The company Scottevest designs and manufactures a full line of clothing with a conduit system, specialized pockets and compartments, to manage and control wires of electronic devices.
Specializing in a brand known as TEC for Technology Enabled Clothing which in laymen's terms means their clothing is made for comfortably holding a multitude of gadges and gizmos.
The travel vest comes in three basic colors Black, Khaki and Navy. I personally chose the Khaki to be more visible out on the trails. Their sizes go from Small to 3x which I found to be very nice. Not many specialty stores carry clothes for larger folk like myself. The vest when you pick it up is very light weight. I wore it everywhere for a month and found it to be warm enough with a polo shirt underneith during the cool fall days and yet not too warm when the temps were in the low to mid 70's(F).
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- If you do try using a water bottle in the vest pocket that is cold, there is nothing waterproof enough to guard against water condensation.
- In the collar there is a flap to hold the earbud wires in place. This flap is held down by two strips of Velcro. The flap needs to protect the neck better at where the Velcro resides which scratches the back of the neck at times.
- The top front flaps of the collar never really set right when unzipped. Not a big thing but somewhat annoying.
- Lightweight and breathable feel when wearing in varied Fall time temps.
- Comfortable fit even when many of the pockets had items within them.
- There is a pocket for just about every need including holding a bottle of water.
- Handy elastic band with clip for car keys.
- Nice integration for iPod and earbuds.
- Pockets in Pockets for specialty items.
- I knew where everything was and did not have to fumble to find needed items when geocaching.
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