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The undies that look and feel like you're not wearing a thing

New technology makes these undies the comfiest you'll ever wear.

When the weather is hot, you want to be as cool as possible - everywhere. Which is why Aussie company Paire has made undies that feel as though you're not wearing anything at all.

Unlike most seamless undies that are made with synthetic fibres, Paire's undies are made from a new technology, NudeTech. Created from natural tree fibres, this allows them to hold their shape in the same way polyester does, while also being invisible under tight jeans and leggings. The fabric is breathable, moisture-wicking and doesn't ride up or bunch down.

Hands holding Paire undies
Paire has invented undies that feel as though you're not wearing anything. Photo: Paire

They're the first undies in the world to use a regenerated silk fibre, RegSilk, which is smooth, skin-friendly, anti-smell and hypoallergenic. It's sustainably engineered by reusing wasted cocoon and recycling it into fibres. Plus, it contains active antimicrobial properties that keep the undies hygienic at all times.


"My wife has been bugging me to develop a comfortable pair of undies for years," says co-founder Rex. "It's not that easy. We spent almost two years developing these new materials and technology with hundreds of rounds of prototyping. And we have finally found the best formula of the blend."

Paire bikini briefs on woman
The classic bikini style. Photo: Paire

There are two styles to choose from. The classic bikini is a seamless low brief, made from super-fine modal and RegSilk Protein Fibre. It comes in black, lilac and pale blue, and is available in sizes small to XXL.

Model in Paire full-briefs
The women's full-brief. Credit: Paire

The full-briefs are made from the same fabric but have a higher waist and lower leg for more coverage. As with the bikini briefs, they are seamless and super comfortable. They're not just for women either; men's undies in the same fabric are due to be released later this year.

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