UnderFit Launches Kickstarter Campaign

May 6, 2015 | By | Reply More

My buddy Paul Beck over at UnderFit just launched a Kickstarter Campaign to fund the development of their latest undershirt design.

Looks like they’ll soon be releasing a deeper/wider v-neck and an updated crew neck undershirt.

The Prototypes – V-Neck and Crew Neck Undershirts

The new version for which we are raising money will be of much higher fabric and stitching quality and also sport a deeper and wider V-neck so it stays hidden.

Most V-necks aren’t designed to be hidden when two buttons on an Oxford shirt are unbuttoned. Many people that buy V-necks are wearing them in a casual setting with two buttons unbuttoned. Our prototype V-necks stay hidden in these situations, exactly what V-necks are meant to do.

The seams are all very high quality, which is most often used in athletic and swimwear for its incredible durability. Many undershirts develop holes in the underarm because multiple seams meet at that point.

This new version will have the special knitting, which will ensure no holes will develop with these shirts.

With 27 days to go, UnderFit has already raised 13.5% of their $10k funding goal.

More Info: Kickstarter

UnderFit Undershirts Kickstarter Video

UnderFit Prototype Undershirts

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