If the fibers of a spider web were coated in graphene, it would be so strong and stretchy that it could catch a falling airplane. Insane, right? The possibilities the material presents are seemingly endless, but let’s start with a very simple one: outerwear. Vollebak’s Graphene Jacket is engineered with a graphene-coating to make it part jacket and part science experiment. The coat is reversible, meaning you can wear it with the graphene coating on the outside or on the side closer to your body. Not only does this present two different looks—the graphene-coated side is gun metal gray and the other side is matte black—but it presents different possibilities. The graphene side conducts heats, so you can wear that side closer to your body in cold weather to help equalize your skin temperature. You can even heat the jacket up by leaving it in the sun. Waterproof, breathable, and insanely strong, this is one of the most innovative jackets you’ll ever don.