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Look What We Found: A Camel Toe Cup From SmoothGroove

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Here's a fun little fact, brought to you by the kind folks behind SmoothGroove: Did you know that "a staggering 55% of women, irrespective of age, size or weight, experience camel toe at some point"? Yes, a staggering 55%. SmoothGroove, as you've probably deduced, is a camel toe prevention device, and basically it's a polymer cup for women that you shove in your too-tight leggings to prevent looking like, well, Google it.

There are three different colors to choose from (black, white, and clear), and it comes in a "discreet" satin pouch. It's washable, thank god, and they say it's "extremely comfortable." Perhaps the most interesting element here, though, is that now Camelflage—a $19.99 pair of underwear that also fights against the dreaded hoof—has some competition.
· SmoothGroove [Official Site]
· Hoofing It [Racked]