Kling Tut is a vest designed for travelers in confined seating situations aboard planes, trains, or cars.
It comes with Velcro mitts that stick to the front, allowing travelers to comfortably rest their arms on their chest during long trips without strain.
Scott Hollander created the vest because he traveled often and hated spilling over into neighboring passengers seats on airplanes.
He says the Velcro on the mitts provides instant support for your arms but also allows travelers to reach for airline peanuts without much effort.
Though ripping your hands off the vest may cause those Velcro farting noises, Hollander says its worth it for traveling in comfort.
The best part is that the vest and mitts are so discreet, they can be worn as regular attire.
Hollander has sold only one Kling Tut so far, but hopes the vest which is nothing like a straight-jacket catches on soon.
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