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  • Wish List: 19 Awesome Gifts Under $50, From Bacon Soap to Beer Glasses [Link]

    Looking for some great gifts that won’t break the bank? Wired has you covered. The tech magazine has found 19 fun and interesting gifts that all cost under $50. From the Burton Barracuda, an insulated, over-the-shoulder six-pack cooler, to the rad, retro Royal Typewriter, you’re bound to find something for that someone on your list who you don’t want to spend too much on. Protip: No matter awesome all of these products are, DO NOT buy for your girlfriend.

  • Moleskine Makes It Easier Than Ever To Digitize Your Drawings

    There are plenty of options for artists who wish to create digital drawings, such as Samsung Note devices and Wacom tablets. But for those who prefer to stick to old school methods with a pen or pencil and paper, there’s no easy way to digitize their art. However, Moleskine and Adobe are hoping to change that. The 5″ x 8.25″ Molsekine Smart Notebook is a typical high-quality notebook from the company, with 160 pages of 81 lb acid-free paper. What makes the Smart Notebook different is that each page contains numerous alignment indicators printed on the corners of the page that work with a free iPhone app to easily translate drawings into vector images. The resulting SVG or JPG file syncs with your Creative Cloud account and is immediately available to edit in Photoshop or Illustrator CC. And the best part? The notebook is just $33—much cheaper than a tablet and without the need for a computer or power source. Preorder now from Moleskine and get yours when they begin shipping at the end of the year.

  • IKEA Revives Classic Designs With Argang Collection

    For 70 years, IKEA has been selling reasonably priced, fun furniture (and cheap hot dogs!) but unfortunately, their pieces don’t often stand the test of time. And since the company is constantly changing their products, you may never be able to replace your favorite piece. Recognizing the demand for classic pieces, the Swedish furniture fanciers are offering up 26 favorites from the ’50s, ’60s, and 70s. ARGANG, the limited edition collection of classic pieces that will remind you of eating lingonberry jam and meatballs at your MorMor’s house on nyårsdagen, won’t be available at all stores, and once the pieces are gone, they’re gone. Well, until IKEA decides to bring them back…again.

  • This App Shows You What 200 Calories Looks Like. And It’s Depressing.

    If obesity statistics are to be believed, many of us are eating too much. And apparently, our gargantuan portions aren’t doing our bodies any favors. To visualize just how little we need to eat to get so many calories, take a look at a new iOS app called Calorific. Calorific is a collection of beautifully photographed plates of different foods with tranquil, pastel backgrounds. Each food is shown as a 200 calorie portion, and many of the photos are disheartening. To reach that 200 calorie mark, you wouldn’t even be able to eat an entire donut, bagel, muffin, or avocado. And it would be just a handful of Cadbury Mini Eggs. What kind of person has the willpower for that? The app also shows foods like lettuce or celery that you could eat a ton of, but what’s the fun in that? After all, in the words of Ron Swanson, “Salad isn’t food, it’s what food eats.”

  • Bed Bath & Beyond Is Now Selling ‘Sega Genesis’ with 80 Games

    Breaking News, Bed, Bath and Beyond is now selling Sega Genesis. In fact they have been for a while, how has this just blipped on our radar now? So for $40 you can get a condensed console, 2 controllers and 80 of your favorite 16 bit games that molded your childhood including the full Sonic-ography, both Streets of Rage (Even the breakdancing rollerblader) and even those Ecco the dolphin games (if you’re into playing a videogame as a dolphin). The console also takes original Genesis cartridges, so do those breathing exercises, because you’ll be huffing and puffing quite a bit this winter. So head to your nearest BB&B and pick them up, you know you have a stack of 20% off coupons sitting in your junk drawer.

  • Apollo 12 Survived Two Lightning Strikes To Capture These High Quality Lunar Photos

    On November 14, 1969, just four months after Apollo 11 made history and landed on the moon, Apollo 12 took off from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center. Just 36.5 seconds into the flight, lightning struck the Saturn V rocket, causing a false overload that took all three fuel cells offline. A second strike at 52 seconds took out the gyroscopes. The command module was transferred to battery backup, but the Saturn’s guidance system was still functional. Despite the rocky start, the Apollo 12 team reached the lunar surface on November 19. Pete Conrad, Richard Gordon, and Alan Bean became the second team to fly to the moon. When Pete Conrad, a relatively short man at 5’6″, first stepped on the moon he remarked, “Whoopie! Man, that may have been a small one for Neil, but that’s a long one for me.” The following photos are just a few captured by the Apollo 12 astronauts. You can see many others at Project Apollo, but be careful: Once you start looking, it’s impossible to stop.

  • We Shed Some Light on Oakley’s Revolutionary Prizm Goggle Lenses

    This winter Oakley will be premiering a new line of Prizm goggle lens that will forever change depth and contour perception when on the mountain. We had a chance to test out, just how ‘real’ the technology was and we we’re thoroughly impressed to say the least. If you’re familiar with goggles and snowsports, then you know any jump or cut you make in bright sun, overcast or sun & clouds is like playing roulette depending on the type of goggle you’re wearing. Especially in back country skiing or boarding, bobbing and weaving through trees in a constantly changing lit terrain, wearing the wrong goggle could lead to serious injury. What Oakley is attempting to do with Prizm is enhance contrast and visibility through awide range of light conditions, showing true shadows and contours in the snow. Your ACL will thank you later. With Prizm’s level of clarity your eye will be able to catch every detail in the snow instead of getting lost in the flat, low contrast whiteness of the snow, tailoring the amount of light that you see, in turn increasing contrast. The Oakley Prizm line will be available on most of Oakley’s line of Goggles including Airbrake, Crowboar, more »

  • Forget Whale Songs, The ESA Has Discovered Comet Songs

    Remember that weird Aunt you had who wore purple muumuus and turquoise jewelry and would go on about chakras for hours at a time while drinking herbal teas that smelled like butt? Well send a postcard to her commune in Sedona, because those whale song cassette tapes she’s been listening to in her Hyundai Excel since 1987 just don’t cut it anymore. The European Space Agency, who will soon be landing on a comet, discovered that their target, Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, is singing a song. The song is actually oscillations in the magnetic field at 40-50 millihertz, way below what humans can hear. The frequencies were increased to make them audible and the ESA released the track, sure to top the New Age charts very soon. What’s it sound like? Imagine a sped-up version of the pulsing sound you heard when you did Whip-Its when you were really into Aphex Twin. Or something.

  • Our Universe: The 100 Greatest Hubble Space Telescope Images Ever Taken

    Orbiting 353 miles above the Earth’s surface is the Hubble Space Telescope which, for nearly two and a half decades, has allowing us to look deeper into space with more clarity than ever before. Here are some of the finest photos in Hubble’s history as we approach the 25th anniversary of it’s launch. Editors note: The photos you see below are limited to 1000 pixels wide so the page loads quickly. If you would like to see the larger images that will allow you to zoom up on detail check out this imgur gallery we uploaded.

  • This Smart Shaker Will Transform The Way You Make Cocktails

    Step into any hip bar these days and everyone will be sipping on cocktails such as a Rob Roy, a Tom Collins, or even a Joe Cucci (Sambuca and Godiva White Chocolate Liqueur), but unless you’re that dude who mentored Tom Cruise in “Cocktail,” (you’re not, because—spoiler alert—he dies) when you try to recreate those drinks at home, you invariably fail. Don’t fret! Instead of drowning your sorrows in a poorly mixed concoction, get your hands on a B4RM4N and make perfect drinks every time. The B4RM4N is a smart shaker that communicates with an iOS or Android app and ensures you’re following over 100 cocktail recipes every step of the way. From the amount of each ingredient to the type of ice needed (crushed or cubed) to the time you spend shaking, everything is monitored via the shaker and app. And if you don’t know what cocktail to make, just put in what ingredients you have on hand and the B4RM4N app will offer you suggestions. How can you get your hands on one? The B4RM4N is currently raising money on Kickstarter, but with over $40,000 of the $100,000 goal raised, funding shouldn’t be an issue. And early backers more »

  • Adidas Pure Boost Camo

    In celebration of our nation’s heroes, adidas today launches the Pure Boost Camo. The iconic print comes in green and gray. The adidas Pure Boost is the first shoe with an entire Boost cushioning midsole, providing maximum energy return and comfort in a simple, pure design. Pure Boost features a breathable four-way stretch seamless upper and no sockliner to enhance the feeling of standing directly on Boost cushioning. The TIRRENINA suede heel, a sustainable luxury fiber that is made without any solvents during the manufacturing process, adds a fashion element and keeps your foot in place without restricting movement.

  • Wikiwand Gives Us The Wikipedia Redesign Jimmy Wales Won’t

    We’ve seen our share of concepts for imbuing Wikipedia with a more modern and responsive design. But it’s not likely that Jimmy Wales and Co. will adopt any of them—or any radical redesign, for that matter. The reason why is relatively straightforward. Wikipedia wants its site to work just as well on 10-year-old computers with low-resolution monitors and slow dial-up connections as it does on more modern devices. So Wikipedia plays things conservatively. But there’s no reason you can’t enjoy a better-looking Wikipedia. Wikiwand is a tool that showcases Wikipedia articles with better typography, navigation, and layout on both widescreen and mobile devices. Using Wikiwand is easy. Instead of going to Wikipedia’s website, just search for your articles through Wikiwand.com, which will then dynamically translate your articles into a more responsive layout with big, beautiful header images, easier-to-read typography, a universal navigation panel, and more. If you’re a Google Chrome user, you can even install an extension that will automatically translate Wikipedia links into the Wikiwand format. Because the extension intelligent pre-fetches assets, the Chrome extension actually allows you to load Wikipedia pages faster than on Wikipedia proper. Wikiwand’s not going to be for everyone—the abundance of italics in the more »

  • Hollywood Can’t Compete With This Supercut Of NASA Footage In HD

    Using 80GB worth of photos captured by astronauts aboard the International Space Station between 2011 and 2014, timelapse filmmaker Guillaume Juin created this awe-inspiring video of the Earth entitled “Astronaut.” And thanks to the incredible cameras aboard the ISS, this footage rivals the best visual effects that Hollywood has to offer. Do yourself a favor and turn down the lights and watch the video fullscreen to get the full effect. And be sure to check out Juin’s other great timelapse videos.

  • Nike Roshe Run NM Sneakerboot

    In the latest release of the Nike Sneakerboot collection the Roshe Run NM is the ideal commuting shoe for those cold winter days. The shoe features stylish bamboo, grey and black color combination and features a perforated swoosh, reflective details, and a natural motion outsole for added comfort. Inspired by the practice of meditation and the concept of Zen, the Nike Roshe Run epitomizes simplicity. It has no embellishments, just basic shoe necessities brought to life with every detail. Almost every part of the shoe reflects an aspect of a tranquil Zen garden: a modified Waffle outsole made to look like stepping stones, an insole that mirrors a raked rock garden, and slightly different midsole side lengths—a juxtaposition of seriousness and playfulness. Nike Roshe Run NM Sneakerboot $130

  • Amazon Just Surprised Us All With Echo

    Visitors to Amazon today may have been surprised to see the announcement of the Amazon Echo. A voice-controlled speaker that can play music, answer questions, provide news and weather, and so much more, the Echo seems to have come out of nowhere. Right now Echo is available from Amazon on a invite-only basis with a regular price of $199 and Prime member price of $99. The device can be set-up via an app for Android and Fire phones with an iOS app currently in the works. You can check out all the features in the video above, which makes the Echo look like a Super Siri that actually works! After the failure of the Fire phone, this is just what Amazon needs this holiday season. And we need it, too. Hopefully that invitation will turn up soon…

  • Fascinating Look At Elevators Speeds At The World’d Greatest Skyscrapers

    They cost billions of dollars, symbolize economic power and are photographed by millions, but the world’s tallest buildings also compete on a lesser known measure that pushes the limits of modern engineering: elevator speed. These ultra-fast lifts can reach speeds of 20 metres per second (45 mph) and feature technologies that use heat resistant brakes, mitigate excess vibration and adjust for air pressure to prevent ear blockages. Our graphic shows the top speeds of elevators in eight of the world’s tallest and most famous buildings, and how far they have traveled since this web page loaded.

  • A Lisa Frank Sticker Adorned Love Letter From A Young Katy Perry And Other Bizarre Music Memorabilia Is Up For Auction

    On Friday, November 7, you can bid on a whole bunch of bizarre music memorabilia at Julien’s Live. Some of our favorites from the huge lot of 720 items are in the gallery, including a love letter from a 10-year-old Katy Perry that is covered in Lisa Frank stickers and Liberace’s “Stars and Stripes” get-up—perfect for Independence Day galas. And for those of you who are feeling especially creepy, Beyonce’s bra from the “Run” trailer is also up for auction. Personally, I’m hoping to win Elvis’s TCB sunglasses. I bet they smell like sweat and cheeseburgers!

  • RSVLTS GIVEAWAY: Xbox One Limited Edition “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” Bundle

    If the most recent Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare commercial, staring none other than Tim Riggins, (Yes, the fullback/running back of the Dillon Panthers) hasn’t already gotten you fired up to play, than maybe this Limited Edition Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Bundle will.  Discover new movements, capabilities and weaponry along the way in this heart-racing journey set in 2059 Lagos. “Rising from the chaos is Atlas, a Private Military Corporation led by the cunning Jonathan Irons. With the most powerful military force in the world, Atlas has effectively become a superpower for hire. Playing as Jack Mitchell, suit up in an advanced exoskeleton and join a highly-trained unit committed to restoring order.” The bundle, supplied by Microsoft/Xbox, comes fully equipped with a Custom Xbox One console with 1 terabyte hard drive (2x as big as typical Xbox One) and in-game sound effects (makes the sound of a helicopter crashing when it turns on, rather than the typical Xbox orb sound) Other Bundle accessories include: Custom Wireless Controller Digital full-game download of the “Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare” Day Zero Edition, featuring early access and double XP on November 3, plus two in-game custom weapons: the AK-12 G Assault Rifle and Crossbow-B2 Early access more »

  • Monster DNA PRO 2.0 Headphones Review

    Right out of the gate, you know you’re listening to something special with the Monster DNA PRO 2.0. Combining deep bass and crystal clear details is something that hasn’t been perfected yet, but the PRO 2.0 comes pretty damn close. With excellent noise isolation and strong crisp sound accompanied by good bass (not overbearing, but enough to really feel it), the DNA PRO 2.0, could be the best bang-for-your-buck this holiday season on the high end spectrum of over the ear headphones. As a bit of an audio geek I could honestly say that these headphones needed 0 equalizing adjustments out of the box, just clean music, with raw accents you will certainly not be able to hear with other over the head headphones. With all the professional grade qualities the 2.0 has, it’s also catering to the audio enthusiast, not just the audio engineer. A dual-port input feature allows up to five headphones to connect to one music source at the same time, great for travel buddies, or bands looking for a cohesive synced detailed listen. While the price is comparable ($299.95) to the rest of the higher end headphones today, the sound quality far surpasses most.

  • The ISS Turns Spooky At Nighttime [15 Photos]

    ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst has been wowing us with incredible photos of the Earth while he looks down from the International Space Station, but now he has turned his lens towards the ISS. Apparently, while orbitting around the Earth 16 times per day, the crew of the ISS require sleep at some point. Since there’s no real “nighttime” for the astronauts, a “lights out” period is necessary to ensure they don’t start eating soap like Ren in “Space Madness.” And while the lights are out, Alexander Gerst floats around snapping pictures of the eerie, dark space station reminiscent of Event Horizon except without all the freaky violence. Hopefully.

  • The Flying Car is Real and It Is Wonderful

    Slovakian firm AeroMobil has created what’s simply been a concept prototype in the past. The current model, flying car prototype 3.0 is now being tested using real flight conditions in the Slovak Federation of Ultra-Light Flying, and is now entered a regular flight-testing program. The AeroMobil 3.0 prototype is very close to the final product. It is predominantly built from the same materials as the final product, such as advanced composite materials for the body shell, wings, and wheels. It also contains all the main features that will be incorporated into the final product, such as avionics equipment, autopilot and an advanced parachute deployment system.

  • The Galaxy Alpha Could Offer a Game Changing Aesthetic For Samsung

    Any product with the word “alpha” in it’s name has a lot to live up to. With the newest edition to the Samsung Galaxy family the new Galaxy Alpha looks to position itself in upper echelon of mobile phones. At first glance and touch, the Alpha is reminiscent of  the iPhone and HTC One with a beautifully designed metal case, the first of it’s kind from Samsung. It’s android IO, however keeps it’s identity as a true Samsung product. The phone looks great, feels great and sounds great. The phone stands for a new direction for the company, which we hope sticks. Because of it’s sleek aesthetic, Samsung had to hold back on some of the key features that makes the Galaxy S5, in my opinion the best phone on the market. With it’s featured a 4.7-inch frame and 6.7mm thickness, the Alpha is a phone for the non-traditional Samsung user who’ve come to expect a big and bold product. This is more refined. More classic, more detail in it’s hardware. But with that said the sacrifices the phone had to make in the name of style, could make all the difference. It’s not waterproof, an S5 feature that automatically put’s itself in more »

  • This Scarf Filters Out Germs And Pollution

    In a world where the media is constantly alerting us to the imminent threat of avian flu, ebola, bubonic plague, etc., we need to make sure we do whatever we can to survive. Although there’s much we can do for ourselves, as soon as we step outside, we are under constant assault from the germs of others. Especially in the city. And especially in a not so clean city like New York. It seems like sick people undergo some behavioral change wherein they feel the need to sit on the subway and cough, sneeze, and spit all over everyone else. Unfortunately, “the man” frowns upon germ vigilantes who would like nothing more than to spray these sicks with bleach. So what are we supposed to do? As long as we’re stuck having to live with germy creeps all around us, we can at least protect ourselves with the Scough, a scarf featuring a carbon filter impregnated with silver that not only traps bacteria, but kills them, too. And the scarves look like any other scarf, so people won’t even know you’re a germaphobe like those people wearing surgical masks and gloves everywhere. Scough also makes bandanas with the same filter more »

  • The Fjällräven Greenland Backpack

    It means Arctic Fox, an indigenous animal which is a highly adaptable predator that lives in the Swedish mountains under the harshest conditions. Fjällräven is a company founded on the grounds of a quality hiking pack, where all others underperform. Their main focus is to provide functional, durable, and timeless equipment to make the outdoors more enjoyable for all, which is exactly what the Swedish based company has done in their lifestyle packs. The Greenland Backpack is a minimalist take on a small rucksack with the durability of of a top-line hiking pack. The pack is a tough blend of poly/cotton, two exterior pockets and the Fjällräven signature brown leather accents. The Fjällräven Greenland Backpack $130

  • Pininfarina Has Gone From Designing Ferraris To Bicycles

    Pininfarina, the Italian design firm who has designed iconic cars for companies such as Ferrari, Maserati, and even General Motors, has now set their sights on bicycles. But just like the cars they design, the Pininfarina Fuoriserie is not for everyone. The bike, a collaboration with bespoke bicycle manufacturer 43 Milano, will set you back at least $7,500 and as much as $11,300 if you opt for the electric motor assist. Featuring a walnut coating and woven leather seats, it’s an incredible looking bike and with production limited to just 30, it’s sure to be a collector’s item that will only increase in value. But the most important question is how much will it cost to add some sweet pegs?

  • The New Audi R8 Competition is as Stunning as it is Rare

    This car will break hearts. Since the complete redesign of the R8, Audi racing models haven’t made much of a splash, but with the newly unveiled supercharged version of the R8 sure to raise some eyebrows, the German automaker is back in the drivers seat. It’s  V10 FSI engine, growls with 570 horsepower going from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds. You literally can’t do anything in 3.2 seconds. You just can’t. We’re sure the R8’s robust use of matte carbon had something to do with that. Limited to just 60 models in the U.S. the R8 comes out of the gate as an endangered species, so if you see one, better take a mental snapshot.

  • Watch A History of Nike Visualized

    Nike is widely regarded across the globe as the premiere brand for active wear. In their short history, Nike founder Phil Knight has taken the company’s product to the pinnacle of science and sport, while also conveying groundbreaking messaging in their advertising campaigns. But it all started with an Oregon track shoe and a swoosh logo that sold for $35.

  • Bell & Ross BR-X1 [Watch Wednesdays]

    This year aviation watch maker, Bell & Ross will be releasing the BR-X1, a high tech chronograph with a sporty design. The sophisticated skeleton watch claims to be the first in a new style of design era for the B&R brand. An extreme version of the BR-01, whose iconic square shape is directly inspired by aeronautical flight instruments, the BR-X1 is much more than a top-of-the-range contemporary sports watch: it is the “Ultimate Utility Watch. Although it’s not your typical luxury watch, the BR-X1 will run you a pretty penny, the 45 mm diameter, titanium and ceramic with rubber band will cost you around $19,500.

  • A Visual Breakdown and Guide to the Dress Shoe

    Gents, there’s nothing worse than a grown man who doesn’t know the proper dress shoe to wear at the proper time. Women have said it time and time again, shoes are important. If they think so, so should you. We’re not saying you have to go out and buy some $300 loafer, but a well kempt shoe game can take you miles with a potential mate. Here’s a visual breakdown of shoes made by Nice Laundry, to show you exactly what type of dress shoe you should have in your arsenal.

  • We Never Thought We’d Want A Word Processor…Then We Saw The Hemingwrite

    Once upon a time, when a new computer cost about as much as a decent used car, sensible folks would opt for a standalone word processor rather than a full-featured computer. These word processors were like typewriters on steroids, with tiny displays where you could see what you typed and edit it before printing it out. But by the mid-90s computers were dropping in prices and word processors disappeared. Until now. With the annoying popularity of typewriters, it only makes sense that someone would update the much more sensible word processor. The Hemingwrite does just that, with a mechanical keyboard, E-ink display with backlight, and Evernote cloud backup. The device has a retro design but contemporary features so that you won’t look like a total ass using one at a Starbucks. And the battery will last 6 weeks, so you can take it with you to Walden Pond while you find yourself. Unfortunately, the Hemingwrite is no yet for sale, but you can stay updated on their website. Until then, we’ll just have to keep typing on our laptops and try not to get distracted by—oh man, is that dog really waving at people on a motorcycle??

  • RSVLTS Cuts x Shortcut App

    Yesterday evening at RSVLTS HQ, we hosted our 5th edition of RSVLTS Cuts, this time sponsored by the new app/barber service Shortcut. In case you weren’t paying attention to the news this week, Shortcut just launched in NYC and is the first on-demand mobile service/app for dudes that brings a barber to your apartment, office or hotel room and in just a few simple taps of the app (a.k.a., convenience, perfected). Group orders are recommended too, because the more guys gathered, the cheaper each haircut becomes. One of their main barbers, the awesome Gil, was at the HQ to provide some fresh cuts and trims, while the crew also sipped on some delicious Ole Smoky Moonshine whiskey throughout the night. Shortcut is looking to expand into other areas/cities soon (ah-hem, Jersey City/Hoboken, hurry, ah-hem), but definitely give it a try the next time you need a great trim on-the-go in NYC. Mention “First Shortcut” and the dudes will give you 20% off your first cut as well. Get the app here

  • Ferrari to Handpick 6 Invitation-Only Suitors for New Sergio

    Ferrari is handpicking 6 lucky people a chance to purchase their newest uber-exclusive Sergio. Design firm, Pininfarina is partnering up with automaker and creating only six Sergios, estimated to cost millions each. Ferrari told CNNMoney it pre-sold all six vehicles to deep-pocketed die-hard Ferrari fans in the U.S., Europe and Asia. If you haven’t received a call from Ferrari yet, you’ll have to wait until one hits the open market, which will likely be never. “It’s as far removed from mass production as you can get,” said Ferrari spokesperson Jason Harris. Each chosen owner will help design and create many details of their completely custom, handcrafted italian super-car. Each car has already found an owner, who’s committed to purchasing one without the final concept designs have been finalized. A large price to pay for a car without a windshield. Even so, a work of art rarer than an African white rhino.

  • Finally! A Onesie Suit For The Lazy Businessman

    If you’re a lazy slob, the toughest part about getting a grownup job is having to leave your comfy sweatpants and “I’m Just Here for the Beer” t-shirt at home, instead stuffing yourself into a fancy schmancy suit. I mean really, pants, a jacket, and a button up shirt…who’s got time for all that? Well if you’re a Nelson Muntz masquerading as a Nelson Rockefeller, the Suitsy is the suit for you. Combining the ease and utility of a onesie with the the look of a suit, the Suitsy is a jacket connected to a shirt connected to pants that you just step into and zip up. There are vents to keep you cool, strategically placed zippers so you can relieve yourself, and—best of all—you can wash the Suitsy in your washing machine. No more going to the dry cleaner! The Suitsy is available from Betabrand, know for their wacky, one-off clothing ideas. It’ll set you back about $300, which could buy a pretty decent suit, but if comfort is important to you, get one while you still can.

 
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