Last Updated Mar 5, 2007 6:44 PM EST
Commuting or traveling on public transportation is a good way to catch up on work—or sleep. But the latter is often hard to come by, even if you've got your noise blockers in place. That's because there is rarely a comfortable way to catch some shut eye on the subway or from the confines of the dreaded middle seat on the plane, and attempts to make the best of the situation often end up creating sore necks.
One innovative solution is this jacket with stiff lapels that pop up to provide maximum neck protection (and privacy) why you sleep in public. (Note: If you're trying to be sly about catching some Zs in the office, a flesh-colored neck brace works much better.)