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SpanxSmartgrip Sculpting Shapewear for Women

SpanxSmartgrip Sculpting Shapewear for Women

SpanxSmartgrip Sculpting Shapewear for Women

Introducing SPANX SmartGrip Slips, the slips you’ll want to stick with! Thanks to innovative no-slip technology, they mould to your body and stay put. Whether rushing to a meeting or happy hour, SPANX SmartGrip Slips have you covered. This stick sticks around! No matter how many times you wash it, this slip never loses its grip!


  • Stay-put construction thanks to patent-pending SPANX SmartGrip technology
  • Bonded shaping panel provides extra tummy control
  • Breathable, comfortable, and cling-free shaping fabric
  • Pinch-free waistband eliminates unwanted bulges
  • Clean-edge finish stays invisible under clothing

Fit Tip:

With a little SPANX Shimmy, SmartGrip Slips fit right in place. This slip may feel tight as you first put it on, but don’t worry, it will form to your body.

Open Bust Design:

The open bust design accommodates all bust sizes and allows you to wear your own bra.

No-Slip Technology:

With no-slip technology, the slips mould to your body and stay put.

Size Guide:

Please refer to the size guide in Product Images to find the right fit.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. How do I wash the SmartGrip Slip?
  2. Machine wash cold, gentle cycle. Separately. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Do not iron.

  3. Is the shaping fabric breathable?
  4. Yes, the cling-free shaping fabric is breathable and comfortable to wear.


SPANX SmartGrip Slips are the perfect solution for women looking for comfortable and effective shapewear. With their innovative no-slip technology, these slips stay in place and provide extra tummy control. The breathable and cling-free shaping fabric ensures a comfortable fit all day long. Say goodbye to unwanted bulges and hello to a smooth silhouette with SPANX SmartGrip Slips!

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