Let the wine flow! The emergence of wine colors on the runway is making a comeback this fall and we’ve seen wine colored underwear flowing from brands.Read More
Bonds, an underwear brand based in Sydney, Australia, updates one of its most popular collections of trunks with hip, new stripes. Now available, the Bonds Guyfront Trunk is now offered in four vibrant colors such as red, orange, green and blue.Read More
Actor Todd Lasance, best known for his role in Australian soap Home and Away, has been signed to serve as brand ambassador for Bonds. The actor will feature just completed a shoot for the Aussie brand with his girlfriend, Rachel Taylor.Read More
The Australian company, responsible for the Bonds, Rio and Slazenger underwear labels has posted a $362.4 million loss for the past two quarters, much higher than expected. They attribute this deficit to the fact that Kmart, with whom they had partnered to carry the popular Bonds brand chucked it overboard in favor of in-house brands, […]Read More
Bonds underwear, established as Bonds in Sydney, Australia in 1915, carries true Australian history proudly in their undergarments. Although a lot has changed over what is almost an entire century since the brand’s founding by George Bonds, one thing remains the same. Bonds underwear is still made with the same dedication to their products, and the brand continues to grow with their roots in Australian culture.
Bonds underwear claims to be “Australia’s best clothing and underwear online,” and since officially starting their manufacturing of underwear in 1918, they have worked hard to earn and uphold their bold claim. As a brand that has always believed in making their product accessible and right for the people, the designers at Bonds are now a rather stylish Australian mens underwear brand. Though they started with only simple white briefs, the brand now includes shorts, trunks, and briefs in a striking and sexy variety of colors and styles.
Bonds underwear sets itself apart as a front runner in Australian underwear production by being both stylistically innovative and hip, but always accessible to the people. Make no mistake, this Australian underwear brand keeps its look modern and striking, but still one of the most affordable, even available in multipacks. Bonds underwear keeps almost an entire century of Australian pride in their underwear- and it shows!