Shenanigan - lees alles over boxershorts van Afrikaanse wax prints
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Unique boxer shorts

Shenanigans are loose fit boxer shorts made of colorful West African wax prints. Shenanigan wants to provide men (and women) with unique underwear and at the same time it is experimenting with a fair production proces. In a world where many fashion brands do not take responsability for labour ethics, we make a point of knowing our suppliers and tailors on a first name basis and we share the profit we make with them. So a shenanigan does not only look good, it is good!

From Senegal

From Senegal

Our inspiration for Shenanigan comes from modern West African culture. The streets of Dakar are full of proud and very fashionaware young men and woman. They show a keen ability of mixing global fashion trends with West African tradition and a Senegalese metropolitan street culture. It is colorful, divers, elegant and irresistable.

... and The Netherlands

Shenanigans are initiated in The Netherlands by a fashion professional and three Human Geography students, all sharing a love for African culture and textiles. Right now the boxershorts are available in five shops. Find your nearest shop here

 ... and The Netherlands
Free gift-wrap service. Yeah!

Free gift-wrap service. Yeah!

Really surprise a friend

Instead of a post card why don't you to give a friend a good vibe feeling on her or his birthday or whenever by sending a Shenanigan? You can add your own personal message which we will hand-write for you!

This is how it works

Just choose a Shenanigan and in the shopping cart page add the 'Gift-wrap Service' that you find there and write a message. And don't forget to fill out the address of the receiving person in the check-out process.

1 Euro per boxer is donation

Shenanigan is paying a good wages for the production in Senegal, but on top of this we donate 1 euro per boxer short to the Silent Work Foundation. This foundation is running various pragmatic projects in West-Africa for hearing impaired people and their communities.