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Wearever® Men's Super Incontinence Briefs offer twice as much protection as our Classic Incontinence Briefs. With the same comfort, style and reusability the Wearever® brand has always delivered, these reusable incontinence briefs are both an economical and reliable alternative to disposable incontinence products. These Super Briefs are good for 200-250 washes and are easy to machine wash and dry.
Wearever® Men's Super Incontinence Briefs are a soft, comfortable, cotton/poly jersey alternative to disposables. Our Agion™ antimicrobial fibers eliminate the bacteria that cause odor. These briefs come with waterproof outer layer to prevent leakage and also provide you with double protection giving you double the confidence these will help you get through your day.
Our Unique-Dri™ pad is sewn in to trap liquid while giving you all day protection. There are no inserts or disposable pads required in this super absorbent incontinence briefs. This pair of briefs comes with a fly-front jockey styling and are twice as absorbent as our Wearever® Men's Brief M-1. This specific pad was made longer and thicker for extra protection.
50% Cotton, 50% Polyester Body. 50% Rayon, 50%Polyester Pad. 100% Polyester Liner.
- Agreed...AWESOME PRODUCT!! Review by LMP9693
I'm 28 and a high school baseball/cross country coach who does a lot of running and working out. I also happen to suffer from daytime and nighttime urinary incontinence. Since I was just a young kid, I've never been able to fully control my bladder. My parents attempted to potty train me when I was 2-3 but I didn't take. My doctor ultimately diagnosed me as having an irreparable bladder defect. To this day, I rarely go more than a few hours without spontaneously wetting my diapers or underpants.
Since I was so young and had never been able to wear just regular underwear, having to wear diapers was not a big deal to me...and I wore strictly disposable diapers until I was 12 or 13 and entered junior high. Because I played several sports and had to change in the locker room, I knew wearing diapers during the day was no longer an option. So my parents began buying me absorbent pads which I inserted into my white Hanes/FOTL briefs. However, since my wetting has always been worse at night, I would still put on a normal disposable tape-up diaper before bed. While my family and closest friends knew of my problem and that I wore diapers, it was still complicated and sometimes difficult to hide it from others.
When I got to college, I started searching for an alternative to buying absorbent pad inserts. In reading several online discussion forums, one product kept popping up...Wearever absorbent briefs. I Google searched and actually found them on Amazon, so I bought 2 pairs to see how they fit, felt and worked. I'm thoroughly impressed with how absorbent they are and how they feel around my crotch, waist, and bottom. They fit exactly like my normal white briefs and don't require me to readjust the absorbent pad as I used to do. I also no longer have to worry wetting during the day and soon after having to change my absorbent pad...when I'm wet, the super-absorbent pads built into these briefs hold a lot more. I love that they are reusable and hold up very well after multiple washes. I now own several pairs and wear them during the day underneath my street clothes and coaching/workout clothes. When changing clothes in front of the other coaches, all they see is that I'm wearing white briefs or "tighty whities" and of course they don't notice when I actually may have wet in them during practice.
Though I wish I didn't suffer from incontinence problems, I actually like and don't mind wearing disposable diapers and always wear Tena tape-up diapers (I'm not a fan of pull-up style diapers) around the house and when sleeping. Maybe because I've worn them all my life, I just feel more comfortable and confident when I'm wearing a diaper. But during the day, I don't wear anything but these Wearever absorbent briefs and I encourage other guys with similar problems to use them as well. (Posted on 12/5/2015)
- Great item!!!!! Review by Chuck
- awesome product Review by Matt 90
Matt (Posted on 3/21/2012)
- Glad I found this product Review by Jim495
- great Review by dan oneill
- Interesting, but flawed Review by Titan415
I assumed that was the case with the Eversures Men’s Brief as well, and so I ordered it to give it a shot. I was (mostly) wrong. Not that that’s all bad.
The underwear is true to size, so order the same size you would with regular underwear, but the integrated pad is not only thick, but pretty stiff, which really affects the fit. These may fit like underwear, but you won’t forget for a moment what they really are and what they’re used for.
But thickness aside, I think the most interesting feature of the pad itself is the width and length. That’s a single feature, right?
The pad must be 4 or 5 inches wide, and gives you full coverage up front--all the way up to the waistband--and halfway up the back. I only wish us men could get that kind of coverage in disposable pull-ups.
But pad size and thickness doesn’t necessarily translate into reliability and leak resistance. If you’re a “flooder,” you’ll find two key flaws: no standing leak guards to hold in fluid while the pad absorbs it, and a pad that was designed to accommodate a completely fake and superfluous “fly” in the front. The pad narrows there, and that’s where I leaked. I suspect you will too.
So it’s not perfect. But here’s the thing: it’s still better than every other reusable men’s underwear product I’ve found. The HealthDri undies are a joke; the DriBriefs are good for little very, very small leaks, but have absolutely no protection past the crotch; and the Salk “Sani-Pant” effort is just far too clinical/institutional to fill the same niche as these.
So, while they’re bulky, and they will leak if flooded, I suspect that anyone with a slow drip or stress incontinence will do quite well with these. With all of those caveats, I will recommend these. (Posted on 9/2/2011)
- Very Good Product Review by Ted
- just great Review by eszone
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*All Measurements are Hip Measurements
|Cotton Comfort (L100)||35-37"||38-40"||41-42"||43-44"||45-48"||49-51"||52-55"||55-57"||57-59"||59-61"||61-63"||63-65"||65-68"|
|Super Panty (HDL100)||35-37"||38-40"||41-42"||43-44"||45-48"||49-51"||52-55"||55-57"||57-59"||59-61"||61-63"|
|Max. Absorbency (HDL200)||35-37"||38-40"||41-42"||43-44"||45-48"||49-51"||52-55"||55-57"||57-59"||59-61"||61-63"|
|Banded Leg (L17)||35-37"||38-40"||41-42"||43-44"||45-48"||49-51"|
|Lovely Lace Trim (L109)||35-37"||38-40"||41-42"||43-44"||45-48"||49-51"|
|Nylon & Lace (L123)||35-37"||38-40"||41-42"||43-44"||45-48"||49-51"|
|Lace Trim & Cotton (L10)||38-40"||41-42"||43-44"||45-48"||49-51"||52-55"|
|Seamless Full-Cut (S100)||32-36"||36-38"||38-41"||41-44"||44-47"|
*All Measurements are Waist Measurements
|Classic Briefs (M100)||30-32"||34-36"||38-40"||42-44"||44-45"||46-48"|
|Super Briefs (HDM100)||30-32"||34-36"||38-40"||42-44"||44-45"||46-48"|
|Max. Absorbency (HDM200)||30-32"||34-36"||38-40"||42-44"||44-45"||46-48"||50-52"||54-56"|
|Boxer Briefs (MBB100)||30-32"||34-36"||38-40"||42-44"||44-45"||46-48"|