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Men's briefs are designed to be comfortable, breathable and durable. What they are not designed to do is hold fluid discretely in case of an accidental discharge.
However, the Confitex Men's Brief with Fly is an incontinent underwear is able to just that. Its light absorbency allows for up to 25 mL's of fluid to be discharged while still maintaining a dry state, giving men the comfort and freedom to move around without having to look for a restroom.
The brief's triple-layered padding starts with an initial layer made of an advanced fiber lining. The lining takes the moisture from the discharge and transfers it away from the affected area in order to keep the underwear dry. The second layer is where the high-absorbency material lies, absorbing and retaining the moisture to prevent leaking. This also allows the wearer to be discrete dispite the accidental discharge of fluid. The final layer is waterproof, stretchable and breathable for the wearer's protection and comfort.
Different from the closed version, these briefs have an opening in the front for added convenience. This opening still has the protective layers on them, allowing the underwear to protect against discharges and offer an opening when you make it to the restroom.
The brief is available in grey only; however, comes in seven sizes for a proper and comfortable fit.
Confitex Men's Brief with Fly Features and Benefits
- Protects Against Accidental Discharges of Fluid
- Has an Open Fly for Convenient Restroom Use
- Triple-Layered Padding for Extra Protection
- High-absorbent Middle Layer Retains Fluid Without Leaking
- Keeps You Dry by Transferring Fluid Away from the Initial Area
- Able to Hold up to 25 Milliliters of Fluid
Confitex Men's Brief with Fly Specifications
- Manufacturer: Confitex
- absorbency: Light (5-25 mL's)
- Product Materials
- Extra Small
- Extra Large
- 2X Large
- 3X Large
- Color: Grey
- Made in China
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Confitex Ships Free Yes
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