All right folks, here’s the scoop on Lazy One. The following is the truth, the whole truth and nuttin’ butt the truth: Lazy One is nestled within the Rocky Mountains of Northern Utah and began with a man, his wife, and their dream to provide the world with what was sorely needed--comical boxer shorts. Armed with the original philosophy that “humor is funny,” they began “moosing around” with ideas, ultimately producing not only “cheeky” boxers, but also t-shirts, leisurewear, sleepwear and more, all featuring original--and strangely endearing--designs of wacky wildlife.
As business boomed, it soon became apparent that two people and a 600-square foot storage shed were no longer sufficient, and the company exploded into a spacious warehouse and a team of talented employees. Joining forces with resorts and other recreational hot spots, Lazy One products quickly became popular (and functional!) souvenirs for tourists, clients and other “wild things.” As a result, the Lazy One product line continues to expand, meeting the needs of consumers who appreciate both the fashion and the funny. As a herd of nature lovers, Lazy One continually strives to “go green” as they move toward becoming a plastic-free company. Hangers made from recycled paper, biodegradable bags and an emphasis on recycling are all top priorities of Lazy One. In a nutshell, Lazy One is all about keeping folks feeling warm and fuzzy, from super comfy PJ’s to cozy slipper socks-- all served with a hearty dose of hilarity.
Getting “Down to Earth”
At LazyOne, we’re wild about the natural world. That’s why we’re continually striving to help the at“moose”phere by:
1. Working only with those factories that have sound environmental policies
2. Using recyclable bags and/or biodegradable shipping bags
3. Displaying our products with hangers and hang tags made from recycled or recyclable paper
4. Dyeing our fabrics with azo-free dyes
5. Saving paper by emailing invoices.
We’re committed to conservation, always looking for “greener” pastures. Here at LazyOne, you could say the state of nature is our state of mind!