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Flint and Tinder wants to get in America’s pants, and it looks like the feeling is mutual. At the close of its Kickstarter campaign on Tuesday, the burgeoning men’s underwear label clocked out with $291,493 in seed money—more than nine times its initial funding goal. The brainchild of Jake Bronstein, a New York City entrepreneur, Flint and Tinder aims to bring tighty-whitey production back to the United States. Bronstein hit upon the idea after underwear-shopping at Macy’s. “I was looking at the tags, trying to find the right pair,” he explains, “when I realized that not one of the brands they carry comes from America.”

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