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lift_fever wrote

Scottevest.com for clothing with many hidden pockets inside. Expensive but you’ll break even in no time.

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DontFuckWithTarget wrote

Yes! Been looking for something like this for a while. Which one do you use? Thinking about getting the light one because it's hot where I live, however, don't know if that will sacrifice functionality.

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lift_fever wrote

I don’t use any of them yet! But I really want one for both lifting and for personal reasons. I think those windbreaker type jackets seem good, it’s light but not so light that it sacrifices the amount of pockets.

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DontFuckWithTarget wrote

Not gonna lie, I’m gonna pick one up tomorrow. I’m going for the featherweight because where I live it’s too hot for anything else to pass. Winter will be a different story though.

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lift_fever wrote

Alright, can’t wait to hear some lifting stories about the use of your jacket :P

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Ferrosplice wrote

Personally, I use jackets that have pockets on the inside. The one I currently have is rather bulky while still looking rather nice (so i dont seem like a shoplifter). I can put things like cans of soda while not looking any different, meaning i can just walk out while LP is none the wiser.

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SuperDave wrote

Tape a booster bag to the inside of your pants. line it with cardboard.

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gardcnia wrote

100% bulky jackets with inside pockets. Wear a slimming shirt underneath and you can shove stuff down the back and sides as well as filling your pockets. If you hold a bag/purse you can press it against your jacket on the outside to make it look less sus.

  • If you have long hair and just drape it over the back of your jacket, it hides the bulkiness from behind.