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A Makeover for Your Drawers

Guys, it’s time to give up the old cotton standbys and get acquainted with a new kind of underwear that has the softness and fit you want, but not the eco-overhead.
Woodiees
Woodiees
Sustainable Living
A Makeover for Your Drawers

Guys, it’s time to give up the old cotton standbys and get acquainted with a new kind of underwear that has the softness and fit you want, but not the eco-overhead.

What’s so environmentally taxing about cotton? It takes a ton of water (400 gallons to make a single cotton undershirt, by some estimates) and an unfortunate amount of pesticides to produce conventional cotton. So Woodiees forgoes the cotton and uses eco-friendly Tencel for its stylish boxers, briefs and boxer-brief combos.

Tencel is a natural fiber made from the pulp of Eucalyptus trees. The founder of Woodiees, Bruce Brodsho, combined Tencel with a bit of Spandex to create great fitting underwear that won't ride up or bunch and stays in place without feeling too restrictive. Another benefit of the virtually pesticide-free Tencel material is that it’s easy on your skin, which is ideal for men with sensitive skin, and it’s moisture-wicking for greater comfort.

Style, softness, fit and eco-friendliness -- Woodiees’ underwear styles have what it takes to make a man comfortable.

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