About this project
Made in California
Baba Invisible panties are sexy, comfortable women's underwear.
- No seams
- No rolling
- No sign of your secret panties under any clothes
Do you like to be more liberated and free, especially in hot weather? Take away unnecessary cloth from your body, feel freedom and freshness, but be safe and comfortable at the same time!
But the invisibility not only advantage of our panties.
Every woman has a several days in a month, when she couldn't be completely comfortable and free in her usual underwear :(
We have created panties to solve this problem. Our panties are perfectly designed for women's pads. Because of our individual regulation system and special design you can fit the panties with a pad on your body just perfectly. Usual underwear cannot keep a pad not smashed for a long time, especially at night, that cause absolutely uncomfortable sleeping. Our special design don't let a pad to curl up, the silicone straps adjoin a body, that prevents any uncomfortable slipping and bending. Baba invisible panties let you sleep however you like, you can roll over, twist and turn round all night long, a pad won't be smashed or damaged.
No more ugly looking shapes under your clothes, no more bruising, smashing and crushing of pads while sleeping, workouts or any other activities. No more grandma's panties in an attempt to get your pad to fit right and comfortable. You can always be sexy and free, no matter what day is it.
Only this sample made with visible white hooks, so you could see how it works. Usual version of panties made with clear ones.
Your contributions will help us to set a manufactory, that could make the invisible panties available for every woman.
Risks and challenges
We've prepared to production process. And we're ready to start. The possibility of delays is small, but it could happen. In event there is a delay, we will notify all whom have made a contribution order and ship the product immediately upon receipt.
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