250: Lounging In PT Gear

Posted by Michael J. Penney on

On this episode of Cigars and Sea Stories Bennett and Mike are talking lounging In PT gear and going commando. The guys work separately in different environments. Bennett has a day job with the VA and Mike works from home. Sure, when the event calls for it, the guys show up suited and booted ready for action. But when the situation is more relaxed the attire is downgraded to comfy pants or sweats. Mike's favorite are still the green USMC sweats. There is something nostalgic about them. That and it's wonderful rocking them with an off colored t-shirt with some flip-flops and a full beard. Say something 1stSgt!

During the episode, Bennett shares the beauty of rolling “commando”. True liberation of the junk can be delightful but unwieldy. Recon ruck runs through the sand in boots and silkies can make for a sloppy situation.  It's a veteran move.

Bennett also shares a fun fact at the end: sweat pants originated in France. They might sound a bit uncomfortable though.

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And now for some lounge pics of co-host, Michael J. Penney, sporting his signature man-onsie. FEAST YER EYES!!

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