I can find boxers of various materials such as latex, spandex, nylon, cotton, merino -- now I am totally lost for the reasons to pay about 30 times more for Merino boxers. I am more interested in the material so I may find a cheaper alternative with different name to "bicycle pants". I am particularly interested in products that moves the moisture out and sure marketing like you do not need to clean them sound interesting but not sure whether just marketing (that way I would not need to carry too many extra pants).
Please, help me to find some proper cycling pants/boxer/things.
Those merino boxers you linked to aren't cycling nicks, they're just
underwear. You'd still have to wear somethign over the top of them. If
you're spending any time in the saddle I'd suggest a proper pair of
cycling nicks - with a chamois. That said, I got some cheap merino
thermals at Aldi, and they're great. Warm in the wet, but not sweaty
like lycra. You can even machine wash them.
I accept this comment, to get this question away from unanswered list. I will remove this if the original commenter makes the comment as answer. I think the comment/answer is good because it cuts the marketing facade into issues such as proper pair of cycling nicks (with a chamois) and machine-washing -- and needless to get some XYZ -branded merino [wf]-ools, even discounters offer proper ones.
I have 3 pairs of Pearl Izumi standard black cycling shorts. They are a little expensive (for my tastes) -- a basic pair runs about $75-100, depending on where you buy it -- but they wear pretty well. The oldest pair (which is beginning to come apart and is now just "backup") is about 8 years old and has probably has the equivalent of 5K miles on it (in addition to wearing them while cycling I wear them in the gym on days when I use an exercise bike).
On a week tour I generally carry all 3 pair, and use the two better ones each 3-4 days without washing (with the 3rd as backup, as I said). (I typically limit washing of the shorts to no more often than once a week anyway, since washing causes more wear on the shorts than riding in them, and I'm that cheap.) I will rinse out a pair if they get exceptionally sweaty (and dry them on the back rack while riding) but that doesn't happen too often.