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Carrying around purses, computer sleeves, briefcases or backpacks can sometimes be a bother to the activity you are engaging in, and sometimes, its just a bother altogether.

Your desire? Hands free. Pockets a-plenty.
A solution? Scottevest Travel clothing.
And for those of you who need a heavy duty solution for your small-electronics-fetish, there’s the Scottevest iPad and MacBook Air Compatible Clothing.
 

Scottevest has a line of travel jackets and vests designed to hold as many items as a travel carry-on bag. Which is great for air travel because it doesn’t count as an extra bag.

These iPad compatible jackets and vests are designed with a special pocket to hold, secure, protect and hide the iPad. Along with additional zippered pockets for your other items like a Smartphone, water bottle, ID, small camera, keys, earbuds, sunglasses, etc.

With the ability to hold all of these items comes the concern of how the jacket or vest may look, fashionably. The minds image of having a lot of gear stashed away on your person doesn’t readily lend to sleek and stylish. But, the jackets and vests have a “NoBulge” pocket design so that you don’t get that bulky or stuffed pockets, unflattering, look.

With having all this gear inside a jacket or vest, I’d also be concerned about weight balance; having more weight on one side of the jacket than the other, which can wreck havoc on your skeletal system. Well, they thought of that too. The clothing has a built-in “Weight Management System” to aid in evenly distributing the weight of your items, so that your jackets and vests are worn comfortably.

I really like the hidden passage within the fabric that allows you to run and conceal your earbud cables. It’s annoying when those cables snag on something.

If you take your iPad everywhere you go, the Scottevest may be a must have item.

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  • Dave Pelfini

    Hi Chita-
    You might want to check out this site by travel writer Rolf Potts. He travelled around the world for 6 weeks using only a Scottevest. Quite enjoyable to read and definitley thought provoking regarding travel and the amount of luggage we really require. Enjoy.
    Dave Pelfini

  • Dave Pelfini

    Hi Chita-
    You might want to check out this site by travel writer Rolf Potts. He travelled around the world for 6 weeks using only a Scottevest. Quite enjoyable to read and definitley thought provoking regarding travel and the amount of luggage we really require. Enjoy.
    Dave Pelfini
    http://www.rtwblog.com/about-the-challenge/

  • Dave,
    Thank you for the link.
    Very enjoyable and thought provoking read.
    My next local or international travel may not be completely luggage free, but will definitely be luggage-lite.

  • Calvin

    You may not be a “Wash & Wear” person but It would be a sad day to forget to empty all those devices from your clothes prior to washing. Of course the smarter person would not forget, ( That might leave me out :-).

    On a side note. Is the Cadillac in the the “Thirsty Thursday” logo have anything to do with the oncoming $4.00 a gallon gasoline?

    Keep the cool stuff coming.

  • Well Cal,
    1. That’s a risk we run everytime we do laundry with any of our clothes with pockets, Scottevest or no Scottevest.

    2. Not at all. The Caddie was quite a looker at the Detroit 2011 North American International Auto Show and I wanted to show it off. There were some really great vehicles showcased.

    3. $4/gallon = greed