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Safe underwear

 

Special to The Miami Herald

Truth be told, UnderTech Undercover’s concealment underwear started out as a product for hiding a gun. But the company has diversified and those seeking more passive service from their undies can now buy undershirts in men’s and women’s styles, with multiple sewn-in side pockets designed for stashing cash, credit cards, passports, cell phones and other not-too bulging valuables. The new Women’s Travel Safe Shirt is a lightweight polyester/Lycra body hugger with a scoop neck, cap sleeves, and seven pockets stacked from just under the left armpit to the hip. Three are slash pockets for easy access (by you, not other people); four pockets have nylon zippers (one of these has a built-in snap-to-close loop for hanging jewelry or watches). The Men’s Travel Safe Tank Top is made of the same breathable fabric with the same pocket layout. Both men’s and women’s styles come in black or white in a wide range of sizes, from small to XL.

UnderTech Undercover Men’s Travel Safe Tank Top or Women’s Travel Safe Shirt is $59.95 at www.travelsafeproducts.com.

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