Delphine boxers: perfect fit all day long
Delphine boxers made from the finest Pima cotton feel soft and comfortable against the skin. They are very comfortable to wear with a perfect fit.
- Made from high-quality Pima cotton (95%)
- Elastane for a perfect fit (5%)
- Boxers without opening and with elastic waistband
- Meticulous workmanship
Although I have a French name, I come from a small clothing manufacturer in the European part of Turkey.
A family business founded in 1978 uses a great passion for detail to create high-quality boxers such as me, as well as other underwear and T-shirts from the BLACKSOCKS range.
It is not just the origins of our underwear which are important – the materials used to make it are also vital. Ultimately, we spend all day worn next to your skin.
I am therefore made of 95% high-quality Pima cotton, better known as the silk of South America. This guarantees a lasting softness and comfort when worn. 5% elastane and an edged elastic waistband also ensure that I fit perfectly and am comfortable all day long.
Ever since BLACKSOCKS launched its own underwear collection in the spring of 2007, I have been the most popular boxers model. I have been available with the same cut and high level of quality ever since.
Anyone who has already fallen for me has nothing to worry about: I will not be disappearing from the BLACKSOCKS range any time soon, and will be providing a comfortable fit to plenty more men.
I am good for you and your skin: I have been tested and I meet the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100.
This standard says that I am 100% skin-friendly and allergy-tested. We often forget that underwear is worn directly against the skin, in a damp and warm climate subjected to friction.
Cotton prices have been rising since 2007. Value added tax rates have increased. Competing products have become more expensive. I used to be cheaper to send. However, my prices have never changed.
With me, you can still enjoy 2007 prices every day.
My first six years were black. That’s now a thing of the past. Since 2013 I have also been available in petrol blue, adding some variety to the black-and-white everyday of underwear.
At the ‘Ars Electronica 2007’ in Linz (Austria), an exhibit by the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) caused quite a stir.
Our Delphine boxers were strung across the street as a matrix display. Visitors could use wooden letters to write a message that was then digitalised and communicated across the street by means of the underwear.