9 thoughts on “Men! Suffer no longer!

  1. It seems to be an updated version of what we used to call “a Shatner”, after the device worn by Captain Kirk. I guess I’d be more impressed if there were a “before” picture for the model that made me believe he “needed” such a thing, too.

  2. my favourite part of the Ript website (apart from the running ript model, of course) is this:

    “How to put shirt on: Pull on all the way to your underarm, then pull over your head.
    How to take shirt off: Pull shirt up to your underarm, then grab one side and pull all the way over your head. ”

    Thanks. Glad that’s all clear now.

  3. I can see why they would need those instructions because guys aren’t used to wearing really tiny and restrictive clothing. I bet more than a few men have gotten stuck in those shirts!

  4. It’s only $58! Maybe you have to pay $50 for the instructions on how to put it on and take it off. What a ript-off…

  5. Interestingly the language used to describe the product does not seem to be directed at men:

    “RIPT FUSION is a classic men’s undershirt injected with steroids. Immediately, he will look and feel better in all of his clothes with a heightened sense of confidence.
    … That’s why there’s RIPT FUSION: a body-sculpting undershirt designed to support a man’s core, shave inches off his belly and enhance his posture.”

    I suspect the ploy is that some women may want there male partners to resemble the guy in the ad.

    I’m going to buy one for my other half because I want him to ‘look better’, but I don’t think it will work because he is skinny. Is there one which bulks them up a bit?

  6. […] “ ?” you may be wondering. RIPT, according to RIPT, is “a body-sculpting undershirt designed to support your core, shave inches off your belly and enhance your posture. Immediately, you will look and feel better in your clothes with a heightened sense of core consciousness.” It’s also a product on the cutting edge of achieving equality for women via regression. […]

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