To some people, Tom Brady is a name synonymous with football. But for those outside the bubble, there's a strong loathing for this man. I don't know what it is about him. Maybe it's because I'm from Maryland and we've had a rough few football seasons, but anytime Tom's face appears on the screen my stomach turns. Something about him makes me think he's the biggest mama's boy and his newest partnership with Under Armour further proves my point.
Tom has found the perfect garment to complement his Uggs -- jammies.
Brady has credited his sleep as part of his training regimen that has helped him play at a high level despite his age. "Proper sleep has helped me get to where I am today as an athlete and it is something that I continue to rely on every day," he said in a statement. Thus proving he is, in fact, just a human. This is not something revolutionary. Doctors also prescribe rest and relaxation for us regular people.
To make things more interesting, TB12™'s (yeah that's right, he trademarked himself) loungewear has special bioceramic particles woven in to reflect back to the body infrared waves it emits during sleep. Question: is that at all concerning? Blasting infrared back into our bodies?? Apparently a study showed that it has no averse effects, so the only thing it will be harming is your wallet.
The spiffy futuristic sleepwear will cost you four easy payments of $20.99 - $25.99, all-in-all equalling about $80 - $100.
And to further prove that the jammies are all they're talked up to be Brady said, "Without the sleepwear, I don’t think I’d be able to achieve the things that I have done and hope to continue to do.” You hear that humans? Brady wouldn't have won four Super Bowl rings without his nighty.