TigerUnderwear

Tiger Underwear Double Seat Briefs and Trainers

Seattle, Washington
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Announcement    Tiger Underwear exclusive double panel seat briefs for greater comfort and longer wear.
Absorbent 4 panel front and back Tiger trainers are also available in assorted colors and prints.

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Last updated on Dec 7, 2022

Tiger Underwear exclusive double panel seat briefs for greater comfort and longer wear.
Absorbent 4 panel front and back Tiger trainers are also available in assorted colors and prints.

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About TigerUnderwear

Sales 1,324
On Etsy since 2019

Underwear Like You Wore Before

I grew up in a world much different than today. There has been many changes in our technology and economy that has changed our culture on how we live today. As a result, I started with a mission to bring back a product I enjoyed wearing from my childhood till young adulthood. Once upon a time, all major department stores offered full cut briefs with a double seat, they also came in an assortment of colorful waistbands to choose from too.

The history of double-seat briefs (News Papers and Catalog Archives) for both men and boys proved their popularity from the 1950's up till the late 1980's. As the world economy began to change in the 1990's, cheaper imports made these great American made briefs too expensive to be manufacture in the USA. In order for corporate America to stay competitive with a new mentality of customers who wanted cheap prices over quality, the full cut double seat brief was made extinct.

In 1968, JC Penneys sold a 3 pack of men's double-seat briefs, made in the USA for $2.79. Adjusted for inflation, those same briefs would cost today in 2019, close to $20.00 for a 3 pack! Sounds strange but these would American made, meaning American jobs and enjoyed by millions for their comfort and long wear.

Tiger Underwear is in business to fill this niche of forgotten briefs. Tiger Underwear Double-Seat Briefs are "Just Like What You Wore Before".

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  • David

    Owner, Designer, Marketer

    That's me, a 10 year old boy growing up in the 1970's! All major department stores back then offered full cut double seat briefs. They came in an assortment of colorful waistbands to choose from too. Today, Tiger Underwear is "Like You Wore Before"

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    Fullerton, CA

    Oversees design, manufacturing, quality control and shipping logistics.

  • Underwear Manufacture

    Bangkok, Thailand

    Tiger Underwear is a brand and not a private label. Our manufacture in Thailand follows Tiger Underwear design and specifications to produce these unique products made exclusively for our business and not available to anyone else outside of Tiger Underwear.

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Last updated on Feb 8, 2019

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