We may not walk on the Red Planet for another decade or so. But that doesn’t mean you can’t look like a high-tech, Mars-equipped visitor. Vollebak, makers of extreme gear, have a new Mars Gear lineup, with jacket and pants that are highly over-engineered, featuring all sorts of unique materials and design.
The ballistic nylon and 3D printed exterior also features a distinctive ‘port’ that holds space sickness bags, all to prepare you for the rigors of space.
‘Anti gravity’ pockets open upside down and from either side, for those floating-in-space moments that may throw your balance off.
We can only imagine the space-related conversations that this Mars Gear will lead to.
We love Vollebak’s over-the-top take on clothing, even if it’s admittedly absurd, and extremely expensive. The Mars jacket sells for $995, and the pants go for $665.
“Engineers, explorers, pilots, architects and scientists are all going to need gear up in space. And there’s a lot to design for – from shifting gravitational fields and space adaptation syndrome, to bathroom breaks. Which is why our Mars gear comes with a vomit pocket made from 3D printed Nylon powder, anti-gravity pockets for shifting gravity fields, and a horizontal fly based on flight gear. It’s industrial workwear fit for any planet.”