David Shrigley and Sunspel Printed Cotton Boxer Shorts in Save the Ice
$55.00

David Shrigley and Sunspel Printed Cotton Boxer Shorts in Save the Ice

$55.00
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The classic Sunspel boxer short with an all over print design by British visual artist, David Shrigley OBE. The iconic boxer short that Sunspel introduced to the UK in 1947. Each pair is cut from 100% long staple fine cotton for unmatched lightness and breathability.

David Shrigley OBE is a British visual artist, known for caustic illustrations of bizarre and often mundane elements of everyday life. For our winter capsule, Shrigley combines traditional festive animal motifs with a message of environmental responsibility and sustainability.

For each garment sold, we will donate 10% of the profits to an environmental preservation charity - Stump Up For Trees. A community-based charity focused on woodland creation and enhancing biodiversity in the Brecon Beacons, Wales

Product Code
DSMBOX4701P-BUNB

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  • 100% Cotton
  • Wash at 40°C
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Dry cleanable
  • Designed in England and made in Portugal

The Boxer Short

The Boxer Short

We've been making luxury men's underwear since 1860. Sunspel's own John Hill not only introduced the boxer short to Britain in 1947, he also perfected its design. This, together with our obsession with developing exceptional fabrics, make us confident that Sunspel boxer shorts are the best that you will ever wear.

Initially only available in America, it was Sunspel's own John Hill who saw the opportunity in bringing the boxer short to the UK in 1947. Working from the Sunspel factory in Long Eaton, he refined the design to craft the boxer short as we know it today.

With just a few minor tweaks here and there, to this very day we produce our boxer shorts to the original specifications developed by John Hill.

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