|$12.99 - $19.00
The Women's Give-N-Go Full Cut Brief by Ex Officio. 17 countries. 6 weeks. And one pair of underwear. Okay, maybe two. This underwear is up for the challenge. Engineered with Aegis Microbe Shield and unbelievably quick-drying, Ex Officio Give-N-Go is ready for odor-free, active adventuring.
The Give-N-Go® Full Cut Brief from Ex Officio features a lightweight, quick-drying, breathable, and low maintenance fabric that inhibits odor-causing bacteria. With a full-coverage cut and exceptional comfort, you can bring along a few of these pairs, instead of a suitcase full of traditional underwear.
Fiber Content: 94% nylon, 6% Lycra spandex.
Country of Origin: Imported
With an excellent fit and easy stretch, you may find the ExOfficio Give-N-Go® Full-Cut briefs are the only briefs you'll want to wear.
|Best Uses:||Backpacking, Camping, Everyday, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking, In-Transit, Lounging, Outdoor Work, Paddle Sports, Resort, Stay Dry, Urban Exploration|
|Fabric:||Give-N-Go Stretch -- 94% Nylon / 6% Lycra Spandex.|
|Give-N-Go Stretch:||94% Nylon, 6% Lycra Spandex|
|Material:||94% Nylon / 6% Lycra Spandex|
|Ex Officio Give-N-Go Lacy Full-Cut Briefs||$5.83 - $22.00|
|Ex Officio Full Cut Brief||$9.90 - $17.99|
|Ex Officio Give-N-Go Lacy Lu Full Cut Brief||$7.99|
I invested in buying all Ex-officio underwear - over the past 3 years - both these and the "boy short" - I purchased about 16 of them, in many colors - both those shown here and others that have since been discontinued.
They are extremely comfortable and stay dry, as well as drying fast - overnight - when hand washed.
However, I have found that these just don't do very well over a longer period of time being washed in a home washing machine, even on delicate cycle - (the upright kind of washer, not the new High Efficiency kind) - and then being placed in a full-heat dryer, with the rest of my underthings. I've had to replace them as they faded and became stretched out from the washing/drying process.
I think these are well made, but the "technical" fabric is just not up to every-day wear and frequent washing. I would buy these for travel and other special uses - but for the expense - I find that much less expensive 3-to a package for $10 cotton full-cut or boy-cut underwear is just as comfortable - and fine as long as I have access to a washing machine. I'm saving the ones that are still in decent condition for travel - about 4-5 pair - and the others that are still left have to be thrown out over the next 6 months as they get to the point where the fabric loses its shape to the point of becoming uncomfortable. Best of luck with your holiday shopping!
I love these underwear. They are soooo comfortable and dry soooo fast. They are super soft, non-binding, and hand washable. They stretch and give with every movement. You don't even know they are on. I wear them every day. I chose the full-cut briefs because my hiking gear are all waist high (as opposed to hip-huggers. On the trail I can simply pull everything down and everything up in one swoop. Important when you are trying not to get caught in the "act". Plus, even little dribbles don't smell. They hand wash well. Even blood washes out. Of course, I love the black ones best as they never look dirty. Just so you know, the bikinis are made out of the same material as the full-cut briefs.
The ad on the package says something like 16 countries, 90 days and 1 pair of panties (well 2). That is because these are great travel undies. They keep clean and comfy through long active trips and dry quickly when washed, so I believe the statement could be very true. They are ideal for a trip if you are a minimalist packer like myself. I have 4 pairs for a month long trip into the jungle where they will be used exactly as intended and used well! I strongly recommend these undies for anyone who likes travel but not packing, or just likes very low maintenance undies.
Took three brands to Belize for variety of outdoor adventures. These performed the best. I could live for weeks/months on three pair. Well worth the price. I like the beige ones best, since they don't show through light colored pants and shorts. They washed clean, after sliding down muddy slopes that really ground the dirt into them. They ran a bit big in the butt for me, so I might buy a size smaller next time.