About Comfyballs

How it started:

Comfyballs are Norwegian-designed boxer briefs. Product development started in Oslo in early 2012 and was driven by the lack of functionality and innovation in men’s underwear. No boxer briefs on the market provided enough support, particularly not during physical activity and sports, and we realised there was an opportunity for significant improvements. We stumbled a bit at first with tricky solutions that were difficult to mass-produce. After much trial and error and a series of prototypes, we finally achieved our goal and found the ultimate fit. Through our journey, we have incorporated the things that work and thus created the comfiest boxer briefs the world has ever seen.

What makes Comfyballs so comfy?

Comfyballs are fitted boxer briefs sewn with flatlock seams in super-soft fabric, for superior comfort and breathability. The front of the boxer, PackageFront®, is designed to keep the package in place while lifting away from the inside of the thighs, preventing too much heat to develop around the scrotum. This is the key to optimal comfort. Fitted panels combined with innovative and unique use of elastic in fabric seams take the user experience to a completely new level!

The future

We have been through several changes and we have listened to our customers. What our customers want and what they expect is what motivates us to always think laterally, adapt when needed and keep our promise to deliver the most comfortable boxer. As a result, we have designed 2 brand new boxers, Performance – that is excellent for workouts, and Wood – an environmentally friendly option. At the same time, we always push the boundaries with models like Superlight. What we design in the future depends on what our customers want. There was, for example, a growing demand for comfortable underwear from our female customers, which is why we have launched a special range for women called Comfy.

Washing Instructions (temperatures in Fahrenheit)

40 degrees Celsius (105 Fahrenheit), normal program. Wash with similar colors. Avoid softener.

All Comfyballs boxers have heat printed washing instructions inside of them.

Fabric and quality

We use incredibly soft micro-polyester in all of our waistbands. We also use flatlock-seams for all seams that come in contact with the skin to avoid irritating the skin. Comfyballs currently come in three different fabric combinations;

Cotton: 92% cotton / 8% Lycra®: We use a special type of cotton, single jersey, ca 200 gram per square meter. The cotton fibers are combed before they are turned into string. This is done to eliminate all impurities and small imperfections within the fibers. By doing this we make the fabric extremely soft, durable and comfortable. In combination with 8% DuPont Lycra® this results in a fabric that has great breathing ability and comfort. A perfect boxer for all purposes all year round.

Performance: 84% Coolmax® All Season / 16% Lycra®: Our top-of-the line model that is created with hollow and flat artificial fibers. This results in both fantastic transportation of liquid and heat. The Performance-model was originally intended for exercise, but has become a favorite by many for all types of use. The fabric is both soft, light (185g per square meter) and extremely durable. The fabric dries extremely quickly as the liquid is transported away from the skin. The fabric does not contain Polygiene or other additives.

Wood: 45% cotton / 45% Lenzing modal® / 10% Lycra®: By includingLenzing Modal® we are capable of creating underwear with an amazing cooling effect combined with extreme softness. Lenzing Modal® is spun with cellulose from Austrian beech-trees and manufactured through a very environmentally friendly process. In combination with 10% DuPont Lycra this results in our softest boxer ever made!

Production

Our products are manufactured in Turkey and we make certain to provide excellent working conditions. All of our products are 100% Oeko-Tex certified. The standard ensures that the products and production is free from substances that may be toxic or hazardous. Read more about the Oeko-Tex standard here.