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American Congress passed a bill last year which will allow up to 30,000 Unmanned Drones to take to the skies to watch the American people by the year 2020. When ever you put “the” in front of the year it makes it sound like the intro to Blade Runner, and keeping a bleak and robotic future in mind, a New York fashion designer has developed the hoodie that will keep the first generation of the resistance warm when Skynet rises. Although being invisible to UAV’s sound like the perfect Call of Duty perk, Unmanned drones are about to be given FAA national airspace approval by 2015. This means they will be used to give speeding tickets in rural areas, aid in federal manhunts, and track down the location of Sarah and John Conner. With a scarf and burqa in the Stealth Wear line as well, they are made out of material that blocks the thermal imaging used by unmanned drones. Although it does not make you completely invisible to unmanned drones, we can all understand that to look good in the robotic apocalypse we must sacrifice practicality.