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This is no COCK AND BULL story

I'm a bloke. I need somewhere to put my cock and balls when I'm not walking around naked singing "All you need is love"

Published Oct 22, 2013 by admin

Words: Tomo Kembery

I’m a bloke. I need somewhere to put my cock and balls when I’m not walking around naked singing “All you need is love”. And as a bloke, it’s really hard to know where to buy your boxers……because I wear boxers, not pants! I’m not 50!

 

Do you buy some over-priced cotton crap that some cashing-in celeb has put his name to like “David Beckham for H n M?” or do you go for the cheaper option and hit Primark, getting your ass 500 boxes for £1!! But if you don’t have a girlfriend and you get half naked with some girl you pulled in a club; well what will she think? It’s just not a smart move. Also, do we want to make China richer? No, we don’t because they will take over the world!

 

Cock and Bull is the UK’s first sustainable and ethical menswear boutique, and right now they are celebrating the launch of their East London shop with a range of classic underwear in their distinctive signature ‘Gramabird | Hummingphone’ design! And I fricking love them! The boxers have a really casual look and a top quality that hug you legs like a happy dog! These are comfortable boxers that say “I’m a man and I look cool”; a lot like the bearded chap in their adverting images! Grrrrrrr.

 

With their full production happening in the UK, the range story begins in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, where the organic cotton gets knitted and then coloured with low impact pigment dyes. Next stop, Deptford in London, where an old-school screen printer in a railway arch brings the products to life! Cock & Bull Menswear’s first signature print – Gramabird | Hummingphone – was printed with eco friendly Magna Colour inks. Finally, the fabric is ready to be sewn into super stylish johns and tees – in Ilkeston, Derbyshire – to complete the UK production cycle. Total magic!

 

But it’s not all about the Cocks. The brand also has a great range of T-shirts, waistcoats, flat caps, shirts and jersey wear. This is a shop for the proper modern day gent! Finally, a place to buy decent product that will last for a great price.

 

The ‘Mini Johns’ and ‘Short Johns’ style boxer briefs are priced at £22 and available in five sizes (small through to XXL) and four colours.

T-shirts Priced at £35 for printed and £25 for unprinted ones. The tees can be worn as either inner or outer wear. Great on their own and even greater paired with Cock & Bull’s range of Johns, these tees are an essential staple element in the wardrobe of every thinking man.

The classic underwear can be purchased in store or ordered online from

cockandbullmenswear.co.uk

 

Vistit there new shop at

30 Cheshire Street

(just off Brick Lane)

London E2 6EH

Tel: 44 (0) 20 7729 5068

 

 



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