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Almost better than being in the buff: Sheex Sleepwear

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Sheex Sleepwear


Let’s face it, us humans are creatures of comfort. Why wouldn’t we be? We’ve figured out how to build elaborate shelters and means of transportation that can take us from one side of the world to the other while nipping at cocktails and napping on Ambien. So why wouldn’t we, when given the opportunity, slip into something a bit more comfortable? The something in this case is some fancy sleepwear from Sheex, and by “a bit more comfortable” I mean a lot more comfortable.

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Based on what I know about Sheex at this point, the name is synonymous with comfort. Sheex sheets are so comfortable that I’ve all but eschewed all the other sheets for my bed. The same goes for Sheex sleepwear. It is simply the most lightweight and comfy sleep/loungewear ever. Seriously.

The $70 Men’s Lounge Pant starts calling my name at about the halfway point in my homeward commute. By the time I cross the threshold of my front door, I am ready to get out of the work clothes and into the lounge clothes. The blend of 82% polyester and 18% Spandex means that I get treated to a light, breathable swaddling of my lower half that is comfortable at just about any temperature, and the overall feel of the material is pure luxury.

As mentioned in the introductory article, the $38 Men’s Tank is in a class by itself. Every aspect of this piece of clothing is meant to enhance comfort. The four-way stretch fabric is a blend of 84% polyester and 16% Spandex and it, like the Lounge Pant, drapes softly across the body, hugging curves as much as it allows some room for freedom of movement. The seamless side panels and wide crew neck help make sure the tank provides 360 degrees of comfort.

For more information about Sheex sleepwear, click here. To follow along on social media, click through to the Sheex Facebook or Twitter page.

**Full disclosure: This sleepwear was provided at no cost for editorial consideration, to think otherwise would be unsound.