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Costco exofficio give n go boxer brief 3 pk $24.99

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Costco exofficio give n go boxer brief 3 pk $24.99

Edit: This is Chino Hills Costco, CA
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Created 02-15-2018 at 03:14 PM by 6766
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What location tho. So far not all Costcos have them.
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Looks like this is going to get posted every time a new store gets them.
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Do they have size small? they tend to run very large
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Do they have size small? they tend to run very large
Click on op's pics.
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Small and no XXL? Is this really Costco?
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I really am mature but can someone please tell me the real reason they are called "give n go" because I am cracking up like a lil kid over here with a picture in my mind! LMAO
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Something's happened with ExOfficio quality control since the last time I bought these same briefs. The material now feels different. They also looked beat up after just two times wearing them, particularly around the "middle" area. Thank you, Costco, for giving me the privilege of returning used underwear. I won't be buying these again.
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So, this same deal last month was a "Frontpage Deal" - and now has a Negative score?
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So, this same deal last month was a "Frontpage Deal" - and now has a Negative score?
The deal last month was for online purchase. Costco doesn't offer this item online right now. Certain warehouses have stock while others do not.

FWIW, I just came back from the Costco near San Francisco International airport. They still have M,L, and XL in stock. I bought the last small pack.
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Something's happened with ExOfficio quality control since the last time I bought these same briefs. The material now feels different. They also looked beat up after just two times wearing them, particularly around the "middle" area. Thank you, Costco, for giving me the privilege of returning used underwear. I won't be buying these again.

I don't know what the opinion of Hanes is on SD but I bought two types and had two different experiences, one of which was the same as yours. I bought their Hanes Ultimate or Premium or something cotton boxers and they looked like crap after a wash or two. Their sports boxer briefs, Xtreme I think it's called, have been fantastic after dozens of washes.

They are expensive, but the boxer briefs I've grown to love are the ones from Under Armor. And Adidas. It seems the polyester/nylon blend really holds up well to washes and is a good bit more comfortable than cotton.

I guess it all depends on the person but UA and Adidas seem to not only be more comfortable but also last a hell of a lot longer for me. UA had their boxer jocks for $12 a pair at some point and I stocked up on a few of them.
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I really am mature but can someone please tell me the real reason they are called "give n go" because I am cracking up like a lil kid over here with a picture in my mind! LMAO
I don't know, but they really should change the name. I hear good things about these but it always makes me think of an obese middle-aged man trying to squeeze into a pair of shorts that are too small--not exactly the image I'm looking for.
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I really am mature but can someone please tell me the real reason they are called "give n go" because I am cracking up like a lil kid over here with a picture in my mind! LMAO
Because "cum n go" was already taken.
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Not sure why the thumbs down. Costco in Livermore, CA, had ~288 in stock last week. Only 2 colors (gray, black). There were at least 10 boxes of size S. I bought 2 boxes of S.

Costco isn't able to tell you the quantities for each size. However, the higher the quantity, the higher likelihood you'll find the size you want.
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