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Experimental Underwear Finishes Month-Long Wear Test

August 3, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Wearables

Experimental Underwear Finishes Month-Long Wear Test

So your a Japanese company working on the J-Wear, underwear that’s “designed to be anti-bacterial, odor free, flame retardant, static free and water resistant”. How do you test it? Get a Japanese astronaut to try it out on the International Space Station for a month!
oichi Wakata took a big step for mankind, probably breaking the record for consecutive days faced with the same underwear. Last we heard, Wakata is back from space, and his month-old apparel is now undergoing serious testing by (of course Japanese) scientists to determine its effective.
It’s honestly hard imagining for a pair of groin covers to …read more

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