Bundies men's underwear

We created three unique styles of men’s underwear. The Trunk, the Fitted Boxer and the Loose Boxer. Our Trunks and Fitted Boxers are made from our signature fabric TENCEL Modal, an ultra soft, sustainable and highly cooling fabric. After you’ve experienced the fit and feel of this revolutionary fabric it’s hard to choose for anything else. Our Loose Boxer is a redesigned classic made from Organic Cotton.

Why TENCEL?

  • 100% natural, sustainable fiber
  • Ultimate softness
  • Keeps cool
  • Regulates moisture, keeps you dry
  • Anti-bacterial

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Why TENCEL?

  • 100% natural, sustainable fiber
  • Ultimate softness
  • Keeps cool
  • Regulates moisture, keeps you dry
  • Antibacterial

BUNDIES | HIGH-END TENCEL MODAL UNDERWEAR

TENCEL Modal is a 100% natural fiber that is made from wood pulp from the beechwood tree. The trees grow in controlled forests in Europe and do not have to be artificially planted (the beechwood nuts falling from the trees grow into new trees) and do not need artificial irrigation.

The premium fabric is characterized by its unique natural aspects such as ultimate softness, breathability (keeps cool) and strength. The TENCEL Modal fiber is very strong, which means that your underwear lasts longer. The dying process of TENCEL Modal is easier and therefore more durable than Cotton and other fabrics. Also, TENCEL Modal retains its color better after washing so your underwear colors won’t fade so easily.

BUNDIES | 100% ORGANIC COTTON UNDERWEAR

Another top choice for underwear material is 100% Organic Cotton. As a natural fibre, cotton is known for its long lasting shape and quality, and also for providing more comfort and breathability than synthetic materials like polyester and spandex. Unfortunately, the production of standard cotton usually involves the use of harmful pesticides, fungicides and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). This is extremely harmful to the environment and this is why we only use 100% Organic Cotton for some of our Boxers.