Velcro Celebrates Its Apollo Legacy With a Perfectly Chosen Cover by Walk Off the Earth

The band takes on The Police's 'Walking on the Moon'

Velcro kept the astronauts of Apollo 11 firmly fastened into their moon boots. It also latched their Omega watches to their wrists, attached their breathing tubes to their suits and served as nose scratchers inside their helmets. All told, there were 3,300 square inches of Velcro on the command and lunar modules during that 1969 mission.

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