Leakproof Hipster Period Underwear - Medium Jar
Medium rise with full coverage. Comfy & effective, so you can kick single-use plastic out of your period FOREVER. Includes a bonus absorbency booster for heavy days. Tuck ends into pockets & bleed on.
We bring these undies to you in one of our reusable jars to keep them clean and away from your groceries without any packaging. Undies in a jar - kinda fun right?!
$2 jar deposit added at checkout
Absorbency: Each pair of Aisle undies can absorb 2 tampons worth of fluid on their own and up to 4 tampons worth when used with the included absorbency booster.
Materials: Body - Tencel, organic cotton & spandex. Lining: recycled polyester, organic cotton, polyester & TPU laminate.
Impact: Replaces 87 disposable pads
Care: Machine wash and dry - easy peasy
About Aisle: You don’t always realize when you’re about to change the world, but in 1993, Madeleine Shaw did just that when she began making the first line of cloth pads and period underwear. In 1999 she met Suzanne Siemens and together they co-founded Lunapads (now Aisle), a groundbreaking venture that was one of the first brands in the world to champion natural menstrual care. Fast forward to today, Aisle has come full cycle to redefine the period aisle for the 21st century. A place to find comfortable, high-performance, earth-friendly products that actually walk the talk. Aisle is a Vancouver-based company with products ethically made overseas.
Aisle underwear is manufactured in Phnom Penh, Cambodia in a state-of-the-art facility that uses technology unavailable to Aisle in Vancouver, to create products that work better than any other options (reusable or disposable) on the market. The factory they work with specializes in technological innovation in the high-performance sports sector.
- The factory is woman-owned and operated
- Employees receive a comprehensive pension plan
- Employees are provided free hot lunch every day
- New mothers receive 6 months of paid maternity leave
- There is a wastewater treatment facility on-site, to ensure that the water the factory uses in manufacturing is clean and safe before leaving the facility