The Next Step In Stealth Vaping

You've seen the bras, fake cameras, and iPhones designed to sneak liquor into concerts: now, vaping is getting the super-stealth treatment.

Meet the new line of so-called "vape apparel" from Colorado-based VAPRWEAR. It looks like a normal hoodie, only "engineered with an inconspicuous hoodlace, concealing the DLo e-cig vape system to burn your fave dry herb, wax, e-juice or oil blend."

While the thought of sucking on your hoodie string might not appeal to everyone, VAPRWEAR marketing director Brian Smith sensibly points out it's no less hygienic than any vape - and much cleaner than a cigarette, for example, considering there's no gross smoke.

A zipper all the way around the hood allows you to easily remove the hose and wash the hoodie.

Here's creator Elvis "Papi" Edwards snuggling into one of his creations.

Pretty slick. Marketing Director Brian Smith says many businesses - including O.PenVAPE, Native Roots, Keef Cola, Organica, Dank, and Kottonmouth Kings - have all ordered VAPRWEAR hoodies emblazoned with their logos.

"Businesses in the industry will see others order custom from us and they'll follow in their footsteps. They're very competitive," says Smith.

And if you have questions, their site offers live chat with live support agents who can answer any burning, vape-hoodie related queries.

h/t LA Weekly

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