The Comfortable Boxers Co., For Freedom And Fair Prices

The Underwear Expert
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The Underwear Expert

July 3, 2015
6:00 a.m.

You always hear people say “you get what you pay for,” and it’s usually true, even when it comes to men’s underwear. But the Comfortable Boxers Co. – founded in 2014 – is all about giving you more for your money. Founder Mike Madrid believes men have been overpaying for quality underwear. That’s why underwear designed by the Comfortable Boxers Co. is made from super soft modal, and always sold at a friendly price less than 50% of luxury brand prices.

The Comfortable Boxers Co. is nearing the end of the pledge period for their Kickstarter campaign. The premier Kickstarter Collection includes a Navy Blue, Stone Gray, and Jet Black boxer brief, each with a simple design that stays true to the brand’s commitment to style and simplicity. The 90% modal blend gives their boxer briefs a smooth, flattering finish. A comfort waistband – free of text and logos – keeps the body-forming material in place. The material also gives the contoured pouch a silky kind of comfort any man is sure to love.

Model Tyler Bartel sure seems to love his Comfortable Boxers Co. boxer briefs. Photographer Jerrad Matthew lends his talented eye for the brand’s first official campaign. Tyler loses his pants and his shirt and finds himself in a concrete spillway. He models all three color variations from the Comfortable Boxers Co. Kickstarter Collection. All three look comfortable/casual, but stylish enough to come off as confident and handsome. Of course, Tyler’s body helps a little.

You can see more of Tyler Bartel and the Comfort Boxers Co. on The Underwear Expert.

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Photo Credit: Jerrad Matthew

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