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This Backpack Has An Emergency Raincoat That Deploys Like A Parachute

Designed for motorcycle riders and cyclists who quickly need to protect themselves from a sudden downpour, the Funnell backpack actually looks useful to anyone who commutes without a car. With a quick tug on a couple of straps, a full-on raincoat deploys from the top of the backpack, keeping both the wearer and the pack itself protected and dry.


7 Essential Self-Heating Garments To Keep You Warm This Winter

Just because the weather outside is frightful, doesn’t mean you have to stay indoors huddled close to a delightful fire. There’s plenty of things to do in the winter that don’t involve shovels or shopping.


A Transformers Trucker Hat Mask Is The Easiest Halloween Costume

The general rule of thumb is that the older you get, the simpler your Halloween costume becomes. And with yet another Transformers movie hitting theatres this summer, there’s no doubt these Optimus Prime and Megatron-themed trucker hats, complete with masks that unfurl, will be a popular choice this October.


A Removable Belt Buckle That Makes Airport Security A Breeze

If you’re tired of almost having to completely undress as you’re herded like cattle through airport security, there’s an entire subset of the clothing industry designed to make that ordeal a little more bearable. Like Hummus Apparel’s new line of belts featuring a buckle that can be easily slipped off and dropped in a bin, instead of having to remove your entire belt.


Spiked Godzilla Hoodie Lets You Live Out Your Destructive Fantasies

With Matthew Broderick out of the picture, and the latest version of the film destroying the box office, it’s cool to like Godzilla again. And we all know that the best way to show your appreciation for anything is to wear a hoodie that turns you into a crude facsimile of it — whether it be a gigantic rampaging lizard or a furry co-pilot.


The US Military's Power-Generating Boot Isn't Quite Battlefield Ready

This week, US marines at the Experimental Forward Operating Base at Camp Pendleton, California, got to try out some prototypes of energy-generating equipment to keep combat electronics charged and ready. The verdict: back to the drawing board.


FlaskScarf Protects Against Chilly Breezes And Sobriety

Who among us hasn’t wished for a fashion accessory that’s also a secret booze stash? Wish no more. FlaskScarf is here to literally hang your booze around your neck. Like a Saint Bernard, with style.


LED Lights Are Ruining Laundry Detergent's White-Brightening Trick

LED lighting is great. The right bulb gives the same warm incandescent glow you love from a fraction of the energy. But there’s a downside: while LEDs make cities look awesome, the most common type of LED lighting dims the ultraviolet trick laundry detergents use to make white clothes look whiter. The future is bright, but it’s also kind of dingy.


Scratch-N-Sniff Jeans Always Smell Minty Fresh Even If You Don't

When you find that perfect fitting pair of jeans, you don’t want to do anything to jeopardise their size and shape. If you’re among a growing demographic who refuses to wash their jeans as a result, you might want to consider Naked & Famous’ Scratch-N-Sniff jeans that actually release a fresh minty smell when scratched.


Under Armour's Clutchfit Shoes Conform To The Shape Of Your Movement

Under Armour is about to release a new line of gear coated in a sheath of sturdy plastic, designed to provide support while also flexing with the shape of your movement. “Clutchfit,” as the new tech is called, isn’t aesthetics — it’s science.


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