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PACT launches colorful Spring lineup

New gear from PACT.
New gear from PACT.
Kenneth Fish

Spring has sprung over in PACT-land, and they have recently released a half dozen new colors and patterns that embrace the impending season. Think Bluejay and Basketweave, Lighthouse and Trail Stripe, Watermelon and Picnic Stripe. It just became much more difficult to not run around in your socks and undies.

Among my favorites are the Trail Stripe trunks. These bigger-than-briefs, smaller-than-boxers undies cover that which needs covering, plus a little more, with the perfect package pouch providing just the right amount of support without pinching, binding, or otherwise making it feel like you’ve left your goodies in some sort of varmint trap. I am also loving the new fabric of the PACT Everyday tee shirts. This is a blend of 60% organic cotton 40% recycled polyester. Tee shirt nerds know that this is a blend reminiscent of the venerable, but still long dead Towncraft undershirts (yes, those were 50/50, but the weight and feel is VERY Towncraft).

Along with all the bright and beautiful colors of PACT’s spring release, they have a full range of the somewhat muted PACT Everyday collection for those among us who want nice socks and undies at a good price but aren’t looking to make a bold statement when the next opportunity to drop trou comes along. In the Everyday collection you will find soft, light and comfy black crew socks with contrasting toe and grey and white shorty socks available in two-packs, and black and white no-see-ums available in three-packs. The trunks and boxer briefs, available in two-packs, come in navy, black and heather grey as do the range of V- and crew neck tee shirts. PACT Everyday will keep you covered at a great price and give you the warm and fuzzy feeling of knowing that a portion of your purchase went to a good cause.

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