If you’ve always wanted to sleep in Tom Brady’s pajamas but were too shy to ask, now’s your chance. Here’s Brady doing his best impression of Dwayne The Rock Johnson for some reason, all to hype his new Under Armour line of hi-tech sleepwear.
Brady, who typically goes to bed at 8:30 p.m.
on school nights during the NFL season, says that nine hours of sleep per night is the secret to his success. So why sleep in regular pajamas (or in Johnny Manziel’s case, boxers and a stained tablecloth from Paul’s Cocktail Lounge) when you can sleep in UA Athlete Recovery Sleepwear Powered by TB12?
Here’s how Time Magazine describes the jammies:
The inside of this fitted garment––which comes in long or short sleeves and pants or shorts––is equipped with a soft bio-ceramic print, which can produce something called far infrared energy when combined with the body’s natural heat. The company touts far infared energy as a sleep aid and is promising its Brady gear will reduce inflammation, regulate cell metabolism, and improve circulation, helping the body recover faster and fostering better sleep. (The packaging includes Brady’s six keys to better sleep, such as “keep your room clean. Contaminants like animal dander and dust restrict your breathing.”)
Cost? Brady’s sleepwear package is a mere $80-$100, and comes with Tom Brady’s Six Keys To Better Sleep: such as, keep your room clean (dust and other contaminants can restrict your breathing), and don’t watch scary movies before bed (if you watch the video, in seven days the girl comes to kill you!).
Funny or Die also weighs in on this product:
“OK, nobody sucks here.”