Undz Underwear


I was away on a business trip when my new undies arrived, but was so excited when David showed them to me on Skype.  From far away they had a really nice looking cut, great color (a very subtle purple) and fun design.  David told me that he was far less impressed with them in person.  On returning home, I’m a little less impressed, but not totally disappointed.

Upon wearing the 95% Cotton, 5% Spandex briefs, my first thought was comfortable and actually not bad looking, but David noticed that they were asymmetrical (the vertical lines outlining the crotch were different lengths), and said they looked cheap.  When I looked in the mirror, I had to agree, the lines were different lengths and gave a very uneasy feel to the look.  Besides that, the waistband lettering is uneven (and you’d think the Undz part of the name would be front and center, but it’s the Org that sits over the crotch), and overall they look like they were bought off of the bargain rack after not passing inspection, they have that “as is” look to them.

Where the UndzOrg undies excel is in price.  At $4.99 each (available in purple, grey, blue, white, pink, green, and black), the price is what you’d expect to pay for a pair of bargain brand underwear.  Just as a side note: the website is awful.  Incorrect grammar, spelling, and it’s just offensive in how little it seems the company thinks of their customers.


  • Price
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  • Choice of colors


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  • Looks cheap









Daily Wear




*OUT of 5*


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Posted by Keith



Undz Boxer Brief

There are so many amazing underwear manufacturers coming out of Canada that I was extremely curious and excited to have an opportunity to evaluate a recent boxer brief released by Undz.Org.  Just to add some context around Undz, the company focuses on only two styles of underwear; boxers and briefs and only in solid colors.  The intent is to offer trendy, low cost, and colorful men’s underwear. They also pride themselves on the fact that they offer a 30-day return and exchange policy on items that are unworn and have the original tags attached.  Perhaps more surprisingly is the fact that all underwear is priced at $4.99!

This particular pair titled, “apple green” is offered as both a boxer and brief.   The classic boxer brief is designed to provide additional coverage around the leg and additional support around the waist by incorporating a Spandex waistband.   The materials consist of 95% cotton and 5% Spandex, which are washed again and again by the manufacturer to assure color quality and size control.

I’m not a huge fan of the apple green color, but overall it works just fine and the company name printed across the waistband adds a little stylish pop to the solid color boxer.  They do offer them in other primary colors such as light blue, black, purple and grey that work much better.   Clearly these are no nonsense underwear at their finest but for the price, you can’t beat it; especially in this economy.

I found this pair to be extremely comfortable, well-constructed and provide a high quality of materials and definitely represent practical and fashionable underwear.   I wore these all day and not once found them uncomfortable or even realized that I was wearing a boxer brief.   While I’m not overly excited about another plain boxer, I was impressed by the quality and price point.   I would encourage you to check out their website to determine for yourself.

Personal scoring as follows:

Fit: 5.0
Materials: 5.0
Construction: 5.0
Look: 3.0
Daily Wear: 4.5
Overall: 4.5

This boxer brief was provided by Undz.Org and can be purchased directly from their website at the following:

Editors Note: sell their undies for $4.99 for each pair!