Does anyone actually sleep well on a plane? Okay, for the .01 percent of humanity that actually does and aren’t kids with the ability to sleep anywhere and in virtually any odd position, consider Sleep n’ Say. The lightweight, light-blocking goggles post huge signs over the wearer’s eyes ranging from “Do Not Disturb” to “Rouse for Food”. Well, the second one is actually a bit more politely put. Anyway, backers can even pick their language and color just in case there are flight attendants that don’t know the universal language of English, and TSA decides that a post-it note on the forehead has too much potential as a dangerous weapon. For $25, backers can begin counting sheep in flight right around March 2015.
Some people live for winter. The rush that comes with hopping hills on a snowmobile, zooming down a snow covered mountain and the thrill of a myriad of other outdoor winter sports makes them rush out to greet the first snow of the season, but a face full of frosty air can bring a person to a freezing halt. That’s why there’s Hoogle. The facemask-hood-goggles combo not only protects from cold and glare, but it even offers the option for some attitude with several artistic options. For $20AUD a backer gets the embroidered version, or $49AUD for first production pick. Expected deliver is August 2014 and October 2014.