Dreamy Comfort: Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Shorts

Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Short

The new Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Short ($17.95) may be intended for a good night’s sleep, but with a cut too flattering to ignore, you could be in for a pleasantly restless evening. They’re cut like booty shorts with high legs and made more comfortable with a lightweight fabric (96% rayon, 4% spandex) and a roomier cut that provides the “tangle-free” fit mentioned in the name.

Ill-fitting sleepwear can result in a rude awakening, especially if the short’s material twists around your package. But the fit of the Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Short alleviates this by handling your package with care. The waistband is lightly elasticated to sit comfortably on the hips without becoming constricting to your waist and thighs. As roomy as this leaves the Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Short, it is still miles from being loose-fitting; think about your favorite pair or short running shorts, but made for rest.

The material used for the Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Short is also light enough to tease your S.O. with an outline of your appendage. It’s a sexy bonus given these shorts would likely be worn without underwear. Designed in Black, Fuchsia, and Azure Blue, the two brighter colors make it – or rather, you – easier to see. We wish you a good night, but not good luck – in the Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Shorts, no luck is needed.

The Bodyaware Soft Tangle-Free Sleep Short is available in sizes S – 2XL.

Would you actually wear the Bodyware Tangle-Free Sleep Short to bed? Or would you rather use them as some sexy loungewear? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.

For more information on this brand: Bodyaware

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0 thoughts on “Dreamy Comfort: Bodyaware Tangle-Free Sleep Shorts

  1. John says:

    After seeing these featured here, I decided to order a pair. I really like them (nice and soft, lightweight, and free feeling) but I dislike the prominent tag on the leg. It’s itchy, tacky, and the thread is already unraveling. I may risk damaging the fabric and unsewing the tag.

  2. Ginger says:

    I totally agree with the comment above that the tag is kind of obnoxious. Having said that, I would wear those shorts both to bed and also just to lounge around the house in. I have a Jack Russell beagle mix that always sleeps with me and one of his favorite place to sleep is right against my hip. So, as the article suggests, sleeping in the nude is out of the question. These shorts would need to be breathable enough so as to not be too warm in the hot desert nights where I live.

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