Introducing: Burtonwode Boxer Shorts

Introducing Burtonwode, the boxer short brand bringing quality underwear to the discerning characters out there.

Artist David Huglin has brought a sketch of pyjamas to life with his Burtonwode underwear brand, a brand made for the gentleman who takes pride on not only what he wears on the outside but also underneath as well. With a focus on style and quality the brand is named after a service station on the M62 and has a unique production line ensuring the highest of quality is kept. The first step is to custom print each design in a 19th century mill in Carlisle, followed by the construction part in Canning town, where each textile is cut, assembled and stitched. This made in England product comes in at a reasonable price point as well at £26 a short. Not too bad considering the work that goes into each pair. Some designs here might be a touch too loud for some of you but fear not, plainer options are available.

I like the look of these designs and I also like the fact that a small independent brand has surfaced and is focusing on a part of the menswear market that is diluted by a lot of the main stream highstreet brands not offering much choice and a very standard quality. Take a look at some of the key styles below and see what you think.

All seen here are available now from all Burtonwode stockists.

Jamie Szulc

One of three co-founders of THE DAILY STREET, Jamie specialises in menswear and is currently Footwear Account Manager at Fred Perry.

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Comments

  • Geoff

    Lovely stuff….don’t like all of the patterns myself but it’s great to see a small UK manufacturer doing this. After all it’s what the UK used to be known for.

  • Joe

    This drop is pretty pants…

  • Joe

    Jokes aside, will definitely be picking up a couple of pairs, the weave and the birds I reckon

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    Joe…the jokes on the outside, the front of the packaging has various fruit….Plums,Pears, Cherries…..and a Quince. But you get the idea. I would say this Joe…but if you do purchase..once you go Burtonwode, nothing else will quite feel right.