love the simple version
I first purchased a pair of plain grey boody mens briefs from a health food store in Brisbane I was delighted with them. They are confortable eco friendly and a clever design with the minium of seams. So I ordered 5 more pair on line they arived quickly and were packaged in a very handsome box which could be recycled to my surprise and sadness the briefs inside were festooned with not one but three annoying satin lables with information that could have been printed on or in the box. the discreet branding on the original pair I purchased made the goods look smart and seem to in the eco ethos The satin tags dont work for mens underwear get rid of them MikeB
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I had a few pairs of the original boxers that I bought several years ago. I just bought and received 7 more and the material is much thinner and feels less robust. Has the material been changed?
Hey there! Sorry to read of the inconsistencies with your latest Boody purchase. We do our best to ensure the quality of our products is the same throughout. If you still have the undies we'd love to ...get more feedback - feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number and products affected. Thanks, ~Team BOODY
What does are used to make underwear black?
Thanks for the question....We use a dye called Novacron which does not contain any harmful chemicals and is also very low salt. If you're interested to know more about our production process, you can visit our page here https://www.boody.com.au/pages/bamboo-process or reach out to us at email@example.com :) ~BOODY Team
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