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- 72% Nylon/ 28% Elastane
- 79% Nylon/21% Elastane
- Machine Wash
- Tagless hipster-cut panty featuring contrast logo at waistband
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- Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 3.7 x 0.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004YVU614
- Item model number: D3429
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
After first washing, I thought they had promise; I had to spend some time picking them out of my ass, but we were getting used to each other, an adjustment period for us both. I was sure it would get better.
I've found that our first foray was merely a precursor to full-on up-in-my-crack action that I've received today. These panties are attempting to join my intestines, it seems. I'm wearing them the normal way (as pictured), and my butt is unremarkable and a medium-size, so I don't think any unusual shape to my own bottom is the problem.
It's hard for panty line to be visible when half the panty resides internally. True to description, these panties give no VPL. That's visible panty lines, not vasectomy producing lesions, for the hip-cats out there; although if you are a man wanting to wear these panties the latter moniker may best fit this garment for you.
If you don't have a butt crack, these panties are the ones for you. No VPL, lovely fabric, nice and smooth. They come through the washer and dryer in good shape for the first two washings at least.
Sizing reference: I have a few other pairs of CK underwear (bottoms up & modal lace) and find that the medium fits well in these sizes. I typically wear a 4/6 in women's pants and a s/m in most other underwear.
When I got these, I tried on a pair over a thong to make sure that they fit. By fit, I mean, that they weren't causing huge indentations in my skin or falling off. I decided to keep them based on thinking that they looked cute and seemed to fit me well. Unfortunately, I didn't move or run around enough to learn that after about 2 minutes of movement, they start to act like a credit card having trouble getting swiped.
"Maybe that's the style?", my husband asks, as I pull them up in the front and down in the back to try and find a balance that will keep them in place. Is this the style? I don't think so. I still need to try these under some more snug fitting pants (like Wunder Unders) but I'm pretty disappointed thus far.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have some similar ones from different brand. They usually will roll up when I put pants on. But this one didn't. Very nice quality.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
These didn't stay in place on me. They worked themselves down into a bunch around the crotch both in front and back while being active. Read morePublished 4 days ago by kt
I wear a small but these were too small. They didn't pinch but they were weren't comfortable and rode up constantly. The look and the feel were good.Published 7 days ago by Diane Herbst
I ordered three and regret it. They fit a bit loose and the lines are still showing when wearing leggings. Just pay a bit more for lulu lemon, much better quality.Published 8 days ago by Suphattra Sunnamthiang