Jockey Men's Underwear, Modern Classic Full Rise Briefs 3 Pack

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Customer Reviews
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    Great product
    Dec 21, 2010

    Sized as described. Holds color during wash. Well made product - tolerate repeated washing well. Elastic waist band just right.

    Great product
    by Godzilla1 from Northwest USA

    Sized as described. Holds color during wash. Well made product - tolerate repeated washing well. Elastic waist band just right.

    golfergl
    Jun 21, 2010

    fit very comfortale. hold up in repeated washings. good product.

    golfergl
    by golfergl from redlands, ca

    fit very comfortale. hold up in repeated washings. good product.

    solid colors
    Sep 17, 2009

    I like the new line of Modern Classic Full Rise Brief's but would love the choice of purchasing a 3-pack of solid colors instead of having to get a pack of mixed colors. I like blue but have to buy black, etc. to get them. Why not offer lots of colors anyway just like Jockey used to do a long time ago. I think it culd be a new revolution in mens underwear if we had many more choices in colors. Also would like to see some of these packs in the Macy's store and not only online.

    solid colors
    by Wobbelt

    I like the new line of Modern Classic Full Rise Brief's but would love the choice of purchasing a 3-pack of solid colors instead of having to get a pack of mixed colors. I like blue but have to buy black, etc. to get them. Why not offer lots of colors anyway just like Jockey used to do a long time ago. I think it culd be a new revolution in mens underwear if we had many more choices in colors. Also would like to see some of these packs in the Macy's store and not only online.

    Excellent Fit and Support
    Apr 30, 2009

    I was pleasantly surprised. I got a pair of these as a bonus with the regular briefs from jockey. First off I wouldn't have bought these, becuase im not a big fan of any type of low rise or something simular. They are a great fit and great support and the matierial is very soft even after they have been washed. They feel like there not even on. I have purchased several 3 packs now. So anyone looking for great support without feeling like your wearing tight underwear, these are for you.

    Excellent Fit and Support
    by SoCAShopper from Orange County, CA

    I was pleasantly surprised. I got a pair of these as a bonus with the regular briefs from jockey. First off I wouldn't have bought these, becuase im not a big fan of any type of low rise or something simular. They are a great fit and great support and the matierial is very soft even after they have been washed. They feel like there not even on. I have purchased several 3 packs now. So anyone looking for great support without feeling like your wearing tight underwear, these are for you.

    Apr 13, 2009

    A modern slant on an old product. The additional features and new fabric make these a superior product. Excellent support and comfort all day long!

    by Lazybear from SW Virginia

    A modern slant on an old product. The additional features and new fabric make these a superior product. Excellent support and comfort all day long!

    Very Confortbable Underwear
    Feb 14, 2009

    This underwear is very confortable to wear daily. I only wear Jockey briefs.

    Very Confortbable Underwear
    by A779 from PA

    This underwear is very confortable to wear daily. I only wear Jockey briefs.

    This classic is better than the first
    Oct 02, 2008

    Have worn Jockey for years. Noticed that the typical classic brief had gone down in quality over the years. These "modern" classics fit better and are made like the old ones. Feel good too!

    This classic is better than the first
    by Tolly from DC

    Have worn Jockey for years. Noticed that the typical classic brief had gone down in quality over the years. These "modern" classics fit better and are made like the old ones. Feel good too!

    Very Good
    Mar 18, 2008

    Excellent fit/ergonomics, ideal rise. Having a 31 inch waist I found size 32 okay but somewhat baggy/oversize in the back as the fabric stretched during normal wear after each laundering. Going down one size to 30, however, resulted in an excellent fit, without excessive stretch of the waist elastic and no excess fabric in back, nor binding tightness. As with any brief that rightly offers an accurate form-fit, its styling and design are best suited for and flattering on bodies in good-to-excellent physical condition, i.e., not too noticeably overweight/flabby/doughy. There are other styles appropriate for such physiques. Materials quality is quite good. The cotton fabric has good stretch and retention for not being a Lycra blend, the white/blue-trimmed (on both black and white versions of the garment) 1-1/8" wide waistband elastic appears to be of first quality and of the latest microfiber construction, with good resistance to rolling over (flabby bodies may have other results, of course) for its gauge. After several washings and high-temperature dryings I've noticed no problems with the elastic; there's nothing "cheap" about it. The vertically angled reinforcement bands to either side of the central front "column" seem to provide some structural connection and support between the waistband and leg openings, subtly helping to make for a more comfortable fit in front as well as distributing the vertical load on the waistband; whether this was intended or if this feature was only for styling purposes, I'm not sure. Leg openings are fully and gently elasticized, at just the right elevation on the thigh with no gapping in front. As for the front, my personal preference is for a fully horizontal (H-front) fly configuration but the "inverted Y" design is superior to the "traditional" vertical/side entry style found on the typical brief (only my opinion, of course). Nice attention to detail on the inner (upper) panel of the fly; not only is the edge finished with piping similar to the leg openings, it is arched (rather than straight as in the original "Classic" Jockey brief), allowing for easier access without an increased tendency towards gapping and perhaps making for a smoother appearance. Apparently, the main advantage to the "inverted Y" design is its natural tendency (not perfect) to form a seamless pouch/cup-like area without the darting as seen in the inconsistent and apparently in the process of being phased-out "Jockey Pouch" line. The "Modern Classic" brief offers this feature, better than any non-darted brief I've worn. The first generation Jockey Pouch brief, c.2001-03, before it inexplicably went high-rise like a body-stocking or tube of fabric around one's mid-section had been the best-fitting, most comfortable and functional underwear I'd known. I would like to see a blend of the best features of that garment with this one. The cotton-Lycra-blend fabric content and darted, supportive H-front (before the fly was dropped an inch or so too low) and maybe, too, the wider waistband of the Pouch line combined with the Modern Classic's excellent fit (including the best rear fit/coverage yet; with essentially no "ride-up"/bunching without having the bulky-feeling low-cut, square seat style of the later versions of "Jockey Pouch" brief) could quite possibly result, finally, in the ideal/optimal brief. ...Asking Jockey to return its manufacturing to the USA is probably asking for too much. Overall, a good looking brief with attention to detail in stitching, etc. high and consistent, though I've noticed on some leg opening bands (when positioned on outer sections, especially noticeable) a lump where it appears fabric or elastic was gathered and joined internally somehow. Looking forward to basic colors other than just black, i.e., heather grey, charcoal grey, "steel", blue, etc. (I can do without prints, patterns and garish colors) and wider distribution (not even found in all Macy's retail outlets). Packaging, while denoting a product of superior quality, is a heavy plastic, not widely (if at all) acceptable for recycling and therefore an unnecessary environmental burden. I put some time into this--so, are you listening Jockey International?

    Very Good
    by Reviewer27 from USA

    Excellent fit/ergonomics, ideal rise. Having a 31 inch waist I found size 32 okay but somewhat baggy/oversize in the back as the fabric stretched during normal wear after each laundering. Going down one size to 30, however, resulted in an excellent fit, without excessive stretch of the waist elastic and no excess fabric in back, nor binding tightness. As with any brief that rightly offers an accurate form-fit, its styling and design are best suited for and flattering on bodies in good-to-excellent physical condition, i.e., not too noticeably overweight/flabby/doughy. There are other styles appropriate for such physiques. Materials quality is quite good. The cotton fabric has good stretch and retention for not being a Lycra blend, the white/blue-trimmed (on both black and white versions of the garment) 1-1/8" wide waistband elastic appears to be of first quality and of the latest microfiber construction, with good resistance to rolling over (flabby bodies may have other results, of course) for its gauge. After several washings and high-temperature dryings I've noticed no problems with the elastic; there's nothing "cheap" about it. The vertically angled reinforcement bands to either side of the central front "column" seem to provide some structural connection and support between the waistband and leg openings, subtly helping to make for a more comfortable fit in front as well as distributing the vertical load on the waistband; whether this was intended or if this feature was only for styling purposes, I'm not sure. Leg openings are fully and gently elasticized, at just the right elevation on the thigh with no gapping in front. As for the front, my personal preference is for a fully horizontal (H-front) fly configuration but the "inverted Y" design is superior to the "traditional" vertical/side entry style found on the typical brief (only my opinion, of course). Nice attention to detail on the inner (upper) panel of the fly; not only is the edge finished with piping similar to the leg openings, it is arched (rather than straight as in the original "Classic" Jockey brief), allowing for easier access without an increased tendency towards gapping and perhaps making for a smoother appearance. Apparently, the main advantage to the "inverted Y" design is its natural tendency (not perfect) to form a seamless pouch/cup-like area without the darting as seen in the inconsistent and apparently in the process of being phased-out "Jockey Pouch" line. The "Modern Classic" brief offers this feature, better than any non-darted brief I've worn. The first generation Jockey Pouch brief, c.2001-03, before it inexplicably went high-rise like a body-stocking or tube of fabric around one's mid-section had been the best-fitting, most comfortable and functional underwear I'd known. I would like to see a blend of the best features of that garment with this one. The cotton-Lycra-blend fabric content and darted, supportive H-front (before the fly was dropped an inch or so too low) and maybe, too, the wider waistband of the Pouch line combined with the Modern Classic's excellent fit (including the best rear fit/coverage yet; with essentially no "ride-up"/bunching without having the bulky-feeling low-cut, square seat style of the later versions of "Jockey Pouch" brief) could quite possibly result, finally, in the ideal/optimal brief. ...Asking Jockey to return its manufacturing to the USA is probably asking for too much. Overall, a good looking brief with attention to detail in stitching, etc. high and consistent, though I've noticed on some leg opening bands (when positioned on outer sections, especially noticeable) a lump where it appears fabric or elastic was gathered and joined internally somehow. Looking forward to basic colors other than just black, i.e., heather grey, charcoal grey, "steel", blue, etc. (I can do without prints, patterns and garish colors) and wider distribution (not even found in all Macy's retail outlets). Packaging, while denoting a product of superior quality, is a heavy plastic, not widely (if at all) acceptable for recycling and therefore an unnecessary environmental burden. I put some time into this--so, are you listening Jockey International?