The Boobypack is a Fannypack… for Your Boobs
If you’re a girl, then you know how annoying it can be to carry a cell phone when you are pocketless and without a purse. But with the Boobypack, now you can cleverly disguise said phone in a colorful sports bra. Perfect for carrying your phone while working out — it’s even waterproof so that you won’t damage your device. It also works for other types of miscellany you might need to stash — credit cards, keys, earphones… anything!
We love that it comes in bright neon colors, and that it doubles as both a bra and a tank. It’s also stretchy and comfortable, yet still gives more shape than the average sports bra.
If you want to “support” (pun intended) the Boobypack, head over to Kickstarter. By pledging $36, you’ll get your own Boobypack in the color of your choice. If you really love the Boobypack, pledge $50 and you’ll get a special edition tank top that says “Boobypack Backer.” Bonus points if you take a photo wearing that tank in public and send it to us.
The project has already met it’s minimum goal and it’s founder, Christina Conrad, has declared that if they are able to raise $60,000, her next feature will be to make a Boobypack that actually charges your phone while it’s in your pocket. Sounds a lot like Everpurse, but regardless, we’re big fans of that idea. That is, so long as the phone radiation doesn’t harm our girl parts (this is still an open question we have about any piece of clothing that holds gadgets near our chests). Here’s the official statement on that by Conrad:
“I want to address the potential health issue of keeping a cell phone (which emits non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation) so close to ones breasts. We recommend turning your cell phone off when stashing it in your Boobypack just to be safe but the National Cancer Institutehas released this statement: “Although there have been some concerns that radiofrequency energy from cell phones held closely to the head may affect the brain and other tissues, to date there is no evidence from studies of cells, animals, or humans that radiofrequency energy can cause cancer.”