In The Hood


Congratulations, you made it through the first week of the new year! Heading back to the day to day drudgery after the holidays is exhausting, right? The weather didn’t help in most locations, with New York sliding from a balmy 73 degrees on Christmas Eve to a brisk, freezing 14 degrees seemingly overnight. Even L.A. saw some much needed rain, and the points in between are struggling with snow, tornadoes and generally miserable weather. Don’t you wish you could just snuggle up under your hoodie and discretly take a nap?
The founders of Hypnose Hoodie feel you, and have come to the rescue. According to their kickstarter page:

40bb0f3321a3861e5719fab13edbf6f3_original“The Hypnos Hoodie is a beautiful, comfortable and practical hoodie designed for creatives, travelers, commuters and anybody who has a moment to take a rest. It’s more than a hoodie, it’s your day-to-day (and day-to-night) essential comfort garment, and it does things other hoodies can’t– The hood inflates to form a perfectly ergonomic pillow for rest on the go. ”

Thanks to a valve inside the hood where one can inflate it to create a pillow, this garment is perfect for travel, or a midday nap. Check out the genius that is the Hypnose Hoodie and support their kickstarter campaign to get one of your own. With only 3 days left to go on their campaign, they have already raised $254,522, blowing away their $30,000 goal.

Photos: c/o Hypnose

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