A man who is known as a waffle has won a competition to design a new way of wearing sweat shorts in Canada.
The man, who is based in Canada, decided to give the waffle a try by wearing the shorts for about 30 minutes every day for four months.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) said the waffles had no lasting effects and were “pretty cool”.
Waffles are a popular alternative to sweat pants, which can get dry and uncomfortable after a long day’s work.
The waffle was designed by John Kavner, a professor of textile engineering at the University of Waterloo.
He said the shorts would be “a little more durable, maybe slightly less slippery and perhaps a little more flexible”.
The shorts are made of a polyester material which helps to insulate the wearer from the elements, making them ideal for winter. “
They would also give you a bit more flexibility.”
The shorts are made of a polyester material which helps to insulate the wearer from the elements, making them ideal for winter.
John Kravner’s waffle design is pictured on the cover of the book ‘The World’s Waffle: A Modern Guide to Waffle Design’ in 2017.
He added that the shorts were made from polyester “which would help to insulating the wearer”.
He also said that “it would be a lot easier to make them if we could get them out of the way”.
The waffles have been worn in the US by athletes, politicians and celebrities.
In 2015, US president Donald Trump wore a pair of waffles during a televised rally.
In 2014, US President Barack Obama wore a wafer-thin waffle in his official capacity as the US president.
Mr Kravns said he was inspired by a pair he wore while living in Switzerland.
He said he also liked the idea of wearing them for a run and wanted to try it for a day. “
In Switzerland, they are a bit less comfortable than here.”
He said he also liked the idea of wearing them for a run and wanted to try it for a day.
He is now designing a waffles style of shorts in collaboration with the company.