#1 - What Is The Difference Between Boxers And Trunks?
Boxer shorts are loose shorts with an elasticated waistband, available in a range of designs. On the other hand, trunks for men are known for their snug-fit, deep cut below the waist, fit to the top of the thigh in a boxy design.
What differentiates them is the length of the design and flexibility. Trunks are more fitted, whereas boxers enable free movement and are comparatively loose. Boxers are made of woven fabric & trunks are made of knitted fabric.
#2 - Which Size Trunks Should I Buy?
Measure your waist from a little below your natural waistline. Insert your forefinger between the tape and your body for some comfort.
You can refer to our size chart for a better understanding:
|FIT TO WAIST||28-30||32-34||36-38||40-42||44-46|
#3 - What Should I choose between Briefs and Trunks?
If you’re conflicted choosing between briefs and trunks depending on what would bring you the most relaxed feeling, don’t stress it out. Both briefs and trunks are comfortable. Trunks are widely used as innerwear whereas boxers can double up as loungewear.
Comfort should be your main priority.
#4 - Why Should I Invest In Men’s Trunks?
Trunks are an essential innerwear garment that you need on a daily basis. To avoid bunching and chaffing, investing in a good pair of men’s trunks is essential.
#5 - What Is The Recommended Fabric For Men’s Trunks?
While searching for underwear, pick something that promises support, comfort, and breathability. These are provided by cotton. Other than cotton, trunks made with spandex, modal and elastane are also superior choices. For Indian weather conditions, we recommend choosing cotton/cotton blends and modal undergarments for their superior wicking / moisture absorbent properties.
#6 - How Do I Understand That The Trunk Is Not Of The Right Size?
It's important to understand your waist size and buy men's trunks accordingly. When a trunk's waistband leaves marks on the body, it means that you’re wearing a size smaller. Before buying men's trunks online, be sure to measure yourself and check the size chart.