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Hollister Classic Trunk - free delivery £3.99
Hollister Classic Trunk - free delivery £3.99

Hollister Classic Trunk - free delivery £3.99

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Loads of styles and sizes available.

Classic

Low rise

Long length

Old man style etc

8% topcashback.

10% off student discount with unidays.

Free delivery at the moment as well.

56% Cotton, 39% Polyester, 5% Elastane

- deb8z

95% Cotton, 5% Elastane

Check the fabric composition as they are different.
- deb8z

102 Comments

Thank you for this! I checked online at around 6am but didn't state free delivery. Was hoping it was coming up soon. Thank you, my son needs a few new bits so this is perfect. Thanks

Thanks for posting ordered! Cheers b

Thanks OP Just ordered a bundle for my 4 sons.

Good stocking fillers, heated

Polyester in boxers? Urgh, bring back the full cotton ones!

Their last trunks I bought a couple of years ago were incredibly comfortable and warm.

Thanks for this.

Also get 10% student discount through Unidays

Thanks, very helpful op

Don't forget 8% TCB as well!!

dark_shadow

Polyester in boxers? Urgh, bring back the full cotton ones! Their last … Polyester in boxers? Urgh, bring back the full cotton ones! Their last trunks I bought a couple of years ago were incredibly comfortable and warm.



That fabric composition is terrible oO

56% Cotton, 39% Polyester, 5% Elastane

Cheers Op, got 3 pairs. Hot deal.

Thanks just ordered for my son

deb8z

That fabric composition is terrible oO56% Cotton, 39% Polyester, 5% … That fabric composition is terrible oO56% Cotton, 39% Polyester, 5% Elastane


There are lots of cotton ones!

Thank you good find :-)

Great find. Thank you

Thanks for this! Heat added! Nice to have some branded undies (for the ladies)

deb8z

That fabric composition is terrible oO56% Cotton, 39% Polyester, 5% … That fabric composition is terrible oO56% Cotton, 39% Polyester, 5% Elastane



mmmm.....sweaty crack!


Link not working, Which website are these from please?

Amazing thanks

No **** hole, that's why they're cheap! lol

many thanks - 3 pairs ordered

bluepeter147

Link not working, Which website are these from please?



Hollister themselves.

Thanks, bought 6 - got 4 of the active ones which are incredibly useful for training and travelling in warmer climates

dark_shadow

There are lots of cotton ones!



I'm not buying any,why does most underwear have the brand name around the waistband

These are very comfortable but I found that (with the vast majority of boxers) they gradually ride up my ample thighs and by the end of the day they've become some kind of pseudo g-string.

As far as cotton boxers go though, they're hard to beat.

Edit. just noticed the comment about active ones above - and just bought 6 pairs of those.

Get the active ones folks, they're the ticket!
Edited by: "djbenny1" 9th Dec 2016

thanks, 6 new pair of strides for the new year

Anyone who has worn both tell me if these compare with the stupidly expensive yet brilliant Calvin klein boxers? I've tried a few different brands & they're never as comfortable & don't seem to last the years that the Calvin klein ones do.

However I'm sure there must be a cheaper version of them that are just as good available somewhere.

deb8z

I'm not buying any,why does most underwear have the brand name around the … I'm not buying any,why does most underwear have the brand name around the waistband


sometimes ill get my scissors out and go for the frayed waist look, i think it will be big in february , watch this space, or just watch peoples waist's

djbenny1

These are very comfortable but I found that (with the vast majority of … These are very comfortable but I found that (with the vast majority of boxers) they gradually ride up my ample thighs and by the end of the day they've become some kind of pseudo g-string.As far as cotton boxers go though, they're hard to beat.Edit. just noticed the comment about active ones above - and just bought 6 pairs of those.Get the active ones folks, they're the ticket!


I just hope they're not slippery - really hate the riding up the thighs. I squat competitively, my thighs aren't quite proportionately to my waist, hate having to readjust all the time!

They should be nice for summer if they fit well.

FoxForce5

Anyone who has worn both tell me if these compare with the stupidly … Anyone who has worn both tell me if these compare with the stupidly expensive yet brilliant Calvin klein boxers? I've tried a few different brands & they're never as comfortable & don't seem to last the years that the Calvin klein ones do. However I'm sure there must be a cheaper version of them that are just as good available somewhere.


I have both, CK are just exceptional. I'm riding on almost 10 years for CK with lots of wear. I have the high rise hollister ones, they're incredibly comfortable for winters but they're getting bobbly from thigh rubbing - however, I don't think most people would suffer from this as much as I do.

Got 5 pairs for £13.97 plus tcb, had a 30% discount code from a previous order return gone wrong

£2.79 a pair and cashback can't complain

Thanks

Thanks, just ordered the active ones for the gym. Been after some for a while and can't moan for £4 a piece.

dark_shadow

I have both, CK are just exceptional. I'm riding on almost 10 years for … I have both, CK are just exceptional. I'm riding on almost 10 years for CK with lots of wear. I have the high rise hollister ones, they're incredibly comfortable for winters but they're getting bobbly from thigh rubbing - however, I don't think most people would suffer from this as much as I do.


so your an excessive thigh rubber then dark shadow,

If there's any women ordering these, just stop and read this.

These boxers, like many I've seen at the minute, for reasons I've yet to understand, have no buttons or flap at the front. Now, that's not a problem for women, but think about this from a male point of view for a moment.

You're out and about, and you need to use a public toilet.
You don't enter a toilet stall, as they're generally very dirty and you just need to enter your bladder, so you come across the almighty urinal.
Now, it's socially acceptable in male toilets to stand and urinate. However, it is NOT socially acceptable to drop your pants and your boxers to stand and urinate.

No access = no thanks!

dark_shadow

I just hope they're not slippery - really hate the riding up the thighs. … I just hope they're not slippery - really hate the riding up the thighs. I squat competitively, my thighs aren't quite proportionately to my waist, hate having to readjust all the time! They should be nice for summer if they fit well.



What do you mean by slippery?

I have about 10 pairs of the American Eagle equivalent to the active ones, I actually just checked and the material make up is identical (88%, 12%) so I expect they're almost exactly the same.

The American Eagle ones are a bit slippery to the touch (relative to cotton of course) but they never, ever ride up my thighs and you can wave goodbye to the old swamp ass as well! Great news!

kcajjones

If there's any women ordering these, just stop and read this. These … If there's any women ordering these, just stop and read this. These boxers, like many I've seen at the minute, for reasons I've yet to understand, have no buttons or flap at the front. Now, that's not a problem for women, but think about this from a male point of view for a moment. You're out and about, and you need to use a public toilet. You don't enter a toilet stall, as they're generally very dirty and you just need to enter your bladder, so you come across the almighty urinal.Now, it's socially acceptable in male toilets to stand and urinate. However, it is NOT socially acceptable to drop your pants and your boxers to stand and urinate. No access = no thanks!



Hey if you feel the need to drop your trousers and boxers to the floor at the urinal, that's your business.

I prefer to simply unfurl my colleague over the waistband - no biggy... I mean... real biggy...

fr33radicalls

so your an excessive thigh rubber then dark shadow,


Not as pleasurable as you may think.
kcajjones

If there's any women ordering these, just stop and read this. These … If there's any women ordering these, just stop and read this. These boxers, like many I've seen at the minute, for reasons I've yet to understand, have no buttons or flap at the front. Now, that's not a problem for women, but think about this from a male point of view for a moment. You're out and about, and you need to use a public toilet. You don't enter a toilet stall, as they're generally very dirty and you just need to enter your bladder, so you come across the almighty urinal.Now, it's socially acceptable in male toilets to stand and urinate. However, it is NOT socially acceptable to drop your pants and your boxers to stand and urinate. No access = no thanks!


Whip it out? oO

djbenny1

What do you mean by slippery?I have about 10 pairs of the American Eagle … What do you mean by slippery?I have about 10 pairs of the American Eagle equivalent to the active ones, I actually just checked and the material make up is identical (88%, 12%) so I expect they're almost exactly the same.The American Eagle ones are a bit slippery to the touch (relative to cotton of course) but they never, ever ride up my thighs and you can wave goodbye to the old swamp ass as well! Great news!


Just my experience with UA stuff is that they can roll up (mostly the shorts and underwear)

dark_shadow

Just my experience with UA stuff is that they can roll up (mostly the … Just my experience with UA stuff is that they can roll up (mostly the shorts and underwear)



Interesting - I actually did read about that problem with various active types but can 100% say it doesn't happen to me with the AEO ones. Fingers crossed for Hollister.

FoxForce5

Anyone who has worn both tell me if these compare with the stupidly … Anyone who has worn both tell me if these compare with the stupidly expensive yet brilliant Calvin klein boxers? I've tried a few different brands & they're never as comfortable & don't seem to last the years that the Calvin klein ones do. However I'm sure there must be a cheaper version of them that are just as good available somewhere.


Waistband in my Hollisters one lost its elasticity a lot quicker than Calvin Kleins.
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