Fashion: Coat
Concave Convex Hood   (+1, -1)  [vote for, against]
A hood with a face the back of your head pushes into the hood.

This hood is made out of a double layer of fabric. The outside layer constitutes the main part of the hood that is always exposed. The inside layer transitions between being concave and convex depending on the weather, that is whether it is being worn or not. When not being worn the concave inner layer becomes convex inflating the hood like a balloon, and taking the appearance of a face. When worn the face is pressed into the back of the hood, and the wearer's own face takes its place.
-- rcarty, Feb 15 2013

what ?

I almost get it.
-- FlyingToaster, Feb 16 2013

The hood inflates.
-- rcarty, Feb 16 2013

ohhhhhhh. The face faces the same way then; it's not supposed to be "looking back" when the hood is off.

But why ?
-- FlyingToaster, Feb 16 2013

Because [rcarty]'s been sprinkling peyote on his corn flakes, that's why.
-- Alterother, Feb 16 2013

Exactly. It's hallfbaked. Why do it.
-- rcarty, Feb 16 2013

You got me here at *hallbaked* you're baking in the hallway?
-- xandram, Feb 16 2013

Typing on a small screen and the two ls weren't differentiated by resolution.
-- rcarty, Feb 16 2013

random, halfbakery