Mario Lopez Launches New Clothing Brand and Underwear Line. Now Available at Freshpair.com

This just in — my friends over at Freshpair.com just handed me the news that Mario Lopez just launched his own clothing brand!  Very cool news indeed!

Mario’s “Rated M” brand will include several lines, but he’ll first be launching his “Elementary” underwear line, available exclusively at Freshpair.com for the next couple months, that will include briefs, trunks, and undershirts as well. Other lines will be following on early next year.

Rated M – Elementary Line Details

  • 2-Pack Crew Neck & 2-Pack V-Neck Undershirts. Fabric: 54% cotton, 36% polyester, 10% spandex. Colors: White, Heather Grey, Black. Price: $34.50 ($17.25 each) 
  • Crew Neck & V-Neck Undershirts. Fabric: 54% cotton, 36% polyester, 10% spandex. Colors: Blue, Red. Price: $22 each
  • 2-Pack Tank Tops. Fabric: 54% cotton, 36% polyester, 10% spandex. Colors: White, Heather Grey, Black. Price: $29.50 ($14.75)
  •  Tank Top. Fabric: 54% cotton, 36% polyester, 10% spandex. Colors: Blue, Red. Price: $20
  • Underwear 2-packs & 1 packs. Available in boxer brief and briefs. Colors: White, Heather Grey, Black, Blue, Red. Price Range: 2-Packs $26.50 or $32.50,  1-Pack $16 – $20

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Mario and I got on the phone a little bit ago (yeah right) and he gave me the scoop on his line. Instead of boring you with that conversation, I thought you’d enjoy these videos instead.

Hey Mario! How about offering up a personally signed Rated M undershirt for my undershirt archive? I’ll come pick it up and we can do lunch!

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4 thoughts on “Mario Lopez Launches New Clothing Brand and Underwear Line. Now Available at Freshpair.com”

    • hi qiuyong, i was referring to modal and micromodal for the pilling issue.

      i don’t normally see pilling in cotton/spandex, and haven’t seen any notable degradation on cvc/spandex – but i haven’t tried that many of them yet.

      i have seen a lot of pilling on modal/spandex, micromodal/spandex, micromodal/supima, etc. pretty much every modal product i have pills very quickly, even after one or two normal wears. and the blends are all around 95/5, 93/7, or 90/10.

      thanks again for the contributions! i really enjoy having you here!

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  1. I don’t think the cvc spandex fabric for undershirt is comfort . especially in dry and cold winter weather.
    cotton/modal spandex or cotton spandex or celullose fiber with spandex will be much better than cvc with spandex.

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    • hey qiuyong! thanks for stopping by and posting your thoughts. appreciate having feedback from someone in the knitting industry!

      for those who don’t know what cvc is, it’s chief value (of) cotton – meaning a cotton/poly fabric that the shirt is made mostly with cotton over polyester. in this undershirt, the blend is 54% cotton, 36% poly (and spandex for stretch/fit).

      although modal-based undershirts feel very nice, modal generally pills very quickly unless you take really special care of it – which you shouldn’t have to worry about it with an undershirts.

      but, i’ve been trying out some newer cellullose based undershirt samples that are pretty great – but i just don’t want to let the cat out of the bag too soon on those!

      i’ve had some really great experience with polyester-based undershirts recently, so i don’t want make any comments on mario’s undershirt yet until i try it personally. once i try it, i’ll let you know how it feels and fits!

      thanks again for stopping by and providing your thoughts.

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