Camelflage: wave goodbye to unsightly camel toe crimes!

No one loves camel toe (well, almost no one, anyway. We know from previous posts on this subject that there are a few of you out there who think camel toe is the best thing since flip-flops with socks, so if you’re one of those people, this product definitely isn’t for you), but what on earth can you do to prevent it?

Well, actually, now you come to mention it, we can think of a couple of things you could try:

1. Don’t wear leggings or tights as pants.

2. That’s it. Just don’t do it. Voila! Camel toe is defeated!

If, however, you find yourself in the unfortunate position of having to wear leggings, or something similarly skintight (we’re thinking maybe for the gym, or something – there are some perfectly innocent occurrences of tight pants in the world, after all) and revealing, as pants, there is another solution:

3. Camelflage, “the original visual privacy garment”.

(Quick aside: “Visual privacy”. We love that phrase. We think we’re going to adopt it. “Those harem pants are violating my visual privacy!” or “Those Crocs are an offence against Visual Privacy”. Awesome. We think the makers of Camelflague deserve a round of applause, for bringing this phrase to our attention, if nothing else.)

Camelflague, as you will learn from the website, is basically underwear with an extra panel sewn into the crotch, to hide camel toe and protect people’s visual privacy. This is distinct from “Cuchini, the camel-toe eraser“, which we brought to your attention last year, in that it’s not removable: the “insert” is part of the undergarment, so you can’t remove it and wear it with something else.

What does everyone think of this idea? The Camelflage is available as a thong or as a brief, and retails for $19.99, but do you think you’d use it, or are there other, easier ways to prevent camel toe? Maybe you don’t think camel toe should be prevented, or perhaps it’s just not an issue in your tight-pants-free life. Whatever you think, tell us in the comments!