If you bought a pair of Thinx Period Underwear between November 12, 2016 and November 28, 2022, this class action settlement may affect your rights.

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit called Dickens, et al. v. Thinx Inc., No. 1:22- cv-4286-JMF, pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. The lawsuit involves Thinx Period Underwear and makes allegations regarding the presence of short chain per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances ("PFAS"), Agion anti-microbial treatment, and the organic cotton line of the underwear.

Thinx denies all of the allegations made in the lawsuit and denies that Thinx did anything improper or unlawful. With respect to PFAS, Thinx confirms that PFAS have never been a part of its product design, and that it will continue to take measures to help ensure that PFAS are not intentionally added to Thinx Period Underwear at any stage of production. The proposed settlement is not an admission of guilt or wrongdoing of any kind by Thinx.

Please read this website and the Notice carefully. Whether you act or not, your legal rights as a member of the Settlement Class are affected by the settlement.

Summary of Your Legal Rights and Options in This Settlement
Submit a Claim Form Submit a Claim Form on or before April 12, 2023. This is the only way to get a Class Benefit from the settlement. By receiving a benefit, you will give up rights and be bound by the settlement.
Exclude Yourself You will receive no payment, but you will retain any right you currently have to sue Thinx about the issues covered by the settlement. This is the only option that allows you to keep your right to bring any other claim against Thinx released by the settlement.
Object Write to the Court explaining why you don't like the settlement.
Attend the Final Approval Hearing If you object, you may also ask to speak in court about the fairness of the settlement.
Do Nothing If you do nothing, you will not receive anything from the settlement. You will be bound by the terms of the settlement, and you won't be able to sue Thinx in a future lawsuit about any claim released by the settlement.

These rights and options and the deadlines to exercise them are explained further on the Frequently Asked Questions page of this website.