Do we normally talk about our underwear? I doubt it, and I know most of you will second on this!
Why don't we talk about underwear for a minute.
I know, it’s not the coolest thing to talk about as a man but, if there’s one thing we’ve all dealt with, it’s having to move, fix, and rearrange the very parts that make us men in the first place. I know most of you now knows what I am exactly talking about!
In fashion industry, it's really hard to find a perfect fit of comfy underwear that you'll go crazy about. Sure, you can go with the traditional “whitey-tighties” but, unless you’re an 8-year old boy, there comes a point in time where you just grow out of them – literally and figuratively.
Boxers type of undies. Tight underwear disrupt the entire temperature regulation system. If you’re trying to have a kid, you definitely want to start wearing boxers. Study after study has found that wearing tight underwear causes fertility problems for your testicles.
Tribe, the T-shirt survey has closed and the final results are in.
Staying true to our belief in co-creation we opened the floor to you to decide what direction T-Bô’s new products should take.
In summary, the results from the first survey (view full results here), told us that the tribe is an active bunch who want moreT-Shirts!
Phoebe Chiu, an awesome retail blogger and podcast hostess, joined the T-Bô co-creators Allan and Roy this week to chat about co-created and sustainable bodywear.
You can listen to the episode about T-Bô on her “Dancing in Retail” Soundcloud channel below…
How to measure my natural waist?
To measure your natural waist, measure at your belly button. If your waist is larger than your hips use the narrowest part of your torso to measure your waist.