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Dear Mr. K. G. Reynolds, most sportswear, shorts, running tights, swimming trunks, tracksuits and the like do not have a fly, neither a zip nor a button fly. I am not sure if you are familiar with such items, but the fly was phased out in sportswear around 100 years ago at the turn of the 18th century. As such peeing … see more Dear Mr. K. G. Reynolds, most sportswear, shorts, running tights, swimming trunks, tracksuits and the like do not have a fly, neither a zip nor a button fly. I am not sure if you are familiar with such items, but the fly was phased out in sportswear around 100 years ago at the turn of the 18th century. As such peeing can present a problem to a gentleman of certain sensitivities, one is forced, I am afraid to pull down the front of the underwear. Whilst this might sound shockingly unusual, and I do know what you are asking yourself, „Surely this must pull the wool out of shape and leave a baggy mess in my trouser department?“. Fear not, the underwear is not manufactured from wool, linen or indeed that new-fangled material grown in the colonies, cotton. The undershorts are manufactured from a futuristic material called „polyester“, apparently not wholly unassisted by another material that goes by the name of „elastene“, together this creates a fabric which is miraculously light, moisture-wicking, quick-drying, supportive, stretchy and retains its shape after lowering the front to pee. The alternative, of course, during a hard day‘s grouse shoot, is to pee in your pants; all is not lost though, because as I said they are moisture-wicking and quick-drying. Can’t speak for the Harris Tweed plus fours or Argyll socks too much but they would normally stand up to a good thrashing on a wet grouse moor. I hope to have been of assistance, yours etc. see less Dear Mr. K. G. Reynolds, most sportswear, shorts, running tights, swimming trunks, tracksuits and the like do not have a fly, neither a zip nor a button fly. I am not sure if you are familiar with such items, but the fly was phased out in sportswear around 100 years ago at the turn of the 18th century. As such peeing can present a problem to a gentleman of certain sensitivities, one is forced, I am afraid to pull down the front of the underwear. Whilst this might sound shockingly unusual, and I do know what you are asking yourself, „Surely this must pull the wool out of shape and leave a baggy mess in my trouser department?“. Fear not, the underwear is not manufactured from wool, linen or indeed that new-fangled material grown in the colonies, cotton. The undershorts are manufactured from a futuristic material called „polyester“, apparently not wholly unassisted by another material that goes by the name of „elastene“, together this creates a fabric which is miraculously light, moisture-wicking, quick-drying, supportive, stretchy and retains its shape after lowering the front to pee. The alternative, of course, during a hard day‘s grouse shoot, is to pee in your pants; all is not lost though, because as I said they are moisture-wicking and quick-drying. Can’t speak for the Harris Tweed plus fours or Argyll socks too much but they would normally stand up to a good thrashing on a wet grouse moor. I hope to have been of assistance, yours etc.
The Seneschal
· 23 December 2020
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When walking, yes massively less chafing than cotton boxers, especially on a warm day. When running or playing football I’ve found they can chafe occasionally (though much less than cotton boxers), but wearing these and with a small amount of vaseline on the inner thigh, never have any issues
Amazon Customer
· 28 February 2021
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No no pouch but very comphy
mick
· 18 October 2021
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I'm 38" waist and I ordered largest size.
They are form fitting/snug but not tight. They are intended as active wear. Worth considering that I don't carry any weight on thigh, or buttocks. If you do, they may not be as comfortable. I have repeat ordered if that counts as a recommendation.

Jsy kit junkie
· 03 January 2020
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I didn't order medium, I ordered large. I'm a 36" waist and they fit perfectly. Can I add they are the best things ever for walking any distance.
Paul T
· 08 December 2020
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one size smaller would have done
eric thomas
· 01 August 2020
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It says made in China on the packaging. I find them really comfortable. I'll be buying more.
Honest Joe
· 02 August 2020