As much as we’d like to believe we can peek at our neighbors from the row of bushes across the street from where they live, if they have cameras that can sense heat signatures, then we might as well be standing in the middle of the street smacking garbage can lids together. As great as our human bodies are, we’re always giving off heat no matter what we do. That’s why if you really want to take your sneaking to a new level, you’ll want to check out designer Adam Harvey’s new line of “Stealth Wear.”
Harvey’s Stealth Wear line includes a hoodie and scarf that can hide you from thermal imaging cameras, a pouch that can block your cellphone’s cell and GPS signals and shirt that comes with a chest patch to protect the wearer’s hear from x-ray radiation. If you wear all four products, then you’ll pretty much be untraceable in the middle of the night, and goofy looking in the middle of the day.
If you plan on buying any anti-surveillance goods in the near future, and don’t worry, we won’t ask, then you’ll want to keep an eye out for these as they’re currently not for sale, but we’re sure some Doomsday Prepper will be making their own clothing similar to Harvey’s someday.
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