High-tech apparel goes bulletproof

But $2,000 raincoat won't protect your neck

Spycatcher

Much of the clothing that's appeared on Crave has focused on technologies like music or communications gear sewn into the fabric. (Except for those dorky ties that Caroline McCarthy is so fond of.)

But if you're looking for a truly urban outfit, this may be for you: the bulletproof raincoat, which Spycatcher claims will resist everything from a pocket knife to "9mm Full Metal Jacket Round Nose projectiles." But Gizmodo notes that the $2,000 garment still leaves your neck exposed, so don't expect it to be of much help against vampires.

If you're really paranoid--or really unpopular--you may just want to stay locked inside your bulletproof Mercedes S600 .

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    Mike Yamamoto is an executive editor for CNET News.com.

     

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