It’s that time of year where the idea of purposely being cold sounds like a cruel joke and something that people would only do thinking it somehow impresses girls.

Me? Nah I don’t really get cold. Just wear t-shirts innit… You cold?!

God, I hate those guys. They’re the same people who carried as many chairs as possible in primary school and tried to make a thing about it by acting so dangerously cavalier that it was obvious they were in pain.

Anyway, I got mad there for a second. The point it that while being cold on purpose seems like a silly idea in January, you’ll feel stupid for passing up on the opportunity when the warm weather kicks in later this year; like when Bart turns down the opportunity to ride on Professor Frink’s hover-bike and then needs it to escape from the Shelbyville kids later on…

What I’m getting at is essentially a testicle fridge that you’re able to wear discretely under your trousers. Yeah, our prayers have been answered.

Created by CoolTec and called the CoolMen, the device was designed to fight against male infertility, keeping testicles cool and breezy – the whole reason they hang outside of our bodies in the first place.

According to the company’s website:

CoolMen device restores the natural process of sperm production and thus in a short time greatly improves the semen and thus improve the couple’s fertility.

CoolMen is an innovative device that stabilizes the temperature of the testicles in the optimum range. In a short time, CoolMen significantly improves semen parameters, contributing to increased fertility of the pair.

The device monitors temperature all of the time, and works with what you’re currently doing to account for the ebbs and flows; such as sleeping, walking, exercising, etc…

It then links to your smartphone and the data can be analysed by an andrologist.

As of now, the CoolMen is the only device in the world that maintains the temperature of one’s testicles, fighting the good fight against infertility.

We’ll all be wearing these next summer. Watching the Euros and trying to avoid people throwing their beer in the air when England score, petrified of our CoolMens short-circuiting on our nether regions.

Images via CoolTec, Getty