Underdog® x Silktouch Boyshorts
This product is part of our Everyone Loves an Underdog® collection, the charitable arm of Tani Japan. Proceeds from sales of this product, minus production cost, will go to fund Tokyo-based Dog Shelter <dogshelter.jp> and Cloudy in Ghana.
- 94% TENCEL™ Modal x Micro Air, 6% elastane
- All natural, ultra soft stretch fabric is smooth and comfortable against the skin
- Timeless boyshort design features comfortable fabric wrapped waist, soft elastics and nearly flat seams
- Eco-friendly fabric is breathable, lightweight and unfavourable for bacterial growth
- Botanic Origin
- Ethical and Sustainable Production
- Uses less energy and water
Same as our signature Silktouch collection, made with fine TENCEL™ Modal x Micro Air fibres that are lighter and finer than silk, with a diameter of only 0.8 dtex. The fine fibre is specially spun and knitted into fabric that is soft, light, and breathable.
About the Prints
The psychedelic "fan" pattern, orginated from Central Ghana, celebrates the Ghanaian culture and dynamism. The lines represent the different tribes and how they join together, in harmony, for continual unity and prosperity.
a play on words...Combining the specialty of Tani - UNDERwear, with our love of animals, especially DOGs. In English, the word "underdog" is often referred to the weaker party, the less fortunate in the society.
everyone loves an underdog...is the charitable arm of Tani Japan. Proceeds from the sale of this collection will go to fund projects that raise awareness and offer financial help to the underprivileged.
Dog Shelter, Tokyo, Japan
Sales proceeds (after deducting production cost) from the Underdog project in Japan will go to fund Tokyo-based Dog Shelter <dogshelter.jp>
Dog Shelter was founded by Mrs Mina Kataoka in 2006. The small organization is run by volunteers only. Every dog they take in undergoes thorough medical check and home fostering before being matched to their new permanent home. Every prospective dog owner and their home are also vetted by the team.
Dog Shelter has re-homed over 900 dogs in the Kanto and Kansai area. Only 2 dogs have ever been returned to Dog Shelter following their formal adoption, testament to Mrs Kataoka and her team's serious and thorough work.