Basic Man/Woman Underwear Review January 2021

Basic Man Woman Underwear

If you are trying to avoid stores to limit your exposure to COVID-19 or just hate shopping for necessities like underwear, then a monthly subscription like a Basic Man/Woman underwear box could be the answer to simplify your life.

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How the Basic Man/Woman underwear subscription box does work is that you’ll get three pieces per shipment that includes boxer briefs or panty, socks and a T-shirt top. If you pay ahead for the entire year, the price is just $19.99 with no extra charge for shipping within the United States. Of course, you can order by the month for $24.99 with free USA shipping. Shipping worldwide is also available and varies according to location.

Some companies don’t take their packaging as seriously as others and just send items in a box without any further protection from the weather. However, Basic Man/Woman underwear arrives in a poly mailer bag to better guard against the weather along with each item in separate plastic bags. I don’t know how your delivery people are, but I have retried some packages that were soaked or left in puddles that caused a mess.

The quality of Basic Man/Woman underwear box is quite nice for the low price you pay such as what the January 2021 assortment. All you need to do is to take a look at this latest box.

The Basic Woman box brought a white camisole T-shirt with spaghetti straps. It has great stretch to it due to 95% bamboo viscose and 5% elastane in the fabric. Next, there was pair of nude bikini panties made of 87% nylon and 13% spandex. The socks for this month were nude low-cut with some white and aqua stripes made from 80% cotton, 17% polyester and 3% spandex. My only complaint is that I wished the women’s panty had cotton to it, especially the crotch area.

The Basic Man box contained a soft, blue-gray toned T-shirt that was 60% cotton and 40% repreve recycled polyester. The boxer-briefs were a darker blue-gray made of 95% bamboo viscose and 5% elastane. The socks were striped gray and blue with 81% combed cotton, and 12% repreve recycled polyester, 5% polyester, and 2% spandex. My guy really does like the fit as well without being too restricting, tight or just bagging up.

You may be hesitant about ordering an underwear subscription box like Basic Man/Woman, but the items are soft, comfortable and do launder up well. What else can help is reading my last month’s review can also give you more clues. Check this underwear subscription out and see for yourself what a nice deal it is.


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