Live-Lived Incorporated (a C-corporation incorporated in Delaware, USA) is planning a huge disruption in history of women’s jeans, through innovation! We have developed a unique line of jeans named “Aielowu Jeannie” meaning “I love you Jeannie”, an acronym ‘AJ’ with the aim of making women feel comfortable on denim, use the restroom with ease as well as attend to their hygienic needs like changing a tampon or a menstrual cup in limited privacy. This patented jean (US9089173 and pending elsewhere) features a front opening flap using a pair of zippers that goes all the way to the rear preventing stress required for pulling down the jeans to make use of the restroom. We are currently teaming up with numerous fashion influencers, bloggers and enthusiasts for the launch of “Aielowu Jeannie” to make the difference we are aspiring for. Our initial backers (statistically less than 1% of the entire population using women’s jeans) will set the trend for others to follow and also for the future generation. We are looking for trendsetters, not trend followers!
This product “AJ” is so distinct in such a way that it has inbuilt underwear. Apart from the main flap, there is what we call a “butterfly flap”* that is attached on the inside of the main flap to cover the crotch area. This butterfly flap* has a special antimicrobial lining that facilitates the use of most commercially available adhesive pantyliners (including Carefree Original Regular) making the need for any special underwear unnecessary.
The idea was conceived during a transatlantic flight when a fellow female traveller complained the inventor about the filthy bathroom floor and wished she could pee like men. The product “AJ” is designed for female anatomy, it offers great comfort and convenience while camping, hiking, and trekking. However, during trials, the users suggested this product to be good for traveling purposes and everyday use. Aielowu Jeannie offers more comfort while using the toilet compared to what other legged garment offers. Basically, with the flap open, women can flex their legs so easily that their dexterity wouldn’t be affected.
The product “AJ” has a space-age inspired design feature that makes it suitable for women manning space stations or during future space travels. Additionally, our all-inclusive design helps women with certain disabilities, apart from the normal folks. . It also helps for the minimally invasive surgical treatment in the pelvic/vaginal region without removing the clothing completely.
This project is an outcome of nearly 3 years of R&D using multi-ethnic users by trial & error. Each time, we went back to the drawing board and redesigned this goal-driven product based on the input from the trials.
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We are coming soon (July 14, 2018 at 2:00 PM EST) for crowdfunding on Kickstarter for the product launch. The crowdfunding involves four versions of Aielowu Jeannie which are a designer version, a cargo version, an overall version, and a distressed version. We have already taken enough time and effort in iterating the design through various stages. Given the chance, our backers will be receiving a fully tested and viable final product. And we will be delivering the best product with “Live-Lived Assurance” in quality.
We have everything organized and lined up already including multiple suppliers (for the different versions of the product “AJ”) and their sub-tiers. These suppliers are established manufacturers of jeans and other apparel made of denim fabrics. So the first batch (up to 5000 backers) of shipping can be accomplished within 100 days (90 days + 10 days buffer) of closing the proposed funding round.
Being patented, these jeans shall not be fabricated or sold by anyone else and can’t be bought from anywhere else!
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* We recommend the use of a pantyliner, for hygienic reasons. Additionally, during periods (menstruation or menstrual cycle) the user is advised to wear either a tampon or a menstrual cup, in addition to a pantyliner.
* *We are planning to introduce sports and trekking wear, subsequently.
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