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Different types of shapewears

 

 

What is shapewear?

 

Men have become more body conscious to enhance their look and good silhouette than women in these days. Exercising and following strict dietary are not the only approaches to target that physique that looks slimmer under compact shirts. There will be a chance to cut down your sperm count if you used to do exercise beyond the certain period of time. To overcome these, Shapewears, an underwear garment designed for men that help to reduce your beer bellies and concealing bulge areas such as abdomen, waist, butt and thighs. There are different types of shapewear for men, each with a different purpose.

 

Dermawear Men's V-Shaper:

 

Dermawear Men's V-shaper brings you back desired torso at very ease. These shapewears are typically used to lift and shape those flabby bottoms and add it helps to cut down your belly. It is made of blended cotton material like cotton/lycra and can be stretchable in four dimensions. It encourages good posture and breathable product.

 

Dermawear Men's Tummy Tight:

 

Dermawear Men's Tummy Tight is built with cotton/lycra that actually helps to boost circulation, tone muscles and even protect your muscles from being tired. It comes with micro massagers that supervise consistent pressure on your body as it moves and accelerates micro-circulation that forces to cut down your excess fat. It is one of the best ways to get good outfit without doing complicate tasks such as operations etc.

 

Dermawear Men's wressler:

 

Dermawear Men's wressler is less likelihood of men's v-shaper except straps and it provides more comfort and flexible as it having straps and trims the tummy area.

 

 Which size should I choose?

 

Choosing the correct size for men's shapewears is always challenging task than women buying the bra for first time. It really depends upon the designing material and manufacturer. For your reference,

Waist Size

S

M

L

XL

XXL

XXXL

Inches

30-32

34-36

38-40

42-44

46-48

50-52

Cms

75-80

85-90

95-100

105-110

115-120

125-130

 

 


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Modified on 29/11/2017



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