Now men are suppose to wear colorful tights

Now men are suppose to wear colorful tights
- There is no reason why boys should squeeze into woman tights, or try to get training pants to work outside the gym, says Adam Freck to New York Daily News.

Adam Freck (31) and his friend Andrew Volk (31) in December started the company Megging Man Clothing in Chicago.

The two specialize in tights for men, and recently launched an online shop for this. And only this.

The slogan for the online store, are "comfort and quality." The guys have spent all their savings to get men to follow in the footsteps of tight-loving guys like Mick Jagger, Lenny Kravitz and not at least Robin Hood.

"Megging" is a combination of the words "man" and "leggings" and the two believe that Megging is a natural development from tight jeans.

They also believe that there is a huge market for man tights, and that it is time that tight spandex pants are commonly used.

Megging Man has produced tights in many colors and patterns, including metallic colors and camouflage patterns.

Fashion experts hate it however. One expert says:

- I must admit that at first glance I'm not a super fan of Megging. But I'm not so excited about the female version either. Comfy - clearly. Nice - not particularly. Fashion - no way.

What do you think?

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