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This Startup Makes Yoga Pants Made Explicitly for Going Commando

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A startup called Dear Kate is attempting to make it totally fine to put laundry off another couple of days: They've engineered yoga pants that don't require underwear during use. How is this possible? They have a whole Kickstarter explaining the how. It involves very thick material that keeps everything wicked and "leak-resistant."

But does taking what is widely considered the most reviled of all pants and removing the need for under garments make it less terrible or more terrible? Qatar, can you weigh in on this?

Pros: Wedgies, chaffing, panty lines, thong constriction, etc. a thing of the past. They even claim to banish the dreaded camel toe. Cons: You're not wearing underwear. It looks like there are plenty of folks excited about the former category because the Kickstarter launched today and they've already doubled their goal. The commando-condoners have spoken.

· Go Commando with Dear Kate Yoga Pants [Kickstarter]
· 5 Spandex Bottoms For Prancersizing Without the Camel Toe [Racled]