You pride yourself on looking great when you step out the door — so why look like a schlub when you're lounging around the house? Sleepy Jones Pajamas keep you looking great while you laze the weekend away by mixing clean designs with high-quality construction, including details like contrast piping, French seams, button cuffs, pockets, and various patterns like seersucker, gingham, and stripes. Of course, they're also super comfortable during the ultimate do-nothing activity, sleep.
Just because you've seen Walter White sporting his favorite pair of tighty whities, doesn't mean your special someone wants to see you in a pair of your own — upgrade your base layer with Richer Poorer Underwear ($24). These boxer briefs, just launched by the longtime sock maker, are made from the ideal blend of cotton and spandex, so they breathe where they should while still giving you the support you expect from a pair of briefs. Available in a range of black and white prints (as well as a few solid options), you'll be sure not to embarrass yourself the next time you drop trowel.
We understand — no one really likes doing the laundry. But up until now you haven't had much of a choice. The new MeUndies 365-Pack ($3,250) gives you one. Like a magical maid that appears with a freshly-pressed set of ball-cuppers each morning, this incredible deal provides you with a new pair of boxer briefs for every day of the year. Yes, that's 365 pairs. Yes, it's less than $10 per pair. Yes, you're going to need a larger underwear drawer. And no, we're pretty sure they don't sell lifetime subscriptions.
It's not a secret that artists, writers, musicians, and other creative bums have their most genius moments while at home in their underwear. Sleepy Jones, a new brand full of undergarments and pajamas, wants to bring that experience to every guy — and make us look a little better in the process. Created by Andy Spade (the guy that made all that Jack Spade stuff you've bought over the years) and the design studio Partners & Spade, this comfortably classic line includes USA-made boxers ($28-$84) and PJ's ($128-$142), as well as some stripe-tastic socks ($24). As Andy and the team at Sleepy Jones told us, it's "the perfect uniform for reading, writing, painting, pondering, and playing."
It doesn't matter whether you're too busy, lazy, or shy to go underwear shopping on a regular basis: odds are, you should. Me Undies ($16) can fix this problem, either by letting you purchase their quality wares — crafted from micromodal fabric for comfort and support, offering a soft elastic band and flat-lock stitching, and available in boxer brief, trunk, or brief styles — a la carte, or by signing up for monthly shipments that come with a 20% discount and arrive at your door without you having to so much as lift a finger.
Let's face it: no one likes bargain-basement underwear, but unfortunately, there aren't really any premium brands that craft their wares here in the U.S. Flint & Tinder Underwear ($15) is looking to change that. Fully funded on Kickstarter, this new brand will be made with pride here in the States, from premium, domestically-sourced materials, using innovative designs, and built with reinforced stitching for added durability. As a bonus, for every 1,000 pairs they sell a month, another job will be added to the assembly line — so you'll be helping to rebuild our economy, one pair of boxer briefs at a time.
You can never bee too safe when traveling to unfamiliar regions. These Scottevest Travel Boxers ($20) feature dedicated iPhone and passport pockets — the better to keep them safe during your adventures — as well as more normal features, such as a button fly, anti-microbial odor- and stain-resistant treatment, and Nylon and Lycra construction that allows them to dry quickly, hopefully helping to avoid the dreaded "swamp ass". [Scouted by Aiden]