Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3
Rated 4 out of 5 by Aseries Working for me for seven years.
After a radical prostatectomy the problem of incontinence leakage becomes a real concern. Lucky for me my condition is minimal but protection is still required. Pads and chintzy paper underwear did not work for me. I ran across specialized underwear searching the Internet. It was effective but expensive. I have been using Haband for a number of years with mixed success and I stumbled onto INSTADRY. They are not perfect but still the best solution for me at a reasonable price. I discovered the best combination is the polyester mid-length one size too small. I only hope Haband keeps them in stock.
September 10, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by iiRanger Poor Design
Love the insta dry fabric, sturdier than cotton, BUT the pad is also covered with this water/leakage resistant fabric and leakage runs off and onto your trousers. ROTTEN design. The inner panel to catch leaks needs to be covered with cotton or if the nylon, then a large grate so the leakage can get into the pad easily and not run off onto your trousers. I would not recommend these to anyone with leakage problem. Regular "shorts" a bit pricey. Thank you.
October 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer accidental scholar
NO ONE WANTS TO TALK ABOUT THIS but, for radical prostate cancer survivors, the short-but necessary-battle with incontinence is part of getting on with your life. These britches accomodate any of a number of absorbent pads while providing a barrier to leakage. Cost-wise they beat Depends (tm) hands down (even at costco prices). I recommend you try them.
December 13, 2012