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Feel Good Friday – Flint & Tinder’s Limited Edition Box

We first mentioned Flint & Tinder back on Valentine’s Day when the company rolled out its’ made-in-America undies for women (hope y’all bought those up for your ladies!). Today we are talking about the fantastic menswear site again because of their recent partnership with Operation Gratitude.

For a limited time, Flint & Tinder is partnering with the amazing non-profit that currently sends over 150,000 care packages annually to our service men and women stationed overseas. They want to increase that number by giving you the opportunity to send your own box while still getting something for yourself. Welcome to ‘The Box of American Awesome’!

Here is how it works:

On their microsite, you are able to shop two box offerings.

Box 1: Two (2) pairs of Flint and Tinder Men’s Underwear for $9.95

Box 2: Two (2) pairs of Flint and Tinder Men’s Underwear, one (1) pack of Flint and Tinder Explorer Socks and one (1) Flint and Tinder Screen Print T-Shirt for $21.95

Upon watching the hysterical video on the homepage of their micro site we were confused by the term, ‘military inspired comfort’. We discovered that the “Core” underwear line is exclusive to the program and will not be available after this offer. It features a clean, utilitarian style reminiscent of military uniforms combined with other hallmark Flint & Tinder details like quality fabrics, compact stitching and thoughtful, domestic production, the Core line is a fitting tribute to hard work and understated strength. There we go!

Once at check out, you can add $5.95 to your order to send a matching set of Made in USA underwear to someone serving overseas. That’s just the minimum—at the conclusion of the program, Flint and Tinder will provide a selection of T-Shirts and socks to Operation Gratitude on their own accord, in addition to the underwear purchased by Flint and Tinder customers.

So if you were planning on making a trip to the mall for more skivvies, please don’t – just click and shop and do something for your fellow Americans!

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