The pair of underwear I am reviewing is the Seven7 Long Boxer Brief in gray with skulls as a pattern.  The charcoal gray fabric is a nice color with black skulls as the pattern.  The trunk has a contrasting silver waistband with Seven7 written in cursive centered above the pouch.  The waistband has a metallic sheen to it and the pouch is slight, but stretchy.

After trying them on, the waistband is comfortable at nearly two inches in width.  The slight pouch was conforming and defining with a nice wide stitch running the length of the pouch from the waistband to the crotch.  While this is a boxer brief, it is called a long boxer brief with the length of the legs being quite a bit more towards the knee than regular boxer briefs.  There is no fly in this boxer brief which makes it more like a trunk for me.  The boxer brief was pieced together in multiple pieces to create the pouch and rear to provide a better fit and make it more conforming.  The seat is one panel, but it seems to be contoured to fit close to the skin.  The pouch seems to really just function as an area to put the goods with no real lift or major support.  Like most boxer briefs I have tried, I feel like I have to pull the boxer brief up really far on my stomach to make the crotch of the underwear hit the crotch of the body.  This boxer brief comes in several colors and patterns that most anyone would enjoy.  This is my first pair of Seven7 underwear and I enjoyed them, but would say they would be a nice replacement for guys who wear the boxer briefs that are available in multipacks at department stores.

While wearing this pair of boxer briefs, I went about my normal Sunday morning, a late lunch, and shopping over a couple of hours period of time with lots of sitting, walking, etc.  After the morning was over, I arrived home and completed various tasks around the house both inside and out.  It was a typical day for most guys, I suppose.  The pair fit well, looked nice, did not bunch up, and did not ride up.  This pair of underwear would be good for wearing under shorts or loose fitting pants as I wore them under tighter clothing and I definitely knew I had them on due to the fabric thickness and composition.  I would not consider wearing it as workout wear.

I received a size large in this boxer brief.  This size should cover a 34-36 pant size.  Sizing was true to size as I am a large in the vast majority of underwear.  This pair can be found for 9.50-15.50$ on most websites and in stores.

I enjoyed the color combination, the metallic silver waistband, the skull pattern was fun, and the way the pouch fit.  93% Cotton and 7% Elastane fabric combination makes this a stretchy and conforming pair of underwear that I enjoyed.  This boxer had nothing major about it that I could complain about.  I did find that the waistband is going to ride high if you pull the underwear up so that the crotch will hit your crotch area.

Overall, this was a good pair of underwear and I felt comfortable while wearing them.  The design is conforming to the body and creates a nice profile from the front and the rear.  I enjoyed this boxer brief and look forward to wearing it again.


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  • Daily Fit – 8
  • Sizing – 10
  • Construction/Materials – 9
  • Styling – 9
  • Daily Performance – 8
  • Overall – 8.8

Seven7 furnished these for review.

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Tim is the founder and editor of Underwear News Briefs. He has been an avid underwear fan since the age of 14! He founded UNB in 2008 and has continued to broaden his underwear love over the years

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