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    Good gravy!

    He looks like some kind of ninja-spider over-lord!
    • CommentTimeDec 15th 2007
    While we would not want to get into banning items of clothing it is the height of irresponsibility for companies to be deliberately marketing items that would not be out of place in any hooligan's tool kit,

    So, are hammers and crowbars next? What about hair pins or wire or credit cards?
    Mirrored sunglasses maybe, or gloves?

    Or are these already illegal in the UK, and no one mentioned it to me.
    As a side note, I live in Canada, land of -40C before wind chill, and some days any exposed skin is too much. Only reason I wouldn't get one of these is my glasses would fog up in seconds.
    • CommentTimeDec 15th 2007
    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    For the ultimate in irresponsible marketing check out Cold Steel.
    As a knife collector I don't like Cold Steel because they rip off other peoples designs but the do make a nice tomahawk and spade.
    Here is a blurry pic of my CS thrower and their nylon knife designed to go through metal detectors.
    <img src="http:////" target="_blank"><img src="" " alt="CS" />
    Possibly the most beautifully politically incorrect consumer item in recent history. I had to have one on principle.
    • CommentAuthorcragum
    • CommentTimeDec 15th 2007
    if you're planning on going superhero, have i got the clothing for you:
    Kevlar Reinforced Jeans
    Fire Resistant Clothing