The Drinking Jacket

Dec 7, 2015

Category: Style

If you’re like us, you like everything you own to serve a purpose. Why own shoes when you can own a shoe that hides a small bottle of liquor. Why own just a wallet when you can own one of those Wallet Ninjas that is an 18 in 1 tool? You get the point, so why own a jacket that isn’t functional? Introducing The Drinking Jacket, a highly functional hoodie that has been tricked out specifically for drinkers, by a brilliant man named Zane Lamprey.

The Drinking Jacket has a bottle opener zipper, neoprene koozie pocket (so you can put your beer down without having to find a table somewhere), hidden flask pocket, drinking gloves and even a holder for your sunglasses. With all of these features, this is the most feature-packed drinking hoodie that is great for anyone who consumes liquids. The Drinking Jacket is currently being funded on Kickstarter, and with four days to go, it already has more than quadrupled the original funding goal of $50k. Cheers. [Purchase]

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