The e-commerce giant and basics brand have teamed for a capsule collection.

License Global

August 13, 2020

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Basics brand Pair of Thieves has teamed up with Amazon for an exclusive capsule collection. 

"We couldn't be more excited to partner with Amazon on our new collection," says Cash Warren, Alan Stuart and David Ehrenberg, founders, Pair of Thieves. "The Pair of Thieves brand is about style, comfort and quality, all at an affordable price, and we can't wait for Amazon's customers to see our new products and love them as much as we do."

The collection consists of limited-edition socks, underwear and undershirts. The Amazon-exclusive pieces feature the usual quality and comfort of the Pair of Thieves brand, all at accessible prices. Pair of Thieves is currently available on Amazon, but this marks the first exclusive collaboration between the brand and the site.

The eight-piece Amazon collection will feature socks, men's underwear and undershirts in various styles and patterns, all at lower price points. The 4-pack socks in crew, cushion crew and cushion no-show will be $19.99; 3-pack men's underwear in super fit boxer briefs and super fit trunks will be $34.99; and 3-pack undershirts in super soft tanks, V-neck tees and crew neck tees will be $34.99.

The collection is available now on Amazon. 

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