Review: Frank Dandy Paper boxer-brief
Hi everyone! I’m the new UNB reviewer/writer, Brad. For my first time out, I have test-driven a pair of Frank Dandy Originals boxer-briefs. Overall I really like them–good fit, comfortable cut, very comfortable fabric blend. They are a really comfortable pair of underwear.
The Frank Dandy Originals boxer-brief is a normal boxer-brief trunk cut made of 95% cotton and 5% elastane. The elastic waist band is black with “Frank Dandy” in white lettering around the waist. The boxer-brief is white with “Frank Daddy” in multicolored stenciling all over the boxer-brief.
I test-wore the boxer-briefs a couple of times to make sure I had a good idea of how they would perform while I was at work, the gym and just out and about. I was very pleased with how well they performed. At times it was like I wasn’t wearing anything at all! Very comfortable to sit in all day (with or without other clothes on…), even when traveling in a car in Georgia’s humid spring heat! I was a bit concerned with the gym since in my experience boxer-briefs tend to bunch up during crunches and cardio. To my surprise, the Frank Dandy Originals stayed perfectly in place during my entire workout with no irritation at all! Just like when I wore them through a normal day, it felt like I was wearing nothing at all at the gym. Add to that they are easy to maintain: throw them in with your colored laundry on a cold wash, then stick them in the dryer and you’re done.
On the whole I had very few complaints about these boxer-briefs. The first complaint I had was that they were a bit looser than what I was expecting. I prefer my briefs and boxer-briefs to be nice and tight on me and these were a smidge too loose. But this is a very minor complaint. My major complaint was the styling on the boxer-briefs. I felt at times like I was wearing a “happy birthday” banner as my underwear because of the bright, multi-colored Frank Dandy logo stenciled all over the white of the Originals. It might have looked better if there had only been a couple of colors used in the stenciling, but five bright colors were a bit much. That said, in the scheme of things these are fairly minor complaints.
These were furnished for review by Kingston Lounge Now for review.