On more than one occasion, the opportunity to read about Buck Naked underwear from Duluth Trading Company has presented itself here in this column. The reason for this is simple: Buck Naked undies are pretty sweet. For the same reason, you now have the pleasure of reading about the other Buck Naked coverings.
Duluth Trading Company’s diamond-knit material is ideal as a base layer for both tops and bottoms. The combination of lightweight nylon (93%) and spandex (7%) make for a base layer that keeps you cool when it’s hot and warm when its cold. To think this is achieved by some sort of sorcery wouldn’t be unreasonable, but it is probably a bit more realistic to think of it as better living through chemistry.
In addition to the Briefs, Boxers, and Boxer Briefs, you can get Buck Naked in crew and v-neck tee shirts, tank tops, and as pants (think long johns). As luck would have it, I’ve had the opportunity to get Buck Naked from head to toe and I am happy to report that all of it is simply super. The minor fitment issues that knocked a star off the review of the Boxer Briefs isn’t an issue at all with this cadre of undies. The shirts, in particular, are a cut above their cotton competitors. The lightness of the material paired with the antimicrobial treatment makes for a shirt that is almost imperceptible to wear and one that will not stink if you happen to leave it on for the duration of a long, lazy weekend. Also, unlike cotton, Buck Naked base layers do not get stretched out or lose their shape when pressed into service for long periods of time.
As with everything I’ve tested from Duluth Trading Company, these Buck Naked base layers are beautifully made and definitely made to last. For more information, or to make a Buck Naked purchase, click here.
**Full disclosure: This collection of underwear was provided at no cost for the purpose of testing/reviewing. To think otherwise would be silly.