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Moisture Wicking Underwear For Men | Everyday Use

Updated on January 9, 2015

Moisture Wicking UnderwearFor MenBoxers, Briefs, Socks, T-Shirts & MoreQuick Dry Underwear

ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer
ExOfficio Men's Give-N-Go Boxer

Ex-Officio Moisture Wicking Boxers

Moisture wicking underwear are truly the best

These fast drying moisture-wicking boxers are the most comfortable I've found. Great elastic on the waistband helps them stay put. The Aegis Microbe shield keeps down bacteria (and associated smells) so they won't embarrass on a hot day. Wear them, and you will swear by them.

What is moisture wicking underwear?

How is moisture wicking underwear different?

Moisture-wicking underwear is one of the leading new high performance technologies in textiles designed to remove moisture away from the skin. This is the result of the use of some amazing new fibers and fabrics made from them. Some of the fabrics repel water and moisture, while others attract water and moisture. When these two fibers are woven in a process called intimate weaving, the result is a hybrid fabric which absorbs moisture next to the skin, and the moisture wicked from the inner surface is then drawn away from the skin to the outside surface. The fabric is then able to accelerate evaporation from the surface of the fabric into the air. The fast drying cloth has an outer layer which is aid to be hydrophyllic (attracts water). The outer layer has multiple meshes. The meshes are defined through the outer layer. The inner layer is said to be hydrophobic (repels water). It is made of a synthetic fiber and is bonded to the outer layer.

Moisture wicking underwear is the newest evolution in menswear!

Comfortable fast drying Accessories for Men

Moisture wicking underwear technology has been years in development. Numerous dedicated inventors and designers observed, then worked tirelessly to confirm the dramatic improvement in performance over previous underwear available for men and women. Cotton fabrics absorb water, but hold on to it. Wool is warm even when wet wet, but who wants to fight with itchy underwear? Thermal underwear is warm, but only Moisture Wicking Thermal Underwear excels in keeping you dry and warm.

Moisture Wicking Briefs

New technology moisture-wicking Briefs for the active man. Really fat drying so you don't have to wait.

What Else can Moisture Wicking Underwear do?

But wait, there's even more?

We take great efforts to avoid, reduce or eliminate body odors. Even with frequent showering and covering our bodies with antiperspirants and colognes, we still risk unpleasant odors despite our best efforts to avoid offensive odors.

Another outstanding benefit of the moisture wicking underwear technology is the advantage of a special treatment to provide antibacterial properties to the fabrics. Less smells from your socks , shirts, underwear, and all. Anybody want an end to smelly socks? Does less smelly sock mean less smelly athletic shoes too? Sounds like a great plan to me.

Now you can also get the newest microfiber moisture wicking underwear with anti-microbial technology combined with the wicking properties to help eliminate and control body odor.. Another important feature has recently become available. Now ,you can also get this incredible high performance moisture wicking underwear technology with UV protection. This means that the fabric is treated with a coating of special UV blocking in that provides extra protection from the sun. As an added benefit the UV treatment also helps prolong the life of the moisture wicking feature.

No matter which Moisture-Wicking Underwear you choose, you will be impressed with the amazing comfort, the ease of maintenance, and how quickly they become your favorites.

Which Moisture Wicking Underwear For Men Did You Choose?

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    • endamclarnon profile image

      Enda McLarnon 

      4 years ago from Belfast, Ireland

      Anything that can keep sweat away from your skin and wicking underwear is one great way of doing just that..good information here

    • MartieG profile image

      MartieG aka 'survivoryea' 

      5 years ago from Jersey Shore

      My husband bikes (long distance) and these would be great.

    • squidoopets profile image

      Darcie French 

      5 years ago from Abbotsford, BC

      Athletic guys must really appreciate this underwear :)

    • gottaloveit2 profile image


      5 years ago

      Moisture wicking underwear is a necessary thing, particularly in winter when hypothermia can set in.


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