Uniqlo vending machine sells clothes to travelers

Aug 12, 2017, 3:40 AM EDT
(Source: m01229/flickr)
(Source: m01229/flickr)

How about pulling a T-shirt from a vending machine standing somewhere at an airport! The fancy idea is already a reality with Uniqlo, a Japanese casual wear designer, installing vending machines that dispense clothes to travelers and passersby at select airports.

Called, Uniqlo To Go, one such machine has already been installed at California’s Oakland International Airport and soon, more will pop up at Hollywood & Highland center in Los Angeles, Houston Airport, and Queens Center in New York, writes Design Boom.

Uniqlo, which recently expanded its presence in the U.S., seeks to lure in more customers with pop-ups and vending machines in high-traffic locations, notes The Points Guy.

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