Amazon’s Having a Huge Calvin Klein Underwear Sale Today. Time to Stock Up.

As far as we’re concerned, a man can never have too many pairs of underwear. It doesn’t matter if you’re wearing jeans, workout shorts, or just your favorite sweats (in true 2020 fashion), you’re never really fully dressed without a fresh pair of undies on. But while underwear is a basic everyday necessity, it’s also one of those things you never buy until every pair you have is covered in holes. So don’t be that guy. Instead, get a head-start on your inevitable restock by shopping the assortment of Calvin Klein styles on sale via Amazon now.

In case you didn’t get the memo, Calvin Klein makes some of the best men’s underwear on the market. Always has, always will. After all, there’s a reason everyone from Justin Bieber, to Djimon Hounsou, to Mark Wahlberg has worn them. With a number of different silhouettes and super-soft materials to choose from, Calvin Klein’s signature product tends to feel more like a second skin than a constricting piece of fabric. And while the brand’s underwear starts out pretty reasonably priced to begin with, now’s your chance to save even more.

So, which styles to buy? If you want undies that can withstand the test of time, check out the brand’s cotton pairs. (Since cotton is known to resist piling, wrinkling, and shrinking, they’ll hold up nicely after every wash.) And if comfort is a priority, the brand’s modal pairs will feel oh-so-cozy against your skin.

As for cut? Well, that all boils down to personal preference. While briefs offer a snug, bunch-free fit, boxers offer all the coverage of those aforementioned workout shorts, sans any of the mesh. Whichever you pick, there are no wrong choices. Because when the prices are this low, nothing should come between you and your Calvins.

Kelsey Mulvey is a freelance lifestyle journalist, who covers shopping and deals for Marie Claire, Women’s Health, and Men’s Health, among others.

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