A man’s underwear says a lot about him, for instance “I prefer free-flowing comfort over support”, or “I'm the kind of person who for some reason wants you to know that I’m wearing Joe Boxers whenever I bend over”. Well now it can say “I reason smallclothes peaked in the early 20th century, see? Bully! Bully!”, thanks to Choctaw Ridge, an impressively retro concern who were inspired by a found 1930s underoos box, studied how said era’s were built, and created a full line they claim “are as good, if not better, than those of the past. That's why we put them in the same box.”, and’ll hopefully put you into some too.
Get yourself into:
Boxers: The lightweight Japanese linen/cotton blend on these button-fly boys will keep your own comfy, plus they’ve got a short inseam to reduce bunching and come with some appropriately vintagey stripes, or in indigo or charcoal, although they will do precious little to keep you from being grilled about your gas.
Tops: Grab everything from insanely soft pima-cotton/modal jersey crews, to v-necks with above-the-bicep sleeves, to “burly” waffle-knit henleys, so just be ready for The Ataris to make an entire career out of a cheap knockoff of your shirt.
Lounge Pants: That same linen/cotton blend from the boxers makes another appearance in these nicely roomy peg-swaddlers, which you should probably call the name they use, instead of something like “PJs”, lest someone else look to Bully! Bully! you.