This Insane Travel Onesie Has a Built-in Inflatable Travel Pillow, Face Mask, and Tons of Pockets
It’s like you’re always traveling in first class.
Ten years ago Onepiece changed travel apparel forever with the introduction of its ultra-soft and supremely comfortable one-piece suits. But now, the company is upping the ante with its new Travel Onepiece that must be seen to be believed.
The Inflatable Travel Jumpsuit comes with a whopping 15 built-in features designed to accommodate all of your needs while on the go. The onesie boasts features like an inflatable neck pillow and hood, easy “rear exit” for no-fuss trips to the bathroom and toiletries like earplugs and a collapsible toothbrush.
The jumpsuit also comes with more storage options than you’d probably ever need (unless, of course, you’re flying Ryanair). There’s one extra-large pocket that can fit a tablet or magazine, a kangaroo pouch with two zippers to keep valuables secure and cargo pockets for loading smaller items on your legs. Keep your most precious possessions in the detachable fast-track pockets hidden inside the chest of the onesie. The pockets pop right out and can be placed on a tray at security easily and efficiently.
But, because it’s a onesie, this is designed for maximum comfort while sleeping. Not only do the head and neck pillow inflate for 360-degree support, but it also comes with a sleeping mask you can strap to your seat to keep your head in place. A third zipper can close the hood over your face for ultimate privacy. But don’t worry, it was designed with extra breathing space around your nose and mouth.
The idea of an inflatable hood is nothing new, but this is the first time it has been been made in all-over jumpsuit form. In 2016, a hoodie with an inflatable hood was crowd-funded on Kickstarter with massive success.
The jumpsuit is available in a slimming all-over black and in sizes XXS to XXL and is available starting at $149 for those who back the Kickstarter early. And if you want to get one, you should probably act fast as the company has already raised 10 times its original funding goal with more than 1,000 backers.