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Oct 23, 2013

Odd Wearable Travel Gadgets

Wearable Travel Gadgets

The Walker's Path Illuminating Belt
- walking around on Hallow's Eve in the dark can be dangerous as you can stumble over pumpkins or kids. And since your hands are busy with holding buckets of candy, you need a hands free flashlight. This belt lights your way through the streets and leaves your hands free to munch on some chocolates
LIGHTWALKER Night Running Light

Portable Infrared Sauna -
- how about this for multi-purpose Halloween costume

Ostrich Pillow -
this one has been making the circuit in travel news. "It’s soothing cave-like interior shelters and isolates both your head and hands, perfect for a power nap." It's as strange looking as it is sounding. While I can see how it would provide privacy for a quick shut eye, this pillow would make you look like an over-sized fly. And since it is due to bring attention to you, you better not leave any of your gadgets lying around while you have this one on, as you will not see if they are still there.

What are you dressing up as this year for Halloween? Let us know below

Mosquito net hat
The Sea to Summit Mosquito Head Net keeps harmful UV rays and insects away from the face. It can also act as a costume. Either you are a bee scientist or chemicals tester.

- Yes, they exist. These masks are designed to shield the face from exposure to the sun. If you are going trick or treating during the day than you can have a costume (Lucha Libre, Green Men) and protect yourself from sun rays at the same time

Wearable sleeping bag
- Literally, a sleeping bag you can walk around in all day. Makes for a great instant and warm costume, walking sleeping bag. Napsack Wearable Sleeping Bag

Sound-off: What other strange or innovative costumes have you seen folks wear during Halloween? Let us know below

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