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Eight Stage Cruise Line Adventure Suit

Flexible clothing for adventurous, sea-going travelers
 
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Stage 1: In its simplest form the suit is a vest-sleeved, short-legged jumpsuit with Hawaiian print and plastic lei.

Stage 2: Velcro seals at the shoulders and hips are broken to release long sleeves and trouser legs.

Stage 3: Velcro pouches at the wrists and ankles are opened to release gloves and moccasins.

Stage 4: Velcro seals in the gloves and moccasins are broken, extended, and sealed with the sleeves and trouser legs.

Stage 5: A Velcro pouch behind the neck is opened to release a hood and a Velcro pouch in front of the neck is opened to release a bib and cutlery.

Stage 6: A Velcro seal near the front of the hood is broken to release a brim and Eskimo-style slit goggles.

Stage 7: Draw strings near the breast pocket and elbows are pulled to inflate a life jacket and water wings, forming a float coat.

Stage 8: Velcro seals on the dorsal side of the gloves and on the sole of the moccasins are broken to release flippers.

spiraliii, Mar 07 2007

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That's a whole lotta Velcro. It would be a rather bulky jumpsuit with all that stuff contained with-in.

Biggest problem:
//the soul of the moccasins are broken to release flippers//
but
//pouches at the wrists and ankles are opened to release gloves and moccasins//
Most flippers I've seen aren't quite that flexible.
PS. sp: sole
neutrinos_shadow, Mar 07 2007
  
      
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