Tested tough is Columbia’s slogan, I can say after 240 miles of running, hiking and backpacking that the new Performance Stretch Boxer Briefs are tough. They show no wear, and remain super comfortable. The only nitpick is that they get funky when wearing them for multiple days. Read on for my final update.
April 6, 2017
I have done my best to break the Columbia Performance Stretch Boxer Briefs over the past two months with over 125 miles of backpacking, running and general wear. They have been supremely comfortable, continue to look brand new, and for the most part are funk free for the first couple days of continuous use. Read on for my full update!
Underwear – everyone, well most everyone, wears it but we don’t often talk about what we are wearing. However, make the wrong choice in underwear and it can ruin a hike or run. Columbia thinks they have the answer with their new performance line of underwear. I have the good fortune to review their new line of Performance Stretch Boxer Briefs. Read on for my initial thoughts.
Because in the past month, we have had an above average rainfall, I have worn the Blood’N Guts shirt primarily off-trail. I have worn it almost everyday except when I was working on roofing my house. To read more.
I now have been wearing the Columbia Blood N’ Guts shirt for about a month and it is performing better than I expected. I have worn the shirt on 4 local hikes, 5 hikes in the Franconia Notch area of New Hampshire, and almost everyday for other activities.
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