People who wear hooded coats often have difficulty in looking left and right when crossing the street. It’s possible to turn one’s head inside the hood and then step off the kerb into the path of an oncoming vehicle.
Today’s invention is to equip hoods with transparent side sections as shown. This enables the wearer to see clearly through the hood using more of their peripheral vision -and thus detecting cars more easily.
To make this more acceptable to young males, a set of shark’s teeth, or other appropriate decoration, could be applied.