Man Up. Check 'Em.

#SupportYourBalls by helping us raise awareness of Testicular Cancer.

Eleven months out of the year Tommy John supports your pair with the most comfortable underwear on the planet. This November, we're providing extra support by educating you about testicular cancer with our limited edition print.

Give 20%

Refer a friend to Tommy John and they will get 20% off their order.

Get $20

Once your friend makes a purchase, you get a $20 credit.

We Donate $10

As a bonus, through November 30th, we'll also make a $10 donation to TCF for every referral we receive!

Refer a Friend

Share a Pair, Win a Pair.

Help spread the word about early detection on Instagram and be entered for a shot at winning $30 to spend at Tommy John. For every qualified entry, we donate $1 to TCF*.

Here's How:

  1. Follow @TommyJohnWear and @TesticularCancerFoundation on Instagram.
  2. Take a photo of any ball-shaped objects and share it with us using #SupportYourBalls.
  3. Upload your photo by November 30th to win. (Must have a public Instagram handle to be eligible)
See our beautiful balls series
on instagram for inspiration

* Up to 1,000 qualified entries. 5 winners will be selected.

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Testicular Cancer Foundation provides education and support to young men to raise awareness about testicular cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer among males ages 15-34. TCF supports families of testicular cancer patients and shares its resources with the medical and healthcare communities, schools and various young men's groups. For more information, please visit testicularcancer.org

Man Up. Check 'Em.

When: Once A Month.
Where: In The Shower (is best).

Learn More

Did you know?

Testicular cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in males ages 15-34. It's not known what causes testicular cancer. However, it has the best prognosis of any cancer when detected early.

Keep in mind

Most testicular cancers are self discovered by patients as a painless or uncomfortable lump in the testicle. If found early before it spreads, testicular cancer is almost always curable.