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Manties: A Revolution In Men’s Underwear?

Submitted by on December 10, 2009 – 3:37 pm4 Comments
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Equmen’s “Core Precision Undershirt”

First there was the “murse”, and now we have “manties” and “mirdles” – slimming/supporting underwear for men.

Yes, that’s right – pretty much men in Spanx. Can you dig it?

An Australian company named Equmen has already starting making these pieces, after discovering that men are concerned about extra weight in their torso, as well as posture and back pain.

The manties “lift and smooth” the butt, while the mirdle is designed to take inches off a man’s waist and improve posture with athletic technology. Saks Fifth Avenue is just one of the retailers that has already stocked up with these items, officially known as the “Core Precision Undershirt” and “Presision Underwear”.

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Ladies and gents – what is your take on this?

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4 Comments »

  • ggggg says:

    oh lord wat next

  • I think if dudes are concerned about the weight they should workout etc. If their worried about back pain then they should do things like not carrying a wallet with a bunch of cards in it.

    This really isn’t needed. There’s a reason why men used to be men and women used to be women. Now it’s all out of whack. I say “used to” because dudes act like fems and fems try to act like dudes.

  • Kwaping says:

    “I think if dudes are concerned about the weight they should workout etc.”

    Replace the word “dudes” with “people” and you’re good. :)

  • D.A.V.E. says:

    its like a girdle…for men.

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