THE FUTURE IS HERE
COMPOSTIBLE UNDERWEAR

We’re rethinking the way we get rid of underwear, because let’s face it, underwear isn’t suitable as hand-me-downs, and it’s not cool to see undies at a thrift store!

At the end of their life, we want you to dig them in your garden and feed the worms 🙂 Our biodegradable bamboo fabric will return to earth…….

earth

Every little bit helps. As we grow, with each decision comes a new point of departure. SLY Collective is choosing to face the future with a conscious spirit of universal cause. 

Using Sendle’s compostable satchels and changing our packaging from polybags to recycled cardboard, are small steps in the right direction – helping grow our brands awareness. We’ve even tossed the plastic kimble in favour of string to attach our cardboard hangtags.

SLY Collective is a tiny but independent online underwear store and are thrilled to see our customers love the quality of our jocks and enjoy our growing awareness.

CIRCULAR
ECONOMY
bamboo plant
LANDFILL
STATS

Textile waste is the largest contributor to landfill. A whopping 85% of our clothes end up in landfills. For every 30kg of clothing discarded, only 4,5kg is recycled.

BIODEGRADABLE UNDERWEA
COMPOST
IN 12 WEEKS

Bamboo fabric will take 12 weeks to decompose in healthy, active soil. We haven’t solved the waistband yet, but at least only 4% goes to landfill.

bamboo leaves
EARTH
TO EARTH

Bamboo is part of a circular environmental system. Grown sustainably, processed ethically, worn with love, and ultimately decomposed. 

JOIN THE LIST FOR COMFY UNDERWEAR!
HAMMOCK ME
I'M IN !!

Give the squad a test run in comfortable bamboo trunks and boxer briefs.

Men's bamboo trunks

Add your details to the list (no payment necessary) and we’ll get in touch when this new inner pouch underwear becomes available.

COMFY BAMBOO UNDERWEAR!
pouch underwear
  • Prevents chafing
  • Hammock-like design
  • Inner pouch protection
  • Breathable bamboo
  • Flexible drop-zone

Covid showed us how to work from home, saving on carbon emissions. Covid also helped us evaluate where we manufacture, so we took up the challenge and started manufacturing in Australia! 

We realised we can do even more to reduce our carbon footprint and now also weave our bamboo fabric in Australia!