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Dad's in Da Hoodie

Category: Hardware Published on Wednesday, 18 March 2009

New Hoodie Fleece from Scott eVest Hits the Market

Michael L. Berman's Blog
June 15, 2007

It's only two days until you get to show your father what you think of him and you still haven't sprung for a gift? Well, here's a suggestion that will not only satisfy your iPod-toting Dad (yeah, we use 'em too), but could help him fit in with the younger crowd.

The new Ultimate Hoodie Microfleece ($69.99) from Scott eVest looks great on the outside and has hidden tech appeal on the inside.

Equipped with 10 pockets and the exclusive PAN system for stringing earphone cords inside the garment and attaching them to various devices, this is the latest in the line of Scott Jordan's ever-expanding line of technology-enabled clothing. It features a special pocket on the left sleeve for an iPod or other mp3 player, a pocket for his cell phone, a special pen pocket, and other pockets for cameras, bottles, loose change, etc. It also has a keyholder attached to one of the pockets so Dad won't lose his keys.

I've become addicted to Scott Jodran's line of clothing since he designed his first eVest in 2001 and now have a closet full of his jackets, shirts, polos, hats and pants.

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