Emporio Armani Boxer Trunks Black, was £25, now £11.75 delivered @ Zavvi - HotUKDeals
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Excellent price for Armani boxers. By far the cheapest on the web. Be quick though, this is the deal of the day.
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Priced @ £22 at Asos
Priced @ £17.89 at sendit
Also available at theHut for £11.75
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#1
http://images.asos.com/inv/X/98/891/923906/Black/image1xxl.jpg
#2
Why so expensive for a pair boxer shorts? Are you paying £10 extra for the logo?
Are you supposed to walk around the streets and show people you wear Armani underwear? ;)
#3
Common Sense
Why so expensive for a pair boxer shorts? Are you paying £10 extra for the logo?
Are you supposed to walk around the streets and show people you wear Armani underwear? ;)


Its what you pay for designer, logo is a part of that...ladies with taste do like men who wear nice underwear so gets my thumbs up! :thumbsup:
#4
Brilliant pic!! PHWOAR!!!;-)
#5
axxxr
Its what you pay for designer, logo is a part of that...ladies with taste do like men who wear nice underwear so gets my thumbs up! :thumbsup:


I agree, I'm sure the lady wouldn't want to see that you're wearing a pair of £2 boxers from Primark :thumbsup:
#6
livingthelife07
I agree, I'm sure the lady wouldn't want to see that you're wearing a pair of £2 boxers from Primark :thumbsup:


You mean Primark isn't a designer label? Still, £12 for a pair of undercrackers is steep - and if she was a lady she wouldn't be looking . . .
#7
I'm a lady with taste but I'm also a lady that doesn't want to pay £25 for a pair of underpants!
#8
axxxr
Its what you pay for designer, logo is a part of that...ladies with taste do like men who wear nice underwear so gets my thumbs up! :thumbsup:


Because they have a label, why are they nice?
Out of interest what is the price limit? £50 for pants, £100? £1000? At what point is the "label" not worth it?

I thought the woman is more interested what's inside the pants!:p
Does size matter or price, or neither, or both?
#9
axxxr
Its what you pay for designer, logo is a part of that...ladies with taste do like men who wear nice underwear so gets my thumbs up! :thumbsup:


ladies with taste? chavi girls with no taste u mean !!
#10
Good deal. Love the negative comments. lol.
#11
Having a penchant for good underwear and socks myself , I have come to the conclusion that they are all generally a waste of money as they all fade in colour, material weakens with each wash all just like any other pair of undercrackers from the high street and on top of that not all women, those with or without taste, go nuts over a designer label on a pair of boxers.

Most under wear is made in the same place China or similar places of cheap labour yet the buyers are paying for the over rated endorsements of celebrities to advertise the brands. Take this away and you have the same cost of a pair of boxers from a normal high street retailer. None the less 11.75 is a good price if you are comparing the before and after price but still the value is in the eyes of the beholder.

What do I wear Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, YSL, Armani and the odd no name brand from the high street; for me personally the no name brands tend to be more comfortable and last just the same.
#12
i dont agree that expensive underwear is not worth the extra

paying rrp on expensive branded underwear is stupid. but paying 3 to 4 times of cheap underwear is worth it

i have bought m&s autograph range underwear before and it 2 or 3 times the cost of their cheapest range but it is so worth it. the fitting is better, it looks good even after washing it many times as it keeps its colour and shape. also the material was high quality cotton and was great on the skin

i have had similar experiences with CK underwear as well and from a purely monetary viewpoint they are worth paying extra for (i.e. best prices found on hduk) as they last longer, give a better fit and that is even before you take their brand names into account
#13
boroborn1983
ladies with taste? chavi girls with no taste u mean !!


Whats 'Chav' about it?

I personally dont like the big logo on these, but a nice pair of undies (designer or non) is always a good thing..

Still curious as to whats Chav about a pair of armarni boxers though.. Perhaps a Primark pair is far less 'Chav' !??
#14
Common Sense
Because they have a label, why are they nice?
Out of interest what is the price limit? £50 for pants, £100? £1000? At what point is the "label" not worth it?

I thought the woman is more interested what's inside the pants!:p
Does size matter or price, or neither, or both?


Yes & no. In that order!

Its only the same as fellas wanting to see their ladies in nice lingerie. We like to see our fellas in nice underwear too .. well I do.

My fiance has a few pairs of designer boxers.. the C.K's do nothing for me (they also have the brand written all over the waistband), where as the other ones, the ones without the logo all over are a great fit and show off his body lovely....
The others, just from department stores or picked up whilst grocery shopping arent v exciting(!) and theyre left for just everyday wear and do nothing much for me.

The more expensive ones just seem to fit and look better :thumbsup:
#15
Oh forgot to mention the various styles of Burberry boxers I have are the worst I have ever come across certainly do not match up to their price tag nor fit good. Ok not all designer items are bad but these Burberry are exactly what causes me to say that the pricey items aren't always what they are made out to be.
#16
simplyjimbo
Oh forgot to mention the various styles of Burberry boxers I have are the worst I have ever come across certainly do not match up to their price tag nor fit good. Ok not all designer items are bad but these Burberry are exactly what causes me to say that the pricey items aren't always what they are made out to be.


Burberry - now that does conjure up images of chavs! It's the woollen undercrackers that are the worst, or maybe nylon ones (remember Jim in the Royle Family?
"A pound for a pair of underpants and I've got 50p up my ar**) ha ha!
#17
hdizzle
http://images.asos.com/inv/X/98/891/923906/Black/image1xxl.jpg


Heat just for the nice picture.....mmmmmmmmm made my day:whistling:
#18
With all the comments and blown-up pics of ladies lingerie, I'm pleased the ladies have got something to look at--don't want to be accused of being sexist do we ? On reflection though, I'm sure what's on show for us men is more exciting than what's available for hetero ladies to perv at ??
#19
Nikki999
Whats 'Chav' about it?

I personally dont like the big logo on these, but a nice pair of undies (designer or non) is always a good thing..

Still curious as to whats Chav about a pair of armarni boxers though.. Perhaps a Primark pair is far less 'Chav' !??


i didnt say the boxers were chavi il think ul find !! :whistling:
#20
blodnik
Burberry - now that does conjure up images of chavs!


The chavs wouldn't look at twice the ones I have as they have none of the Chav Burberry print, they are plain non de script type so no good to them as they do not stand out
#21
now £17.95 - Thursday night price....now back down (excuse the pun) to £12.99

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