There were of course the haters (us included), hyperbolizing the feelings of many on Twitter.
This terribly named product allows men to finally experience the ironic juxtaposition of "freedom of movement" and "literal confinement" that the romper (or "playsuit") provides.
It's just like regular rompers for women but with a front shirt pocket, adjustable waist ban, deep pockets and a front zipper. A Kickstarter campaign from RompHim is blazing a trail across the internet with convention-defying rompers for men.
Moon, Abe agree to co-operate on North Korea
Xi said China was willing to handle disputes with South Korea "appropriately" on the basis of mutual trust and understanding. But the new administration's conciliatory attitude toward North Korea may open up rifts with regional partners.
ACED Design is unleashing the RompHim, a romper designed for men, just in time for summer barbecue season, WCMH reported. After all, why shouldn't men be able to wear rompers, whether they're RompHims or not? More than 600 people have backed the campaign, pledging $65,292 ― smashing the campaign's original goal of $10,000. "The romper thing started today because of Young Dro and dude wasn't even wearing one lol".
What do you say to those that take issue with the gendering of a garment that can in actuality be worn by anyone regardless of gender? You know, casually playing pool, attending baseball games and cavorting at an all-guys Champagne spray party in your romper, shades and a fur coat. They present to you: the RompHim. The "four friends of varied backgrounds (management consulting, investment banking and private equity, and fintech)" found that "everything was either too corporate. too fratty. too "runway". or too basic". Well then you're in luck, as this week Aced Design launched its Kickstarter for the RompHim.
If you're a woman who loves rompers, chances are that other folks would love rompers for the same reasons. "This super-garment is created to. keep you cool as the days and nights heat up". We also provided a zipper in the back pocket for extra security which is something we heard guys were anxious about.