Fruit of the Loom Review

Fruit of the Loom was born in 1851 when brothers Benjamin and Robert Knight bought their first mill and started producing cotton cloth and textiles in Warwick, Rhode Island. In 1871, Fruit of the Loom® was registered as an official trademark, making it one of the world’s oldest brands — predating the invention of light bulbs, cars and telephones! Today, more than 160 years later, Fruit of the Loom is now a global underwear and casual wear business, employing more than 32,000 people worldwide. Our colorful T-shirts and underwear are known by consumers in all corners of the globe and our name is synonymous with providing quality, value and style. Staying true to our roots and close to our heritage, our collections are authentic, timeless and unmistakably Fruit of the Loom. 
I received 2 products at no charge from Fruit of the Loom to review in exchange for my honest opinion
My Review
I am always looking for more comfortable clothing and under garments. I don’t like walking around all day feeling like I’m wearing burlap and neither do my super sensitive boys. Fruit of the Loom products are so comfortable and easy to wear. The women’s briefs I got are very soft, and they don’t cut into my legs. They don’t fade or stretch in the wash either. Those are very important when you have a very tight clothing budget. They come in a variety of designs and colors also. I also got the boys boxer briefs for my 8 and 5 year old boys. They are both almost the same size so 1 size fits them both lol.  They love these briefs. They are more comfortable then “tighty whiteys” and they are easier for them to get on and off when they have to go to the bathroom. The other thing they like is that they almost look like shorts. My boys are notorious for running out the door without stopping to put clothes on. These hold up well in the wash and do not stretch or fade at all. We are very happy with both these products and I will keep buying Fruit of the Loom for us!

The Fruit of the Loom bonus packs are available at Walmart!

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