Probably not anymore. My first one was made in Poland. The second & third one say made in the EU.Zimmerli insists everything is made in Switzerland, although most of their Swiss work force is Albanian and Vietnamese.
OT: I hate the aging process. It really is a curse! The water levels are higher in some toilets, but I think because of water saving nowadays they tend to be lower. I wonder if they can perform cosmetic surgery to correct the sagging.Never been a fan of boxers that just let the boys hang loose, letting gravity aggravate the dangle. Briefs provide support & boxer briefs are just the ticket. My Dad, a boxer only guy had complaint in his advanced years that he needed a taller toilet seat (yes, they make seats & spacers for the purpose) to keep from dipping the low-hanging nutsacks into water.
So far, by avoiding letting them just hang & preventing gravity-induced stretch, I'm confident I'll not have the same problem as the 'ol man did.
2 words: Duct Tape ...OT: I hate the aging process. It really is a curse! The water levels are higher in some toilets, but I think because of water saving nowadays they tend to be lower. I wonder if they can perform cosmetic surgery to correct the sagging.
Edit: Looks like it is actually possible to have surgery to correct the sagging (hope!).
I just want to wear ALL COTTON jeans again.Sometimes, Wal-Mart is your friend and its probably way cheaper than where youve been shopping. Dont even get me started on jeans and how a lot of stores seem to think that all men want to wear skinny jeans these days...
Where are the Tiger Mountains made?Boxers I liked included the ones the Navy issued, Brooks Brothers back when it had MIUSA real baggy boxers, and Tiger Mountain (very nice shirt materials but not MIUSA). I like traditional, baggy broadcloth of oxford cloth boxers. They are getting extremely hard to find. Whoever makes them for O'Connell's has been "down" since early in the pandemic. I hope they are back up and running soon. My Tiger Mountains are getting tired!