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Are you familiar with Allbirds? You know, the guys making wool sneakers and running shoes from sustainable and recyclable materials? Well, they just debuted a new product line, boxer briefs for men. As we would expect with a new release from an in-demand brand, the new Allbirds Trino Boxer Briefs are selling out fast.
So why should you spend more money on one pair of Allbirds Trino Boxer Briefs instead of buying a multipack of something generic? Oh, for so many reasons. Like the brand’s famous wool sneakers, the new briefs are made from sustainable and renewable materials. Allbirds created the Trino Boxer Briefs to be carbon neutral by using natural materials and buying emissions offsets. Plus, unlike that 100% cotton Hanes value-pack, these briefs feel soft and cool against your skin. Basically, it’s underwear for grownups.
The blend of eucalyptus yarn (yes, it’s a thing) and merino wool gently wicks moisture away from your body, which is much appreciated if you get sweaty downstairs during the summer. They’ve also blended that yarn with Tencel and spandex. The result is a fabric that feels incredibly, almost sinfully soft. It also conforms to your body and moves with you. No more worrying about adjusting yourself or the dreaded wedgie.
Easy to wear men’s underwear, the Allbirds Trino Boxer Briefs have a five-inch inseam. The waistband is knitted into the material. That’s a major plus because it means the waistband won’t twist or dig into your skin. And a knitted-in waistband won’t unravel or do that strange thing that elastic does when it ages, turning into a wavy spaghetti strand that gets caught in the strangest places.
The Allbirds Trino Boxer Briefs come in four handsome limited edition colors: Boulder (mercerized grey), Malibu (a subdued coral hue), Raincloud (black/navy) and Storm (dark steel grey). The sizes range from small to XXL.
Unfortunately, if you’re late to the party, Allbirds fans have already snapped up a large portion of the limited supply. If you want a pair now, don’t hesitate. They could be sold out tomorrow.