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December 6, 2007

Infrared Trousers — And you thought hot pants were over


Shows how much you know.

From the website:

    Infrared Heated Pants

    These lined cargo pants provide up to four hours of continuous warmth using safe, low-power far-infrared energy transmitted through the lightweight, flexible carbon fiber mesh sewn into the fabric.

    Made of a 65% cotton/35% polyester blend shell with a 100% polyester fleece lining, the pant's heating elements are located in the thigh fronts and waist, yet envelop the entire lower body in radiant heat.

    The compact and unobtrusive rechargeable lithium-ion battery (located in the thigh area) requires a five-hour charge using the included AC adapter.

    Machine washable [not the battery, though, I'd guess].

    Unisex sizes S (28-30), M (31-33), L (33-34), or XL (34-36).



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Hmm, "flexible carbon fiber mesh sewn into the fabric"

I think that the Taser (TM) is about to meet high tech chain mail.

Somebody make up a batch of t-shirts and jeans with the carbon fiber mesh. Then address a politician in Florida, properly attired.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Dec 7, 2007 9:09:45 PM

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