This article was published on April 19th, 2011
LA fashion designer, Andrew Christian has recently released the spring 2011 FlexSoft collection featuring their signature Show-It technology and super soft modal fabric.
The spring boxer brief collection is the same style as the previous, but it comes in two different colour patters.
The FlexSoft boxer briefs are made from modal; a bio-based fibre made from reconstituted beech wood chips. The result is a material that has luster, strength and the drape of natural silk.
Modal is an ultra soft fabric which maintains it’s shape long-term and resists shrinking and fading. It is excellent for wicking moisture away from the body, up to 50% more absorbent than cotton, making it ideal for exercising and active lifestyles.
For those who travel a lot, modal has anti-crease properties and dries quickly. To ensure they last a long time, it is recommended to hang dry. Machine washing is ok.
The rounded rear seam of the crosses the backside, making it visually appealing and sporty, but also providing comfortable grab and lift to the buttocks.
The hidden “comfy cup” (Show-It technology), is a horseshoe shaped inner cup, lined by soft elastic that gently aids in the lifting and support.
These are incredibly comfortable men’s underwear. Before wearing these underwear, carefully cut off the washing instructions tag.
FlexSoft boxer briefs are a top pick this spring by Top Drawers, located at 1030 Deman Street in Vancouver, or from anywhere in the world from their website.
Top Drawers is a specialty men’s fashion retailer located in downtown Vancouver. Since 1992, Top Drawers has been providing Vancouver with the latest in fashion and designer underwear, swim-wear, casual shirts, pants, shorts and accessories. Top Drawers launched their first online retail store in 1998 and today ships to customers from around the world. Top Drawers has been named one of the top three men’s clothing retailers in Vancouver by West Ender Newspaper. Top Drawers is expected to launch an easier to use and customer-friendly website and e-store this spring.