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This is the latest in a series of posts by The Underwear Expert.
It’s a black pair of underwear that fits well and looks sharp. What more could you possibly want? We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: simplicity is a form of elegance. And with the Jet Black Modal Boxer Brief from Comfortable Boxer Co., you get an everyday pair of underwear so comfortable it’ll quickly earn its way into the front of your underwear drawer. The boxer brief is made from modal which is replacing cotton as the go-to fabric for making underwear. It’s lighter, softer and even more breathable. Another winning feature for our Editor’s Pick is the grey waistband that’s used to accent the underwear’s black body. The Underwear Expert has nothing against underwear that’s entirely black — we love it in fact — but the grey waistband gives this boxer brief the right amount of fashion sense to make it a smarter underwear option for any given day of the week.
The brand currently sells just three different pairs, with a second collection currently being funded through Kickstarter. But we aren’t complaining. Rather than bombard us with a barrage of underwear, Comfortable Boxer Co. sought to perfect what they do best – make comfortable boxers.
Judging from our exclusive photoshoot with Matt O’Brien below, our Editor’s Pick: Comfortable Boxer Co. looks best when paired with a black snapback turned backwards – and some serious, mouth-watering muscles. But unless you’re an underwear model, this isn’t acceptable daily attire. Pair your black Modal Boxer Brief however you want. Like we’ve said, it’s a versatile pair of underwear. It’s casual, simple and sharp. It can slide nicely under any shade of denim, chinos, etc. That being said, some grey or black jeans would probably look best. They can be your standard denim or something more modern with destructed or motto detailing.
You can see more of this photo shoot on The Underwear Expert.
Details will cease publication after the December 2015 issue—nobody buys magazines, nobody advertises in them anymore.
I preferred the old Details, which was a downtown bible. It was always so odd to me that it was so thoroughly re-imagined ... why not just do a whole new magazine? But they had good success with it for a very long time, so I guess I was wrong.