Kate Upton's Zero-Gravity Sports Illustrated Bikini Can Be Yours for $35!

02/18/2014 at 05:04 PM ET

Kate Upton Sports IllustratedJames Macari for Sports Illustrated

We don’t know about you, but we can’t stop staring at Kate Upton’s zero gravity Sports Illustrated spread. (Page 128, if you’d like to bookmark your issue.) Not only does the supermodel’s body look insane (it truly defies gravity), but the range of gold swimsuits (in honor of the mag’s golden anniversary, of course) have us ready to get a jump start on our swimsuit shopping. Luckily, a few of the looks are already on sale — and they’re not only wearable, but totally affordable!

Target teamed up with Sports Illustrated for an exclusive line of swimwear featured in the magazine, including the gold triangle bikini and shimmery bandeau-inspired design Upton wears well while in midair. We love that you can actually swim in these suits (you know, unlike like this photo of Chrissy Teigen wading topless with a wreath (!) around her waist), and that they cost only $35 (way more reasonable than some of the $200 and up suits featured).

RELATED: You have to see Heidi Klum’s latest Sports Illustrated look!

Kate Upton Sports IllustratedJames Macari for Sports Illustrated

For the shoot, Upton and her crew traveled to Cape Canaveral, Fla., where she experienced weightlessness in a zero-G environment. (Seriously, how else would she have topped her Antarctica photo shoot from 2013?) “I’m hoping I don’t throw up,” Upton joked with SI before the shoot. “It wouldn’t be a cute picture.”

What do you think of Upton’s latest spread? Are you a fan of her swimsuits? Catch a video about the new collection below and share your thoughts in the comments!

–Brittany Talarico

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Ivixen on

Kind of getting tired of her. No pun intended, but she’s overexposed.

Tina on

Now why would they put HER in zero-gravity in a bikini? Oh yeah, so her boobs will puff up (like they need to). Bet it was some guys idea. As if just filming women in bikinis wasn’t exciting enough. Ridiculous. Please make tops that look pretty and sexy on women with ample bosoms.

tom on

Honestly…these shots are ridiculous. That bikini top is probably made for a 14yr old girl. Actually kinda gross. Women wonder when men will stop seeing them as sex objects only…THIS is why. Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition is why….Victoria’s Secret show is why. Also…where is the magazines that have the same hype and photo shoots featuring men in similar gear?

Betty on

those are not fake boobs.

guest on

I think Christie Brinkley is much prettier than Kate.

Jenny on

i would sell my soul to the devil to have her figure! anyone know his number? haha

Guest on

I don’t think anyone is necessarily saying she isn’t beautiful. She is, absolutely! But is it really necessary to put her in a top several sizes too small and then put her in a zero-gravity room so everyone can smirk at her boobs floating up into her face??? Come on, now. That is the epitome of stupid.

K. on

Oh for God’s sake. OK we get it, she is quite pretty…and?
Plus, these pictures look weird…especially that hair. :-)
Go put some clothes on.

Canada1 on

She’s pretty enough, but, you’re right that bikini top is ridiculous.

anyaalvarez on

Sorry to see that journalism has come to this. Getting all worked up over a bikini and having to write like a 13-year old. “Like, omg!! A $35 bikini!? That’s so amazeballs!” The author must feel really stupid for throwing their journalism degree down the gutter.

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