June 28, 2010

My Bootlegger Makes Liquor Smuggling Easy

my_bootlegger.pngOur friends over at the fine publication Music Festival Junkies recently featured us in a piece they did on the best methods for smuggling drinks into festivals, and we have to say we wish we'd known about My Bootlegger in time for their article. What is it you ask? Basically, it's an ankle holster that holds six mini bottles of booze, which has more applications than you can shake a stick at.

Let's face it, when the guy at the gates pats you down, he's probably not going to check your cankles, are we right? The only downside we see is that this wouldn't work well with shorts, our usual music festival attire - also, the jury's out on whether it makes you walk as bowlegged as a hooker during fleet week.

Pick up your My Bootlegger for $9.99, or save a buck by buying two. How can you go wrong?

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at June 28, 2010 11:55 PM
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