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About Tommy John

Tommy John is the first menswear brand to focus specifically on that all-important — and oft-neglected — piece of clothing, the undershirt. Touting its primary product as “the ultimate undershirt,” the label was born in 2009 when founder Tom Patterson decided he could no longer deal with cheap, poorly fitting men’s t-shirts. His response: a line of sleek and slim premium undershirts done up in stretchy cotton Lycra and micro modal fabrics, cut long to stay tucked in your waistline. The longer-than-standard silhouettes of Tommy John’s v-neck and crew neck tees, tanks, and long-sleeved undershirts hug the hips to prevent bunching and render the shirts nearly invisible under button-downs. The label rounds things out with a selection of similarly trim underwear, including boxer-briefs and briefs. Tommy John is underwear, upgraded.

Past Sales Featuring Tommy John

Sale Ended March 31, 2015

Weekly Roundup: Our Top Picks

Our favorite brands and styles from this week's sales

Sale Ended December 27, 2013

Socks & Underwear: Up to 80% Off

Restock your basics with help from Diesel, 2(x)ist, Urban Knit, and more. At discounts like these, you'll be asking yourself not which, but how many pairs you'll grab.

Sale Ended January 16, 2014

Foundations of Style: Underwear & Socks

Though so often neglected, a man’s underwear is the foundation upon which a fantastic get-up is built. And this sale has everything — from colorful, sporty numbers to classic, minimalist options. So whatever your style, we’ve got what you need to make sure your base layer is as stylish as your outward-facing look.

Sale Ended January 10, 2014

Colorful Underwear

Yeah, so most people won’t be seeing them, but for those who do, why not make your underwear a little more exciting than a pair of tighty whities? These selections from Diesel, Bjorn Borg, 2(x)ist, and more come in colorful trunk, brief, and boxer options to ensure that when you’re down to your underwear, you’ll be anything but boring.

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