Body Sculpting Shirt For Men. You have a beer belly like this guy? Then how should you dress up to hide the bulge? Well, dude, get yourself a body sculpting shirt like the white tee he’s wearing in the middle photo. Avoid the shirt that emphasizes your big belly unless you want to look this photo of female-to-male transgender, Thomas Beatie, who got himself pregnant.
But then again, maybe Oprah will invite you to her show when she does an episode about men and their beer bellies. So maybe it ain’t so bad if you want to “show off” your big gut, eh?
So where does one buy a body sculpting shirt for men? Well, here are some brands you might want to check out. We are pretty sure you can find them in the men’s section of your department store. Of course, you can always find them online:
Equmen Body Sculpting Shirt for Men. The Equmen Core Precision shirt is supposedly designed to make 50 year old dudes look 10-20 years younger. To be fair, it’s got some good reviews from people who tried it to see whether it is as good as it claims.
Waist Eliminator by Go Softwear. You may not have heard of Go Softwear but this men’s apparel brand has been making men’s underwear and swimwear since 1996. It’s waist eliminator actually looks cool, no?
Spanx For Men. You are mistaken if you think Spanx is only for women. It’s also been making body sculpting shirt for men. Check this out.
Leonisa Body Toner. This Leo Torso Toner Body Shaper for Men (available at leonisa.com) will help you lose up to 2 sizes in your belly! This Leo men’s compression shaper helps flatten and tone the abdomen, chest and back. Provides back control, support and posture correction. Stretchable powernet provides firm control and contouring. Perfect to wear daily or after a surgical procedure.
So what do you think of the above body sculpting shirt for men? Pretty cool, huh? Now, these outfits will help you hide the bulge but it is still best — healthwise — if you actually lose the bulge through good diet and exercise. You agree, right?
Body Sculpting Shirt For Men first posted 13 January 2010. Updated 24 February 2017.