gone through many pairs of Smartwool, Patagonia, IO, and the like only to find that they have one thing I just don't like about them. These boxer briefs from OR have none of the negatives fro the other brands. They are comfortable, move with you, don't ride up or bunch up, and keep you cool and dry. These are quickly becoming my go to pair for any type of physical activity!
(Posted on 3/10/16)
- Lack Support (Review by Thomas)
I have a pair of these in large and they're pretty comfortable. They are lacking in the support department. So much so that I'm not sure I would want to wear this while hiking or working out. I think these are better suited for casual use.
(Posted on 12/10/15)
- Nice feel, nice price (Review by Jason)
I have found that I am most happy with merino next to my skin. The biggest problem with merino is that it is expensive and not durable. That combination can lead to very expensive "skivvies!" I have found that the OR Sequence Boxer strikes a nice balance between durability and price. They are super comfortable and have allowed my wool undies to be reserved for specific activities and lengthen their usable life. Highly recommended.
(Posted on 10/1/14)
- comfortable in cold and warm weather (Review by traileric)
This is a very comfortable base layer. We had a hike day that ranged from 38 to 75. The merino performed great, warm in the morning and cool and dry during the warm afternoon. I used the sizing chart and the fit is good. It is paneled with flat seems like bike shorts. The fit is smooth and comfortable under layers. I ordered these on Wednesday. They arrived Friday. Wore them hiking on Saturday.
(Posted on 9/18/14)