Reviewed by Trip from Pittsburgh, PA on Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Terramar Boxer Briefs, Body Sensor, Four-Way Stretch: Best underwear I've ever owned, wear it everywhere, sports, gym, office, to bed, even river rafting. Bought my first pairs YEARS ago and the originals are still wearing strong, and I REALLY put them through a lot! I now own at LEAST 20 pair (a...
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Reviewed by Customer from Florida on Thursday, July 14, 2016
An "ill-fitting" garment that appear to be factory seconds (but not advertised as such), or maybe just very bad sizing. Sierra Trading should be a little more discerning in what it sells; I'd return both pair, but the cost to return is more than 1/2 of what I paid. This is one reason why ***zon is a MUCH better site: Free, no-hassle returns.
I do not know any women who have. They should work. What's the difference. Getting the correct size is the most important factor. You could wear them backwards (just kidding). They are a good value at S.T.P.
Answered on 4/27/2016 6:50:26 AM by Steve from CT
Don't know but I don't see why not. They are GREAT!!
Not sure of the exact weight but it's fairly light...the elastic waist band and extra material of the boxer style do add weight making them heavier than a brief style version. They are lighter than a comparably style all-cotton boxer.
Answered on 6/10/2015 8:19:05 AM by Hiker Biker from Michigan
I don't know the exact weight, but they are extremely light and have great wicking properties. For years I have worn these for everyday, running, hiking, cross-training, etc.
Answered on 6/10/2015 9:22:50 AM by Jim from New Mexico
Answered on 6/10/2015 9:34:42 AM by The Outlawyer from SWVA
Next to nothing. We have a weight restriction on a trip to Africa later this year and I am sure 6 pair won't even get close to a pound. Best underwear I ever owned and am getting rid on any others,
Answered on 6/10/2015 11:23:09 AM by Len from North Carolina
I don't know exactly, but certainly less than their cotton equivalents! And they're more comfortable. I can't imagine why weight would be an issue with these.
Answered on 6/10/2015 2:01:50 PM by John the Hacker from Denver, CO
Thanks for your replies but I'm looking for grams or ounces.
John the Angler from Denver.......imagine carrying a backpack containing your clothes, necessities and equipment along with consumables (resupplying every week or so) for over 2,000 miles. The lighter your pack weight, the more enjoyment and higher probability of a successful hike. If I can buy appropriate underwear weighing 2 ounces less, then the two I carry in my pack saves me 1/4 pound. I do that with 4 small items and I save 1 POUND. EVERY ounce matters and in fact, there are people who count grams.
So, if anyone can place a pair of these on an appropriate weight scale and publish their finding, it would be greatly appreciated.
Answered on 6/11/2015 4:24:15 AM by Singto from Ohio
A pair of these wonderful briefs weigh about as much as 2 Clif Bars, 1/2 as much as a Jockey V-neck tshirt, or the same as 2 standard size cotton bandanas. One thing is for sure, they are worth the weight, and all that weight is carried mainly by my hips!
Answered on 6/11/2015 11:52:32 AM by Prinetowner from Central Orygun
I'm a 36 and they fit perfectly. It's an elastic waistband so they're bound to adjust to your svelte waist. A large should fit just fine.
The beauty is if you find they don't fit well, you can send them back. STP then grants you a credit, free shipping back AND free shipping on your next order! Not a bad deal if they don't fit.
Hope this helps.
Answered on 8/5/2014 5:54:26 PM by telern from Front Range, [...]
Of course, Large size.
Answered on 8/5/2014 8:42:15 PM by Freemanc19 from Southern California
I am a 35 waist as well, and these fit just right, but roomy. If you are a 34/35 order a size smaller, but if you are a 35/36 these will be fine.
Answered on 8/5/2014 9:04:34 PM by rmd13 from Boston
Go with a large. I'm usually 32-34 range and medium was spot on for me. I'm probably closer to a 32 most of the time.
Answered on 8/6/2014 6:04:26 AM by B from TN
Hi, I got these boxer briefs last year and enjoyed wearing them so much I got more. I wear a 42 waist and ordered an XL size which fit fine.
I would think the LARGE size would work for you perhaps.
Answered on 8/6/2014 2:41:23 PM by Bryan from Minnesota
They run true to size. I wear large and I have currently a 34 inch waist, but when I was wearing 36 pants, I also bought the size large and they were equally comfortable.
Answered on 8/9/2014 1:13:40 AM by Paniolo Pete from So. California