The company behind this new trend, ACED Design, even aknowledge this on their Kickstarter page, as their description reads: "Is it a romper designed for men?"
The RompHim features a front shirt pocket, deep front pockets, adjustable waist tabs, a zipper back pocket and a zipper fly.
ACED Design also said they spent "countless hours designing the RompHim to be your favorite summer outfit". Their Kickstarter was just launched on Monday and it's already raking in blockbuster returns, with more than $50,000 raised with still nearly a month to go. The Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to launch the men's romper revolution has already pulled in $70,000 - seven times its original goal. However, people can't help but poke fun at the quirky new outfit that will "turn heads and break hearts".
The garment has 28 days to go in its campaign. But there was still one thing a romper didn't have: a widely available version for men.
As far up the fashionista chain as we are, we nevertheless had to go to our dictionary, which proclaimed that a romper is a one-piece combination of shorts and a shirt worn by both children and adult women.
Donations gave now exceeded $40,000 (£31,000) for the all-in-one which is described as "pretty damn comfortable" but has been blasted by fashion followers on social media as "just wrong". It's exactly like a women's romper, that standard - only it's marketed and made for me. The RompHim also comes in an American flag print, which will likely become this 4th of July's official beer pong uniform.
Don't be alarmed. It's the RompHim (translation: romper for men).
The most intriguing aspect of the $90 RompHim is its body positive message.
Coming soon to a university campus near you: the RompHim. But why can't we just call them "rompers" and keep it moving? Check out the Kickstarter video below to see the absurdist male iteration of the fashion in action.