Metallic-Inked Undies Give TSA a Constitutional Education

The designers explain their motivation:

  It all started when we removed our shoes to go through an X-ray scanner.
What a great canvas the top of a pair of socks are - a place to make a
statement about the hassles we have to go through to be safe. So printing
the 4th amendment on them seemed like a nice way to make a statement -
without being a pain in the ass to the already harrowed TSA employees. In
fact, many of us approve of and willingly undergo the airport security
protocols. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't question whether it's the very
best solution.

The line include socks, T-shirts, boxers, panties, and bras (complete with
TSA logos for nipples), and they're available on for $10 to $45.
Apparently, some have actually sold out, which suggests that even if people
aren't irked enough to partake in organized protests, they're plenty willing
to use fashion as a picket sign. It's practically an American tradition.

[Images via Cargo Collective]

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