Troy Swim Briefs Emerald

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Wear these to stand out sustainably. Designed with a low waist, front curve seam for shape and comfort. Crafted in soft jersey-knit ECONYL®.

ECONYL® is a premium nylon fiber that is regenerated/recycled from waste including fishing nets, fabric scraps, and carpets. The waste is recycled back to its original form, and can be regenerated infinitely.

Product Details
Emerald with contrast yellow drawstring
Low cut waist
Elastic waist with branded drawstring
78% ECONYL® nylon, 22% elastane
Enhanced front shape for comfort and fit
Front lined
Carry bag
Made in New York

Sustainability guarantees

Is the manufacturing process of your collection free from child labour and human trafficking, are all workers paid a living wage, and is the factory compliant with all local environmental regulations?

Is your collection free from AZO dyes and phthalates? (This will mainly apply to apparel and accessories)

Are all items in your collection made with at least 50% recycled or up-cycled materials? (only applies if you are an apparel, accessories, jewellery or homeware brand)


Based in: United States of America

SHOKAN 28 is a season-less, sustainable, men's resort wear lifestyle brand. We incorporate fun, vibrant colors and customization into all our print designs. What inspires us? – sustainability. Our mission is to create KindClothes without harming our planet by preserving nature for the long term. We use advanced fabrics derived from waste which helps divert pollution from our local rivers, oceans, and landfills. Our swimwear is made from recycled / regenerated materials such as ECONYL® nylon and TopGreen® post-consumer PET. Our Ready to Wear is made from TENCEL™, Cupro, recycled Giotex™ cotton and Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) cotton. Headquartered in New York's Hudson Valley, our collections are crafted with dignity in minority-minority-owned boutique factories in New York City.


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No Animal Testing
No Fur