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Clothing Arts 30 Day Challenge

Clothing Arts Pick Pocket Proof (Pᶟ) Travel Clothes
Shirt - $69.95
Pants - $109.95

Clothing Arts carved a niche out in designing stylish clothes that have a secret weapon; hidden pockets, zippers, and additional features that prevent pick pockets. HOWEVER! Since I don’t know any professional pickpockets personally, I’m going to test the second claim of Clothing Arts; that the clothes are comfortable, durable, and low-maintenance during long periods of travel.

For the next 30 days, I am entering a challenge! I’m going to wear the clothes while I’m working out, traveling, adventuring, cooking, etc. Every day, we will post a photo to Trek Tech’s Instagram account with updates and a gear review at the end.

Bonus, you can participate by telling us what we can try out to beat these clothes up and test their durability. Let us know and keep up.


If anyone knows a professional pickpocket, please contact me and we’ll schedule a pull.


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Milo Pierwola
Milo Pierwola
Milo views the world through a different lens; one without boundaries or obstacles, only challenges to be conquered. For this reason, he is one of the best at reaching the world’s most remote destinations and bringing along clients with his company, A former NY attorney, he escaped the office life and never looked back. Catch his video reviews on here, visit his personal site, and drop him a line if you want to join.

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