Home Fashion Someones invented knickers that you dont have to wash for weeks

Someones invented knickers that you dont have to wash for weeks

54
0
SHARE

Someone's invented knickers that you don't have to wash for weeks

(Picture: organicbasics)

Doing laundry isnt the most fun job in the world but if youve ever been so majorly inconvenienced by washing your knickers, then we have some good news for you.

You can now get underwear that doesnt need washing – for a few weeks( not forever, obviously – that would be gross).

Danish fashion brand Organic Basics has been working underwear that is durable, comfortable and odour-killing, so users can go a long length of time without needing to change it.

If youre not sold yet then just know theyve even worked with NASA to develop the high tech stuff.

Picture: organicbasics Knickers you dont have to change for weeks

(Picture: organicbasics)

Picture: organicbasics Knickers you dont have to change for weeks

(Picture: organicbasics)

Wearing dirty knickers is no ones idea of fun but the fancy new pants use advanced technology which doesnt make it as disgusting as it sounds.

The SilverTech 2.0 collection is filled with a secret formula that allegedly kills 99.9% of all bacteria and bonus – it gets rid of unwanted odours.

Advertisement

Advertisement

The anti-microbial silver used in the underwear is the same material used by NASA to purify the water in the International Space Station.

And theyre not just encouraging the nation to walk around wearing the same underwear for weeks for banter, but rather for environmental reasons.

More: Fashion

The Scandinavian country wants to promote sustainable living which means preventing water waste (i.e using your washing machine regularly).

They also have socks made for the same purpose. The eco-friendly brand also uses 100% recyclable materials, all of which is detailed on their Kickstarter page which claims to have created extra ventilation in critical sweat zones. That means your crotch.

The campaign has already amassed 606 backers and has raised over £60,000 from supporters.

So if anyone questions why youve gone 17 days without changing your knickers, tell them its for the environment.

MORE: Rihannas Savage x Fenty lingerie line is finally here

MORE: Asking a babys permission before changing its nappy may not be completely mad

MORE: 9 awful sex experiences that weve all had

Advertisement

Advertisement

Original Article

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here