Second Skin Modal Boxer Brief
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Second Skin Boxer Brief - in Grey Modal. Fabric is light, breathable and silky smooth, resists shrinkage and pilling. Literally feels like clouds made of silk. Can be washed and worn for years.
- Material: Wood pulp of self-populating beechwood trees
- Made in: Kansas City
- FREE SHIPPING OVER $75
For every item ordered, MADI donates 1 pair of underwear to Women's shelters. (THE LEAST DONATED ITEM)
About the Brand
MADI stands out for make a difference and that‚Äôs what the brand wants to do by donating a pair of underwear for each purchased product to domestic violence victims. So far they've donated underwear to over 7,000 women in over 45 organizations.
Based in Kansas, they design small batches of ethically made products using only sustainable fabrics and 95% of them are 100% biodegradable. The company also opened the non-profit MADI Makes Program where they teach at-risk women to sew.
Are they Local: Yes, made in the USA.
Are they Fair Trade or Paid a living Wage: Yes, a fair living wage.
Organic Materials: Viscose from Bamboo, Use of Organic Cotton.
Cruelty Free: Y
Environmental Conscious Processing: Small Batch production and use of plant and natural dyes. Bamboo is also the fastest growing plant in the world and helps sustain Earth's resources. It takes in five times the volume of greenhouse gasses when compared to timber trees and releases 35% more oxygen. Pesticides and fertilizers aren't needed, and its roots retain water, sustaining riverbanks and reducing water pollution.
Made from eucalyptus wood that's harvested from natural forests and sustainably managed tree farms, these trees are fast growing and require no toxic pesticides and very little water to thrive. It is made in an environmentally responsible closed loop production process, which transforms wood pulp into cellulosic fibers with high resource efficiency and low environmental impact. This solvent-spinning process recycles process water and reuses the solvent at a recovery rate of more than 99%.