Soffe Men’s Running Short,Black,SMA

Soffe Men's Running Short,Black,SMA

  • Liner Brief
  • Inside key pocket

The Soffe Adult M020 Military Ranger Running Short features 100% nylon tricot, 100% nylon brief liner, inside key pocket, and covered elastic waist.
Price: $ 14.99

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  1. Ryan Gibson says:
    1,043 of 1,091 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If you’re a real man, you’ll wear these, December 10, 2012

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    I am a United states Marine stationed in Cairo, Egypt and let me tell you, these shorts are the best thing to happen to me since the creation of democracy. Nothing screams freedom like your bits and pieces being gently cradled by these justice inducing booty shorts while your downstairs mix-up is thrust into the face of every angry protester and nut job you see as they grimace with jealousy. I especially love to duo these buttocks displaying power pants with a skin tight American flag tank-top. If you love bald eagles, freedom, and flexing your quads at strangers for the simple pleasure of gauging their reaction, then i highly encourage you to hop on the freedom train and purchase these shorts. They do not disappoint.


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  2. Old Qwfwq says:
    247 of 264 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    For the shy nudist, April 30, 2012
    Old Qwfwq (Los Angeles) –

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    Let’s put this out in the open first, since many of the negative reviewers are getting their shorts in a bunch over it– the Soffe men’s running shorts are short. Very short. Even their product description on Amazon says as much: “This running short is cut to a small 2.25 inches inseam for the seious runner looking for a true training fundamental.” (In case you’re wondering, a “seious runner” is a runner who likes to be seen, and so, one who is not afraid to show the lower ridges of his cheeks even if there’s some shrubbery growing on them. And a “true training fundamental” is a fundamental who’s engaged in a program to train him to handle the truth; I’m not sure why the seious runner is looking for such a fundamental.) If your decorum prevents you from tawdry displays, your time is better spent not purchasing these shorts instead of buying a pair and then complaining about it, though I am not one to slam the cathartic powers of self-righteousness.

    I bought two pairs of these shorts about ten months ago, and I’ve used them for running on & off since then. They are so thin and light it’s easy to forget they’re actually on. In fact, much to my surprise, I seem to have them on right now. They’re great for writing reviews, but they’re even better for running. I have used my Soffes in two running capacities. On scorching summer days, I wear them on their own. And on moderate-to-cold days, I wear them over compression shorts (which challenge my modesty on a more frontal end). That’s right! These Soffes shield AND flaunt! If that’s not versatility, I don’t know what is.

    The nylon fabric is gauzy and silky, not quite moisture-wicking, but quick to dry nevertheless. After weekly runs in the washer and dryer, the fabric is starting to pill in places; however, given how thin it is, I expected there to be gaping holes in the nylon by now. The fabric’s integrity remains strong, even if mine degenerates in such wear.

    There have been complaints about the absence of drawstrings; for me, that’s a plus, since elastics have always been plenty strong to keep shorts up. Drawstrings end up dangling and bouncing, and I don’t want any dangling and bouncing in the groin area while I run. The waistband elastic remains as strong and comfy as the day I bought the shorts. By the way, my waist size is usually 34, and the Soffe medium shorts fit just right.

    There’s a key pouch tucked under the front elastic, just big enough for a single key (unless your front door requires a skeleton key, in which case you should first change your locks and then start running). Don’t count on stuffing your smartphone or a baby kangaroo in the pouch, let alone keys on keychains. The pouch is minimal. There may be room for a key and a quarter, in case you run too far, buoyed by this feeling of unbearable lightness, and you need to call a cab home. Tip re key: if you place your key tip downward in the wee pouch, it’s likely that the up/down tapping will tear an opening in the fabric, as one reviewer experienced. Instead, place the key bow-side (i.e. handle-side) down.

    Now go, run, show the world your hidden talents.


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  3. 68 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EMBRACE THE SILKIES!, August 25, 2013

    If you have not experienced these shorts, they will change your life. Whether you’re looking for a short for running, working out, or even every day underwear, GET THESE SHORTS! They have a long standing cult following in the U.S. Marines Corps, and even have their own fanpage on Facebook with thousands of devoted followers ([…] Do your running shorts have a facebook page? I doubt it.

    There are plenty of reviews for these shorts, but I wouldn’t feel right if I didn’t help support them like they’ve supported me over the last 15 years. It does take a certain kind of courage to wear these shorts in public, but even if you don’t rock them alone, they’re the best choice for a daily undergarment, especially in the summer heat/desert combat environment.

    These are $11.24 right now and prime eligible for free shipping. Even if you buy them direct from Soffe, they’re $12.99 plus shipping. These used to be sold on base for 8 bucks a pair, but even now if you can find them at your exchange, they’re $12.

    They last forever. I think I still have a couple of my original pairs from the 90’s. The elastic never wears out, and they hold up pretty well under all sorts of conditions. One word of caution though, keep them away from velcro. They are made of nylon, so they do snag and can get “runs” in them. Of the dozens of pairs that I’ve owned, the common failure after several years of constant wear for me is the inner liner, but this is usually after 60+ daily wears plus running, swimming, etc. Some of mine have discolored in chlorine, and if you wear them often in the sun, they will fade to a nice salty seafoam color. They look great on guys and gals. In fact, most of my female Marines prefer them for running.

    The biggest difference between these shorts and a lot of the competition is the nylon material, the waistband, and the option of only 3 manly colors on Amazon (Soffe also makes a Gun Metal version). The waistband is not the typical elastic waistband that you might be used to. It’s VERY thin and comfortable on these shorts. It will also last you a long, long time (I can’t ever remember having the waistband fail on me). The nylon tricot material actually seems to be hard to find these days in other running shorts. Most of today’s shorts are made out of the so called “dri-fit” polyester or microfiber. In my opinion, the dri fit shorts are great, but the waistbands are always thicker, and the shorts themselves just are not as comfortable as these, especially if you’re wearing them under something else. These shorts, like others, advertise a key pocket, but I never felt confident using it, and if I had to take a key with me, I think threading it through my laces is a better option anyway.

    Here’s some product info and an accurate sizing chart so you can say my review was helpful:

    -Adult size
    -100% lightweight nylon tricot
    -Running short
    -Liner brief
    -Inside key pocket
    -2 – 2¼” inseam on all sizes
    -Covered elastic waistband
    “Ranger Panties”


    My two cents: you can be at least 2 inches over the recommendation for each size. Enjoy!


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