We’re all about supporting a man’s body. In fact, it’s not unusual for us to become jealous of very lucky jock straps. Now, Equmen is giving us more sportswear to envy with its new line of helix-mapping super shirts.
The brand’s latest enhance the male body in such innovative ways that cosmetic surgeons in WeHo, South Beach and Chelsea are surely fantasizing about the company’s failure.
Once you fend off the distraction caused by the jaw-dropping models found on Equmen’s website, you’ll notice the cutting-edge fashion science used to help prove the line’s mettle. The previously-mentioned helix-mapping technology works itself through the circuit-queen tight shirts, wrapping around a guy’s core and upper body tighter than us in a rare (believable?) moment of drunken desperation.
Through this inventive addition, hotties wearing the shirts receive noticeable posture support, and their upper-body assets become streamlined and slimmed. (We hope, though, that the garments do not have a slimming effect on guys’ lower-body assets…)
Unlike previously used methods which give the illusion that our three-pack is really a sixer – corsets, airbrushing – the Equmen sports shirts breathe like a second skin, which, when combined with its amazing alignment abilities, make for a workout like none other.
Despite its physiotherapy properties, like other athletic garments such as jock straps and tube socks, it’s only a matter of time before the shirts become another fetish checkmark box on Gay.com.
Not that we’re complaining.
Equmen V-neck tees, $99 – $109