Boxer Shorts - All-Black - Unisex
Black boxer shorts and 'no labels' waistband.
- Unique genuinely unisex design
- ‘no labels’ 3.5cm deep soft elasticated waistband
- 95% rayon from bamboo, 5% elastane
- Moisture wicking, breathable.
- Made in Britain
Add 3 or more pairs and get 15% off - mix and match across all colours or sizes.
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Unique design means that these super comfy boxers can be worn by anyone. Double layer where it matters, for those with or without external genitals. Yup everyone!
With bamboo's incredibly soft, stretchy but durable properties, we are confident that you will find these the most comfortable boxers ever.
Our Bamboo jersey is ethically knitted & dyed right here in the UK
The yarn, which is manufactured in China, using a closed loop manufacturing process, is derived from sustainably grown trees without insecticides and pesticides (Unlike cotton which uses 25% of world’s pesticide). They grow with little water on lands that are not suitable for agriculture.
Boxers for men, boxers for women, boxers for every body.
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Very comfortable, will be getting some more.
Best underwear i have ever owned.
Love these so much, can't wait to buy more.
Seemed a bit tight at first, but after a wash are very comfortable! The labels are very annoying, but easy to cut off. Otherwise, a really comfortable pair of boxers, lovely and soft.
I am a non-binary person who researches gender studies. After scouring the internet, I found gfw's website and was happy to see underwear for every body. I ordered two pairs of the Boxer Shorts - All-Black - Unisex, and am very happy with them.
They are comfortable, soft, and designed to support multiple gender identifications and physicalities. I appreciate the effort toward using sustainable and ethically sourced materials. Thanks for making this product. Here's to a gender free world!
I love them. Thanks!
They are comfortable both physically and mentally. A big improvement on standard girl pants.
The No Label boxers had 2 irritating labels which I removed with a seam ripper. The irony is not lost on me. This doesn't put me off buying more as many clothes need the same treatment.
The Tom Boi brand really doesn't have labels as the info is printed on instead.
The wide elastic and lack of scratchy decorative trims, plus a wide gusset, make them so much better than most women's knickers. Are cis men experiencing this level of comfort and practically every day of their lives? Without even knowing it? I am a convert.