December 13th, 2012 | By love not hate
Go lingerie shopping with your wife or girlfriend and you’ve likely been surprised at just how much a lack of material can cost. Lace, apparently, is very expensive. Shelling out a ton for a pair of men’s underwear seems even more astounding, considering our basic fabric needs. So I thought. Then underwear label RevolutionWear swore that after testing out their new $100 Frigo No.1 I’d never be satisfied wearing ordinary boxer briefs again. The Sweden-based brand, which launched in the U.S. and eight other countries on April 10, bills itself as “luxury performance underwear” with products created by a European team of experts. I was skeptical, but intrigued, so I tried it.
So what does a $100 pair of men’s underwear look like?
For starters, they’ve got holes. Not the worn-out, three-year-old kind, which some may find comfortable for ventilation. Frigo No. 1’s tiny holes are laser-cut on a state-of-the-art machine and placed along the rear center of the underwear, providing targeted ventilation where things often get steamy.
But this new product does more than just circulate air. In addition to the rear ventilation system, there are several other attributes that add to the comfort—and price—of this underwear, available in 6-inch and 9-inch boxer brief style in black.
Most notable is the patented signature feature they call the “Frigo Zone,” an adjustable, interior mesh pouch that keeps your entire package stable and slightly separated from the body, allowing for ventilation and support. It sounds more complicated than it is, but the end result is that ‘the boys’ are kept cool and in place.
Some of the other details include mesh panels along the leg and crotch for extra ventilation and leg openings with hem stabilizers that prevent the leg from riding up. The sturdy waistband wicks moisture and won’t fold over. While the obvious consumer for this product is an elite athlete who needs to be able to move comfortably without worry of falling out, the manufacturer sees a broader appeal among fitness-minded guys who understand how clothing technology can help them feel (and perform) better in everyday situations.
Does the product have enough bells and whistles to warrant shelling out a cool hundred? If you’re a guy who’s willing to pay a premium for customizable features, extra support and moisture management, then the answer is yes.
But in addition to having the cash, you should also be a guy who’s got the time to properly care for them. Just as you wouldn’t drive your Rolls through the local car wash, these pricey skivvies require special handling. Frigo No. 1 are constructed from a nylon/Lycra performance fabric and entirely bonded, not stitched. So to protect your investment, it’s recommended you hang them to dry after washing. You’ll just have to ask your girl to move her expensive lingerie over on the drying rack.
It’s a common thing to talk about the most expensive cars, houses, hotels, watches, etc., now we go for the most expensive ladies underwear. So the most expensive bras that can cost higher than a luxurious mansion caught my attention. Have a look at a list of top six most expensive bras that every woman would dream to wear.
1.The most expensive bra costs $20 million. It’s designed by Susan Rosen. While usual bras are made of fabric, this unique bra is made of platinum. The reason that this ladies underwear is so expensive is that it’s made of 15-carat round-cut diamonds.
2.Another really expensive bra was designed by Victoria’s Secret in 2002 and is part of $15 million bra-panty set called Red Hot Fantasy. This women’s underwear has 300 carats of Thai rubies and is listed in Guinness Book of World Records as “the most extravagant and expensive items of underwear ever created.”
3.Heavenly Star Bra costs $12.5 million. Studded with 1,200 Sri Lankan pink sapphires, this bra includes a 90-carat emerald cut diamond as its centerpiece. That diamond alone on this bra is worth $10.6 million.
4.The list can go on by Very Sexy Fantasy Bra that costs $11 million and was designed by Mouawad in 2003 for the Gemological Institute of America in Carlsbad. He spent 370 hours on creating this bra.
5.Designed by jeweler Mouawad, Heavenly 70s Fantasy Bra is another representative of expensive bras. Tyra Banks wore it in 2004. It features 2.900 diamonds set in 10kt white gold with a flawless 70-carat pear-shaped diamond. It costs $10 million.
6.And finally, Black Diamond Fantasy Miracle Bra that costs $5 million. This ladies underwear was first worn by Adriana Lima. The bra features 3.575 black diamonds, 117 certified one-carat white round diamonds and 34 rubies. It is made of 50-carat black diamonds dangling from the center. The bra was designed by celebrity jeweler Martin Katz. This women’s underwear can be considered as a real miracle and can make each lady a true queen.
Dear women, even if one of these bras is a great present for those who can afford it, remember that you’re priceless, and there is nothing more precious than your sparkling eyes.
Photo © zimbio, most-expensive, zimbio1, most-expensive
No related posts.
Follow us on twitter: @2TPMBLOG