Cameltoe lessging

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The founder behind fitness-wear company Bandier, Jennifer Bandier, says more and more designers are using the inseam to help combat the common problem when they're creating the latest must-have work-out wear.Bandier told fashion website uk that a 'high waistband and the seamless U-shaped inseam' eliminate any 'problem areas' and that if you choose a pair of leggings with the new stitching, camel toe simply can't happen.Models are shown in an S and an XL FABRIC CONTENT: I love my new Zions Den Vegas leggings, the material is awesome and so comfy. I am usually a medium but like a tight fit for my leggings so I ordered the small & they are a perfect fit!

tights, to be fair, just the part between my legs, a little square of stretchy fabric with horrid seams puckered ‘neath my crotch in ragged reams. Rather than swallow that bitter pill I don some shorts and fire up my treadmill.

The G-rated tights are like second skin, no odd little ridge like a spandex shark fin. I thought for eighty bucks I’d run like a gazelle, instead they just make my crotch look like hell.

Or the mouth of a parasitic worm agape ready for the blood from a host victim’s nape. No extra weird seams to get caught in my notch just many miles with no thoughts of my crotch.

According to one online fitness gear company, more and more makers of leggings, which seem to offer a one-way ticket to the camel toe, are using a special U-shaped seam to ensure the fashion faux pas doesn't happen.

The cheeky term, which describes when a woman's genitalia can be seen through her closely-fitting clothes, has been in common use for much of the last decade but could be consigned to the history books if the new inseam design takes off.

According to one online gym gear company, more and more designers are using a special U-shaped seam to ensure the fashion faux pas doesn’t occur.

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