This past spring, I had the opportunity to try a new designer of men's underwear, Jake Joseph. At that time, I wrote a review on the Jake Joseph boxer brief. The boxer brief was a classic, elegant look.
Today's review is on the Jake Joseph Trouser Boxer. This boxer, like their boxer brief, is a fresh modern twist on a classic design.
Fit: The overall fit of the boxer is a tapered version of the traditional boxer. The qualities you'd expect of in the fit of a boxer are there: comfortable, free hanging feel, soft cotton, easy waistband. The double snap elastic waistband not only adds additional functionality, but adds to the retro look as well. The seat is the modern twist that I appreciated most. While I generally like the feel of a boxer, I dread wearing them under jeans as the material tends to bunch up too much. With the Jake Joseph Trouser Boxer, they tapered the seat just enough to still give you the comfort of the boxer without adding all of the extra material you don't need. In addition to the tapered seat, I was pleasantly surprised to find a seamless seat as well.
Style: A modern twist on a retro look. The boxers provide a handsome, masculine style.
Fabric: The Jake Joseph Trouser Boxers are made from a high quality 100% cotton fabric. After a number of washes material and color was well maintained.
Quality: As I found with the boxer brief, quality is quite evident in their material selection and craftsmanship. These are certainly a higher end product.
Overall, I was quite please with what I found. As a young brand, I would expect them to be around for quite some time.
To purchase these and find out more about the Jake Joseph line, check out their website at www.jakejosephco.com. Here, you will also find a list of stockist for in-store purchasing.
Menswear Review Ratings
Size I Wore: M (I’m a 34″ waist)
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