Episode 27- Cozy Love Pants

It’s been a day. You come home exhausted not sure whether you want to crawl into your sweats or work out some of that stress getting freaky with the one you love. Fortunately for you, Beth and Rachael of the Cozy Love Company have made that decision a no brainer. You do both. That’s right you can have your cake and eat it too and even throw some real cake in the mix without an ounce of guilt.

These ingenious inventors created the Cozy Love Pant initially as a tongue in cheek gag for their husbands. The super-soft sweatpants not only offer a warm hug every time you put them on, they also have a super discreet full-on crotch zipper to allow some good old fashioned getting it on without even having to take off your comfies.

The pants are designed for all people. They began with classic jogger styles but will soon launch a wide-leg version in the very near future, which means you can be even cozier.

We talked to the ladies and found out why they decided to turn their vision into a reality and how the pants are taking the loungewear world by storm.  With backgrounds in film and marketing (sounds familiar, right?) the dynamic duo saw an opportunity to capitalize on the fun and cheeky nature of the product and the Cozy Love Company was born.

Interestingly, once they launched they soon realized the pants were far more practical than they’d originally imagined. Yes, they are perfect for a good Netflix and Chill romp. There’s zero denying that fact.

That said, they are also phenomenal for a ton of other situations that other trousers make challenging. For example, customers have shared stories of how the pants have made the challenging task of changing a catheter far less daunting. Or how about someone who is recovering from a surgery. Icing after a vasectomy anyone?

Those who love a good camping trip but not the bare assing in the woods will appreciate how easy it is to go to the bathroom without needing to drop trou. They offer other types of travel conveniences too from providing a layer of protection from a public toilet seat to maneuvering an airplane bathroom.

For those who have PTSD from one too many invisible zippers getting jammed, have no fear. We covered that with Beth and Rachael too. They told the tale of the extensive zipper testing they did to make sure only the highest quality easy up and down, no jamming zip was in place. They also took into consideration that most likely there will be nothing on under these babies so they made sure to take extreme care to avoid risks of body parts accidentally getting caught.

The pants are available for purchase on cozylovecompany.com along with a number of other adorable tempting leisurewear options.

As a special offer to Why? The Podcast listeners, the Cozy Love Company is offering 15% off your purchase. Just use promo code: Flash and you are on your way to extreme comfort and ecstasy rolled into one.

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