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    Senior Member Rapturee's Avatar
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    indeed. RDL is my next stop if the Corbin doesn't pan out well... :{)
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    Senior Member melensdad's Avatar
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    I have 3 pairs. I do not believe they are worth the cost.

    Not saying they don’t work. They do help. But at the cost I don’t believe they provide enough benefits.

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    Senior Member Hank's Avatar
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    I have had good luck on a recent trip with Duluth armachillos, the bullpen corral kind. Note there are two kinds of armachillo from Duluth. I found this kind far superior.
    https://www.fuelly.com/motorcycle/honda/nc700x_dct_abs/2015/oklahomahank/621000]

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    Senior Member Rapturee's Avatar
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    Good to know Hank, thanks. I see Duluth is also running a %15 off right now and offer 1yr returns if you don't like them or feel they don't work well for you! I have a new Duluth store that just recently opened up over in Spokane Wa that i may just have to go over and visit haha. :{)

    Men's Armachillo Bullpen Boxer Briefs | Duluth Trading Company
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    1. I didn't read the whole thread.
    2. I'm cheap.
    3. A few months ago I discovered the Fruit of the Loom micro-stretch boxer briefs at Malwart. Moisture-wicking, microfiber, thin and slippery, 92% polyester/8% spandex, no noticeable seams, $17 for a 5-pack.
    Bought them just before picking up my new bike and riding across Arizona and New Mexico in June; 105 in the desert and I was cool. Unlike cotton, zero sweat or moisture down there, totally cool and dry. If I felt hot I'd stand for 30 seconds and get immediate cooling.
    Five stars, these are great with zero negatives and cheap too. I've worn them all summer and love them, couldn't be more comfortable no matter what you're doing/riding. My new favorite summer briefs. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Men-s-Mic...Pack/415891559

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