Can you hardly handle the chafing and fear of visible panty-lines while wearing exercise pants? Are you sick of finding yourself face-to-visible booty with the person in downward dog in front of you wearing the thinnest leggings ever made? Yes people, it is what you're thinking - the yoga pants redesign we've all been waiting for. We're going commando and we're loving it.

Throw your flimsy leggings in the garbage because NYC startup company, Dear Kate is here to save the exercise day, again. Known for their high performance underwear, Dear Kate just launched a Kickstarter on May 29th for a new type of yoga pants that allow you the freedom to go commando and not think twice about it. 

The founder Julie Syigel, 26, developed these pants after surveying 900 women about what they wanted from their exercise pants and discovered that commando was high up there on the list. After undergoing extensive research, product development, testing and prototyping, the Go Commando yoga pants came to life, and now we are wondering why no one thought of this earlier!

The pants, which are also available in shorts, capri, and full-length and in sizes XS-3X, incorporate a small inset of Dear Kate’s patent-pending Underlux fabric to replace underwear, which is designed to provide support, comfort, a killer booty, and most importantly, freedom of movement. Also, of course there is fabric technology so expect a nice breeze. 

After rapid success on their Kickstarter page, Dear Kate nnounced a stretch goal of $100,000 on Friday, May 30 that will give the ability to customize the pants with contrast stitching! Dear Kate is a longtime friend of BUST so show them some support and DONATE so we can FINALLY go commando in our yoga pants!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1527229560/go-commando-with-dear-kate-yoga-pants

Also, the pants are made locally in NYC by women, for women.

Check out Kickstarter video here!

Tagged in: yoga pants, yoga, underwear, Panties, kickstarter, exercise, Dear Kate   

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