Fruit of the Loom Builds Horizontal Wind Tunnel For X Games, Sends In Jamie Bestwick

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What is it like inside a 50-foot wind tunnel blasting winds up to 65 mph towards you with a parachute strapped to your back? Watch the video above. Or you can just take my word for it.
BMX Vert legend and 14-time gold medalist Jamie Bestwick, who was working with Fruit of the Loom to promote their Breathable Underwear, and X Games Minneapolis 2017 attendees had an insane time battling those high winds created by Fruit of the Loom to showcase the breathability of its Men’s and Ladies Breathable Underwear, of which 10,000 pairs were handed out to fans during the X Games.
The winds Bestwick battled were created by using a high-powered fan that was used in the 1996 hit movie, Twister, to mimic the effects of actual tornados.


I know what you’re thinking: What are breathable underwear? These aren’t your dad’s old cotton boxers. We’ve entered a new era for underwear. Gone are the days of boxers being a swampy disaster after a long day at a game or in the wind tunnel. Thanks to Fruit of the Loom you have options.
Breathable Boxer Briefs feature moisture wicking technology with micro-mesh fabric, promoting air flow to keep guys cool and dry.
Men’s Breathable Boxer Briefs from Fruit of the Loom are an underwear game-changer, a boxer brief featuring no-ride-up legs and a wide, tagless waistband.
And ladies, Fruit of the Loom has you covered as well.
Ladies’ Breathable Underwear feature a micro-mesh fabric designed to promote air flow to girls cool, available in a number of stylish and contemporary color options.
Made with a smooth, comfy and tag free waistband, Ladies’ Breathable Underwear from Fruit of the Loom boast comfort-covered leg openings and micro-mesh fabric designed to keep you cool and dry.

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