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Go Free pants bring comfort & beauty together
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Jun '10
With the launch of Go Free pants and jeans exclusively for women and the debut of the online retail store, you'll wonder why women's pants and jeans weren't always made this way.

Go Free inventor Tina Ketchie has developed a revolutionary new pant that gives even the most modest woman the freedom to go commando with the comfort of an exclusive built-in smooth cotton panel that replaces the cross seam in traditional pants.

Frustrated with panty lines and the discomfort of thongs, Ketchie was inspired to create Go Free pants after watching a television segment discussing female health. As Ketchie recalls, “The female doctor said, 'The less women wear down there, the better,' so after getting validation from my girlfriends, many who were already going commando, and conducting research, I created a pant that liberates women from having to wear underwear…if and when they choose.”

With Go Free pants, women have the ultimate freedom of choice, making undergarments truly optional and panty lines a thing of the past. Go Free patent pending technology is the first to replace uncomfortable interior cross seams in women's pants with a built-in, smooth and breathable cotton panel. Designed exclusively by a woman specifically for women, Go Free pants look great on while giving women a new level of comfort.

As Ketchie concludes, “Go Free pants bring comfort and beauty together in a wonderful, healthy, and perfectly sensible way! No one can see the panel when you're walking down the street, but believe me, you'll feel the difference.”

Go Free, a division of AJ Concepts, LLC based in Winston-Salem, NC, gives women the ultimate freedom: stylish, patent-pending pants that make undergarments truly optional. Looking great and giving her a level of comfort she has never known before, Go Free technology is the first to replace uncomfortable interior cross seams in women's pants with a smooth, built-in cotton panel.

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