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Here are some clothes you can smoke if you’re into that
Love smoking? Love clothes? You’ll enjoy this smokable sweatshirt.
While wearable tech has already taken the world by storm, there’s another innovation that promises a bright and munchie-filled future: smokable clothing.
Hood Horkerz and vapRwear are two rival companies leading the forefront of the smokable garment trend. According to BuzzFeed News, the two are enmeshed in a feud the likes of which we haven’t seen since the Montagues battled the Capulets. But this is no Shakespearean tale. It’s more of a Wiz Khalifa one.
Let’s start with Hood Horkerz, which claims to be the (patent-pending) originator of the wearable smoking trend.
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Sean Owens claims to have cooked up the idea for Hood Horkerz back in 2011. The company makes sweatshirts that allow wearers to smoke out of the drawstring. One end has a mouthpiece, while the other end has a glass bowl.
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In an M. Night Shyamalan-level twist, however, a man named Elvis “Papi” Edwards created vapRwear, a line of wearables that—gasp!—also utilizes the hood’s drawstring. You smoke out of one end of the lace, and there’s an e-cig vaporizer on the other. According to the vapRwear website, the “vaporizer is equipped to burn your fav e-juice, oil blend, dry herb, and wax.”
A video posted by Vaprwear (@vaprwear) on
BuzzFeed News reports that Owens and Edwards are feuding over the title of smokeable clothing kingpin. Owens claims Edwards stole the idea from him, and Edwards claims he came up with it independently. (The two planned a party together in Denver in early 2014.) But hopefully, the two entrepreneurs will hash out their differences and end up becoming best buds.
Gabe Bergado is a Daily Dot alumnus who covered dank memes, teens, and the weirdest corners of the Internet. One time, Ted Cruz supporters turned him into a meme—or at least tried to. In 2017, he started reporting for Teen Vogue's entertainment section.