Go Commandos, your Next Best Habit!

  If going commando is something you have never tried or something that you prefer but just weren't totally comfortable with it then Go Commandos are your god send! They are super comfy and the easiest solution to feel sexy without the hassle of panty lines. Go online and get a bunch for yourself to have Go Commandos be your next best habit! About Go Commandos: Originating some-time in the mid-1970’s, the term ‘going commando’ is widely understood as the practice of not wearing underwear.  But interesting enough, back in the days of war, it used to be associated with soldiers who were reputed to go without underwear to ‘increase ventilation and reduce moisture.’  If they only had known what they started! In 2005, Jo Bernard and BK Phillips launched GoCommandos, a fashion solution to the ‘visible panty line’ problem.  Together, they designed a brilliantly shaped cotton “patch” with a custom, surgical-grade adhesive that allowed women to go underwear-free while wearing pants or shorts.  Easy to wear, comfortable, not binding or restrictive, GoCommandos was a simple way for women to feel comfortable AND sexy.  But besides solving one problem, unbeknownst to them, they were actually resolving many more.   Through the years and hundreds of letters later, surprisingly, customers have found relief with GoCommandos.  Besides wearing them to avoid thongs and panty lines, women are using them to cover irritating seams, keep clothing clean & hygienic, and protect female parts.  GoCommandos are helping some nine million women in the U.S. that suffer from Chronic Pelvic Pain, Vulvodynia, Interstitial Cystitis, Pudendal Nerve Damage, Vaginitis, Endometriosis, etc.  This little inventive patch is taking over the world of conventional underwear in a much bigger way.  “I was thrilled to hear our patch was doing more than we expected.  It wasn’t until customers began sharing their individual stories that I realized GoCommandos have become a necessity for some women,” explains Jo.   Made from both organic and non-organic cottons, GoCommandos can be worn on most types of materials.  They are ideal for workout pants and have become popular within the yoga community.  The patches are perfect for travel, and both maternity and military wear. “GoCommandos is a lifestyle,” adds Jo.  “Our product is clean, safe, healthy for the body and easy to discard, who wouldn’t want to ‘go commando?’ Having recently acquired GoCommandos back from a sale in 2010 where the purchaser failed to honor their agreement, Jo and BK have been busy building their new team and have re-launched the company with new packaging, new pricing, and a website.  Jo is attending various medical conferences around the country and working with physicians and physical therapists to educate them and their patients about the benefits of going underwear-free. *GoCommandos, is your next best habit!  www.gocommandos.com *FAQ's About GoCommandos, click here: http://www.gocommandos.com/commandos-howto.html   Stay Stylish Chicago, Katie

 

If going commando is something you have never tried or something that you prefer but just weren't totally comfortable with it then Go Commandos are your god send! They are super comfy and the easiest solution to feel sexy without the hassle of panty lines. Go online and get a bunch for yourself to have Go Commandos be your next best habit!

About Go Commandos:

Originating some-time in the mid-1970’s, the term ‘going commando’ is widely understood as the practice of not wearing underwear.  But interesting enough, back in the days of war, it used to be associated with soldiers who were reputed to go without underwear to ‘increase ventilation and reduce moisture.’  If they only had known what they started!

In 2005, Jo Bernard and BK Phillips launched GoCommandos, a fashion solution to the ‘visible panty line’ problem.  Together, they designed a brilliantly shaped cotton “patch” with a custom, surgical-grade adhesive that allowed women to go underwear-free while wearing pants or shorts.  Easy to wear, comfortable, not binding or restrictive, GoCommandos was a simple way for women to feel comfortable AND sexy.  But besides solving one problem, unbeknownst to them, they were actually resolving many more.  

Through the years and hundreds of letters later, surprisingly, customers have found relief with GoCommandos.  Besides wearing them to avoid thongs and panty lines, women are using them to cover irritating seams, keep clothing clean & hygienic, and protect female parts.  GoCommandos are helping some nine million women in the U.S. that suffer from Chronic Pelvic Pain, Vulvodynia, Interstitial Cystitis, Pudendal Nerve Damage, Vaginitis, Endometriosis, etc.  This little inventive patch is taking over the world of conventional underwear in a much bigger way.

 “I was thrilled to hear our patch was doing more than we expected.  It wasn’t until customers began sharing their individual stories that I realized GoCommandos have become a necessity for some women,” explains Jo.  


Made from both organic and non-organic cottons, GoCommandos can be worn on most types of materials.  They are ideal for workout pants and have become popular within the yoga community.  The patches are perfect for travel, and both maternity and military wear.

“GoCommandos is a lifestyle,” adds Jo.  “Our product is clean, safe, healthy for the body and easy to discard, who wouldn’t want to ‘go commando?’

Having recently acquired GoCommandos back from a sale in 2010 where the purchaser failed to honor their agreement, Jo and BK have been busy building their new team and have re-launched the company with new packaging, new pricing, and a website.  Jo is attending various medical conferences around the country and working with physicians and physical therapists to educate them and their patients about the benefits of going underwear-free.

*GoCommandos, is your next best habit!  www.gocommandos.com

*FAQ's About GoCommandos, click here: http://www.gocommandos.com/commandos-howto.html

 

Stay Stylish Chicago,

Katie


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Stay Stylish Chicago,

Katie