Fat-Burning Weight Loss Pants - Skivvies To Make You Skinny
Japan's Wacoal Corporation has just introduced new styles and leg lengths of their groundbreaking Cross Walker fat-burning weight loss pants for women and men.
Though people-watchers on the streets of Japan's major metropolitan centers would be hard pressed to spy anyone remotely overweight or obese, the concept of fat-burning clothing appeals to pretty much anyone regardless of any actual perceived need.
UPDATE: This item may no longer be available. You may want to try some Slimming Sauna Shorts or Anti-Cellulite Shorts (which gets rave reviews).
According to Wacoal, the revolutionary cross structure built into the fabric of Cross Walker weight loss pants "will stimulate the muscles of the thighs, and spread it with a natural stride".
In effect, you're exercising while not actually exercising - that's bound to be appealing to, well, pretty much everyone.
Wacoal also states that Cross Walker weight loss pants are designed with what they call "hip-up"... the fibers of the weight loss pants sculpt and lift from the hips down, creating a more youthful silhouette. Sort of a girdle but not an actual girdle per se.
Wacoal's 2010 Autumn Winter Collection, including Cross Walker weight loss pants, went on sale at a variety of Japanese retail outlets on May 18th. You read that right: Though summer's not quite arrived yet, Wacoal is jumping the seasonal gun by announcing their Autumn Winter Collection now. Go figure... with the emphasis on "figure".
Interested buyers unable to visit Japanese clothing and department stores in person are able to order Wacoal's Cross Walker fat-burning weight loss pants online at Rakuten. Prices may vary over the range of styles and sizes.
An example is a pair of black Cross Walker women's weight loss pants in the semi-long leg length (shown in the main title image above) which sell for just 5,628 yen ($61), as opposed to the regular price of 7,035 yen ($76.50). Run... or walk, to get yours! (via Walker Plus)
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