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Product Specifications
Size Guide
Small, Medium, Large, XL
Material
Microfiber polyamide
Itch-Proof
Yes
Estimated Delivery
December 2016

Mili-Tech Boxers – Inspired by the Danish Military

The Mili-Tech Boxers are originally inspired by special boxers from the Danish military. Having been tested in the hardest conditions, these boxers are designed to give you the absolute comfort you desire. The boxers are made of a specially developed microfiber polyamide that is soft and has a silky feel to it. The remarkable performance features come with smooth and non-absorbent fibers that will transport sweat or fluids and keep you dry and comfortable for a longer span of time. Further, this means the boxers will not begin to smell, making them perfect for travel and an active lifestyle. The fabric regulates according to your body temperature so as to maintain the same average temperature at all times. As discussed before, the super soft texture of the boxers is so comfy that they will never feel itchy even if you use it for long hours or days. Due to the nature of the fabric, the further added elastane and endless hours creating the perfect fitting, these boxers will never ride up. They are tested to still look and feel like new after 50+ washes. Save up to 50% from future retail price on Kickstarter right now! You can also connect with the team on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram if required.

Mili-Tech Boxers – Inspired by the Danish Military
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Discovered on Dec 2, 2016, 4:00 pm EST
Discovered by Weston Lanpher
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