Written by: Megan Chase

The luxury American fashion label who makes men’s underwear, socks, swimwear and watches, released a new collection it calls, 24. 2(x)ist was founded in 1991 by Gregory Sovell and headquartered in New York City (NYC). The new collection comprises boxer briefs extended in length for everyday use.

The line is fitted with 9-inch outseams, making them the longest boxer briefs the company has ever had. Binded in the legs and longer in length ensure the boxer briefs will stay put, giving the wearer all-day comfort. A tag-less waistband paired with the Original Contour Pouch, give 24/7 guaranteed comfort.

The 24 collection comes in three styles; Modal (95 per cent Modal, 5 per cent Spandex), Pima Stretch (95 per cent Cotton, 5 per cent Spandex) and Tencel (96 per cent Tencel, 4 per cent Spandex).

Modal comes in cobalt blue, black and varsity navy, while Pima Stretch is available in black and pro blue and Tencel can be purchased in lead and black. All styles are to be machine washed in cold and are available in sizes small, medium, large and x-large for $30 a pair.

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