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It’s here: The onesie sweater for men

A cableknit onesie sweater for your man

By Kim Anne Dec 21, 2012 5:00PM

Photo courtesy The FriskyOur mouths were already hanging open earlier in the week after getting word that man tights (a.k.a. “meggings,” as they’ve been dubbed) were rising in popularity. And now, the bar for strange male clothing continues to rise.

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We spied this full-body onesie on The Frisky and couldn’t help but stare. A onesie cableknit sweater for dudes? Is this for real? It looks shockingly similar to what we would imagine an abominable snowman would wear (if, in fact, an abdominal snowman wore clothes in the first place, we which imagine he would not). 

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The 'thick knit' sweater / bodysuit item was created by a Boston design studio for the man who just can’t bear to shiver. How you go to the bathroom in that thing, well that’s another story. 

Tell us: Would you buy your man a onesie?

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Photo: Courtesy The Frisky

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