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Depend Underwear For Men - Maximum Absorbency
High-absorbency protective underwear for men. Looks & feels like regular underwear. Soft & stretchable.

Depend Underwear for Men (Maximum Absorbency) is contoured to fit a man. Resembling the look and feel of regular underwear, the material is soft and stretchable to fit individual body types. Depend for Men pulls on and off like real underwear, and the elastic legs are comfortable and offer added security against leakage. Super-Plus Absorbency is 80 percent more absorbent than Regular Absorbency; holds 26-28 oz of fluid.

Sizes:
  • Small/Medium fits waist sizes 34"-46"
  • Large/X-Large 44"-64".
AVAILABLE OPTIONS
Option Name Price Sale Price Availability
Small/Medium - Pack of $27.99 in stock
Large/X-Large - Pack of $27.99 in stock
Small/Medium - Case of $119.99 $89.99 in stock
Large/X-Large - Case of $119.99 $89.99 in stock
*Prices (including sales) and availability can change at any time.
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REVIEWED BY 5 CUSTOMER(S)
Product works fine
By: Tom
Product works fine. See above.
Better than the alternatives I have tried
By: Hollywood
The fit is very good and they don't leak even after a heavy flow.
They were not what my husband wanted
By: first lady
Go back to Super Plus absorbency in the color white
Reliable
By: BrocNose
If you have someone that needs to have some protection during the day- I would recommend this product.
Depends XL for men
By: snakeman
So absorbent that they never feel wet. I always argue that it's not time to change but I always lose the argument.