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It’s May, so semesters are winding down and commencement is just around the corner. You no doubt have any number of graduates to congratulate this season, which means gifts, which also means that you don’t want to be the guy (or gal) who dolls out stacks of Whole Foods gift cards again. Don’t fret. We’re here to help you make the graduation present grade with a number of stylish yet sensible gifts that will help you send your favorite graduates off in the proper fashion.
For the graduate who is serious about his next step, consider the 18 Hour Jersey Boxer Brief from Mack Weldon. Mack Weldon is “smart underwear for smart guys,” known for its unparalleled comfort and durability in the realm of basics, and the cut and fit of these boxers is proof positive. Their no-roll waistband will help him stay confident in job interviews and while socializing after his first day at the office. They’re complete with mesh zones to help him stay cool under pressure.
Some recent graduates will plan to take the summer off, camping and hiking through the Rocky Mountains, or maybe just running up and down the beach getting their heads clear of all the jargon they’ve consumed writing seminar papers and compiling lab reports. For those men, choose Wood Trunks, constructed seamlessly for maximum comfort and performance. Wood is known for its serious approach to activewear, beginning with undergarments, and the Lenzing Tencel (wood cellulose) fabric blend of these trunks with keep the active graduate cool and clean as he searches out his next adventure.
Out last suggestion, for the most dynamic of graduating men, is the PUMP! Flash Jock. This jock features minimal fabric but maximum support. For the guy who went hard in the classroom and is prepared to apply that same ethic to whatever comes next, the PUMP! Flash Jock will show off his newly degreed assets.
What will you be giving graduates this spring? How will you make the graduation present grade? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @underwearexpert.
Photo credits: Mack Weldon, Wood, PUMP!