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- men's sport briefs have an athletic style for ultimate mobility
- front pouch briefs with contoured H-fly for no-gap security
- moisture wicking fabric helps keep you cool
- plush back waistband with a green, signature Jockey® logo
- low rise men's brief underwear style offers full coverage
- Jockey® men's briefs come with a 100% satisfaction guarantee!
I've read others reviews of the fly fabric being too long to make it functional. I tried the fly today and I would agree that it is long, but it's long for a reason. The long fabric makes it a little awkward to pull it out, because you have to reach down in there, but it keeps it from falling out of the fly when you don't want it to. I've tried other briefs with a horizontal fly and it would come out of the fly all by itself and could have caused some embarrasing and uncomfortale situations.
Overall, I like them and I will buy more. I really like the white with the white and green waistband.
I bought some and found that the photo on the package, (and this website) doesn't look much like the product in the bag.
The photo shows a reasonably well proportioned fly starting about 2.5 inches below the waistband. It also shows the leg holes starting about 2 or so inches below the waistband.
The product I got had the fly starting barely an inch below the waistband and the legs were highcut, about 1 inch below the waistband.
I think this highcut leg is the reason some of us are finding that the front panel is not wide enough to cover properly.
The high fly, and low inner panel amount to over 4 inches of overlap. The word Guillotine comes to mind. The overlap should be 2 inches maximum.
If I am right that would explain why some people love it and some hate it. Right now, I hate it.
I would suggest the the designers grab a pair of the original pouch briefs, and use that set of measurements and proportions to fix the fly on this new style, (including the trunk and the other styles since they have the same problem with the fly,) and ensure at the manufacturing plant actually cuts the pieces the right size, and not just sews together whatever comes down the line.
When 43 people have such radical swings in opinion on the same product, it tells me that this product is not being made the same all the time. I have run into the same problem in the past with Jockey Pouch. After the first 5 years the quality and cut began to get erratic, and then they changed the styling completely and I stopped buying them.
I am running out of choices with Jockey, Please get your products sorted out.
I wish I could refer you to something else, but unfortunately, we have nothing else quite like it. It was unique (which no doubt also explains your determination to find it amid our array of other products).
Meanwhile, we will pass your feedback on to our merchandising and sales staff as products are often brought back when consumer demand is great enough.