Oh, Japan. You guys win all the creativity points for this one.
Introducing Bibi Lab's Netsmen Wearable Mosquito Net, a new product designed to combat the island nation's pesky mosquito problem.
For 6,600 yen (US $63), you get a full-body suit that's part function, part fashion. The breathable mesh keeps the mosquitoes out and has comfortable bands in the wrists and ankles to keep any from flying into your suit. There's a removable hood and even a large zipper across the rear so you can use the bathroom without making yourself a zika risk.
AND DID I MENTION THAT IT COMES IN DIFFERENT COLORS?
Apparently, mosquitoes tend to be attracted to darker colors, so Bibi Lab offers their suits in only 'White Tiger Pied-à-terre' (white) or bright, pastel Celestial Maiden Plumage (pink) or 'Blue Summer Sky Shower' (blue).
So is this something you'd drop cash for?
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