• a little on the short, snug side
    Answered on 4/2/2016 8:25:23 AM by tahoedawg from tahoe
  • Average length leaning towards shorter
    Answered on 4/2/2016 8:34:56 AM by Mr. Garbage from CO
  • well once you wear them you are sunk "stuck" with them and there shipping charges are ridiculous you get a good deal but shipping makes it cost prohibitive thats why i quite buying from them
    Answered on 4/2/2016 9:32:43 AM by Who Cares from USA
  • Might be a little longer.
    Answered on 4/2/2016 9:38:18 AM by T from kansas
  • I usually wear cotton boxer briefs but for outdoor use (hiking in questionable weather,exercise, etc) I use the Terramars because they wick and stay warmer when damp. From your description I'm not sure the Terramars would fit you well. They are much closer fitting and noticeably shorter in the legs than my usual cotton boxers. They are stretchy so they don't restrict movement but they would probably ride up when you are seated and not relax back down when you are on your feet.
    Answered on 4/2/2016 11:24:48 AM by Keith from California coast
  • I think they are typical length for boxer briefs. On my husband they are a little less than halfway to his knee. He has large, muscular thighs and has no complaints. In fact he ordered more.
    Answered on 4/2/2016 7:46:57 PM by KittyMom from Chesapeake Beach, MD
  • These are slightly shorter, probably not for your purpose.
    Answered on 4/2/2016 10:39:49 PM by flyguide from co
  • These have about a six inch inseam. I don't like the three inch inseam because it's too short and I don't like the nine inch inseam because it's too long. These boxer briefs are tighter around my thighs than a pair of Under Armour or Ex-Officio boxer briefs, which I also wear. UA makes a decent pair of mesh boxer briefs that aren't as tight on my thighs as these. Eventhough they are tighter they do seem to stay in place ok and I don't have any issues with them riding up. I would buy one pair when STP is running their 25% off sale and free shipping, no minimum, and see how you like them. With that discount + sales tax I've bought them for less than $12.00 a pair, which is cheap. If they aren't as comfortable as you would like and have issues with them riding up, you wouldn't be out much money.
    Answered on 4/2/2016 11:24:23 PM by glacier91 from St. Louis, Missouri
  • These are mid thigh and I have never had any problem with them riding up. These are the best ever in my opinion.
    Answered on 4/3/2016 7:17:00 AM by Tom from North Carolina
  • I I love my briefs. Very comfortable. I don't know how the length compares to regular briefs, but they don't ride up or down on me.
    Answered on 4/3/2016 3:32:04 PM by Cleo's best friend from Colorado
  • I have half a dozen pairs of these boxer briefs. The material has a decent amount of elasticity, which keeps the legs from stretching out and riding up. The inseam is about 4", which I would categorize as on the shorter end of the length spectrum.
    Answered on 4/3/2016 6:37:14 PM by keih3 from Colorado
  • These fit a little tighter on my thighs than other pairs of boxer briefs. This prevents them from riding up on me, even when pulling my jeans up. They aren't tight enough too bother me. As for length, they may be a little shorter than most other brands.
    Answered on 4/5/2016 5:26:42 PM by WaveTrekker from Wash DC
  • The length on these is pretty standard they seem to be about 4". I have above average thighs and these seem to ride up less than all cotton boxer briefs from hanes and fruit of the loom that I have worn in the past. These hold their shape really well so maybe that helps. They do ride a little but not near as bad as cotton counterparts
    Answered on 4/9/2016 9:00:53 AM by Patrick from Pittsburgh, PA