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Only For Men : Pantyhose

Ok! All you men out there. I have news for you. Did you know what you have been missing out on for all these years? Pantyhose...or should I say Mantyhose?

I was ‘surprised' when I saw the site propagating the use of pantyhose by men. According to the e-MANcipate site , "e-MANcipate is a project to accelerate the acceptance of male pantyhose as a regular clothing item."

The website also includes tons of images...and some useful tips like How to put on your male pantyhose without destroying it?'

An attempt to boost up the use of mantyhose is made with articles that claim wearing pantyhose improves blood circulation and heightens athletic performance.

Whatever...I am sure that most men out there would agree that the mantyhose is one fashion trend we can pass.

And you can thank me for bring this tip, or should I say warning to you.

Via: buzzfeed

 

Aditi Simlai Tiwari
Innovative Fashions Writer
InventorSpot.com

Comments
Aug 12, 2008
by Anonymous

I don't know

I don't know, some of the styles look pretty cool. Might have to give this trend a chance.

Aug 12, 2008
by Anonymous

Runners tights are ok. Or Kobe Bryant's tights.

But not pantyhose.

Aug 14, 2008
by Anonymous

Difference

Other then being thinner whats the difference between running tights and pantyhose. What if they were called male legwear? Would you be more interested in trying them?

Aug 14, 2008
by Anonymous

Mens Pantyhose

Finally! Something other than boring typical pants and shirt (and the rare occasions for jacket and tie) for men!!
Women have been wearing mens clothes for years now so why not?

Aug 18, 2008
by Anonymous

I'm all for it!

I've been wearing them for years for improved leg circulation. Along the way, I discovered a number of other benefits too. When I go running or cycling on chilly mornings, they keep my legs warm w/o being too hot after I've finished exercising, or when the outdoor temperature rises. I'm glad to see the trend is starting to gain some momentum. -Steve in Columbus.