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More About American Apparel Mens Underwear
Based in downtown Los Angeles, American Apparel is a vertically integrated manufacturer, distributor and retailer of modern apparel. The company prides itself on selling Made in the USA clothing, operating as the largest garment factory in the United States at a time when most apparel production has moved offshore.
American Apparel Mens Underwear is part of the brand’s menswear line and offers basic styles that include:
- Boxer Briefs
- Boxer Shorts
- Long Underwear
All of the underwear styles are made from 100% baby rib cotton, which provides a smooth and soft feel for ultimate comfort. American Apparel Underwear will shrink an average of one size when put in the dryer, according to the brand.
American Apparel mens underwear features basic colors for its core collection as well as vivid shades such as lavender, teal, lime and sea foam. New colors and prints are introduced to the American Apparel mens underwear range at least twice per year. The brand also offers a collection of classic cotton boxer shorts in a variety of stripes and prints.
American Apparel leverages art, design and technology to advance its business process while continuing to pioneer industry standards of social and environmental responsibility in the workplace. The brand’s team of sewers, shippers, cutters, dyers and creative designers accounts for more than 7,500 employees at its Los Angeles-area factories alone.