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We tried Everlane’s underwear made from recycled nylon — everything was surprisingly silky and comfortable
Everlane's eco-friendly ReNew line is made from recycled nylon. We tried the thongs, hipsters, and bra — here's what five women thought.
Popular swimwear startup Summersalt now makes bras and underwear — we had 6 women try them and their reviews were mixed
Summersalt — a startup behind some of our favorite travel and swimwear — just launched super comfy semi-sheer underwear and a bralette made from bamboo.
These are the best women's underwear companies in 2020, whether you want briefs, bikinis, thongs, hipsters, or boyshorts.
A popular men’s underwear company launched a women’s line after numerous Facebook requests — and the styles are worth every penny
Tommy John continues to deliver with a line of women's underwear that doesn't bunch, roll, pill, or show lines. Here's our review.
Popular online startups like Casper and Dagne Dover are making their products more accessible by partnering with Nordstrom.
Tommy John, the popular underwear brand, has grown to be a line of wardrobe essentials — here are our favorite pieces
Tommy John redesigned underwear for the better, but it makes more than briefs. Here are our favorite items, including button-ups, loungewear, and more.
Underwear startup Tommy John has extended its Cyber Monday sale — today’s the last day to get 25% off everything and free shipping
Updated 12/3/19 at 2:39 pm ET: It's the final day to take 25% off everything at underwear startup Tommy John. Here are the best deals.
6 guys tried the cleverly designed, supportive underwear from Saxx — here’s how each style stacked up
Men's underwear can be unwelcomely crowding or an all-out free-for-all affair. Neither works out being too comfortable. Saxx is out to change that.
Black tights are a cold-weather staple, and brands like Spanx and Commando make some of our favorite durable pairs that aren't prone to rips or snags.
Underwear's one thing many guys don't pay much attention. You might not see it all that much, but you feel every bit of it all day long, every day.