What about the waistband?
Not all waistbands are created equal. You know it when you go through your daily motions. Your waistband could be clawing and pinching into your sides, or chapping or chafing you. Or, it simply may be announcing itself at inconvenient times.
You don’t have to live like this. We have some solutions.
The wide men’s underwear waistband. It’s meant to look fashion-forward (companies often sew their brand name right into it. That extra elastic contours, helping to slim you down. On jockstraps, wide waistbands are very supportive and look super-retro.
The men’s microfibre underwear waistband. It’s a departure from the traditional elastic waistband, made with fine filaments so that it’s more breathable. It’s softer to the touch, and often smoother and even more stretchable than elastic.
Tani USA uses a patented men’s underwear waistband designed to be the best men’s underwear waistband on the market.
The low-rise men’s underwear brief: if you notice your underwear peeking out and saying hello at inappropriate times (like in the office), try a low-rise men’s brief. The waistband here is located well below the navel. It’s often wider than the actual briefs but meant to stay out of sight when worn with traditional trousers.
The mid-rise men’s briefs underwear. They sit a bit lower than your traditional men’s briefs, with the waistband located about two inches below the waistline (not as low as low-rise). In most pairs, you have the option to pull the waistband up as far as the navel.