Separatec Basic Bamboo Fiber Dual Pouch Underwear Review

Separatec Basic Bamboo Fiber Dual Pouch Underwear Review

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Takeaway: Soft and silky, comfortable and breathable, great range of movement without bunching or sweat retention.

You'll receive 3 pairs of identical boxer briefs individually boxed. These boxer briefs are made with 95% Rayon 5% spandex and have a soft, silky, slighty slippery feel to them that glides onto your skin and stretches generously for a form-fitting breathable fit on nearly any body type. The material performs like sportswear and is derived from bamboo and pairs perfectly with an active lifestyle. The easy tear-off tags remove cleanly and quickly so you never have to deal with a scratchy piece of plasticky paper digging into your back.

Separatec's main feature is the dual-pouch system which segregates the male anatomy into two separate areas. The port hole access for the front pouch holds your penis away from the scrotum, which sits cradled in the lower support pouch. This two pouch system encourages air flow and reduces heat and moisture buildup. The low-profile seams are few and barely noticeable against the skin, and the silk-like feel almost feels like wearing nothing at all. The front flap of the pouch lifts up from the bottom for convenient access to relieve yourself when needed. Compared to Separatec's Everyday collection that I reviewed previously, these have a slightly shorter waistband, more modest branding, and performed better at wicking away perspiration making them are a great choice for warmer weather.

Overall, I found Separatec's basic bamboo fiber boxer briefs to be super soft and comfy while allowing for plenty of freedom of movement without bunching, riding up, or causing any uncomfortable stickiness.

Buy it at Amazon: Separatec Basic Bamboo Fiber Dual Pouch Underwear [Affiliate Link]

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