New Balance Underwear for men is as tech-forward, lightweight, and stylish as the brand’s super-popular Minimus Zero running shoes. The Lifestyle and Essentials collections include boxers, boxer-briefs, and undershirts made of absorbent cotton or polyester and designed with your active, sporty lifestyle in mind. For wet and wintry activities, the brand’s Compression series features snug-fitting wind briefs, shirts, tanks, and stretch pants made of a polyester-elastane blend to keep you warm and dry. The high quality and design of New Balance’s chic performance underwear shows just how far the brand has come since 1906, when William J. Riley founded the company under the name New Balance Arch Support Co. and limited its output to flexible insoles. Now one of the U.S.’s most prominent athletic brands, New Balance offers a full line of men’s, women’s and kids’ clothing and shoes. Whatever your sportswear needs, New Balance has got you covered.
From understated briefs to colorful socks, there's plenty here to refresh (or restock) your underwear drawer from some of your favorite brands like Calvin Klein, Emporio Armani, New Balance, Wall + Water, and more. The best part? These basics fit even better than they look.
New Balance kicks may be a favorite of runners everywhere, but the brand's apparel is every bit as good as its footwear. From boxers to performance trunks to base layer crewnecks and more, there’s plenty here to help you nail the transition from cubicle to squat rack.
Much like their shoes, New Balance underwear and socks give you the high performance support and comfort you need when hitting the weights or grabbing that last minute pick-up game. Featuring a slew of boxer briefs, trunks, and tees, you’ll be sure to keep dry and comfortable no matter what the activity.
New Balance may be a perennial runners' favorite, but recent years have found the brand upping the style factor as well. Just check out this array of running shoes, apparel, and casual kicks—all in a wide range of color combos. It’s just the thing to stay sharp, no matter whether you’re working out or hanging out.