Scottevest’s Camp Shirt Lets You Carry Gadgets Discreetly

Sometimes, you just want to live like a Luddite.  Ain’t nothing wrong with that.  You even went so far as to join a Luddite community in your city, with plans to attend their monthly meetings to join everyone in screaming “Destroy Technology” at the top of your lungs.  Problem is, you feel naked without a cellphone.  And if you don’t listen to Lady Gaga’s Pokerface once every two hours, you feel like killing yourself.  How the heck will you attend that gathering without having to leave your electronic essentials at home?  We suggest wearing the Scottevest Camp Shirt.

Like the rest of the company’s products, the shirt was designed to hold gadgets without looking like it, so it integrates that clever system that balances the weight across the garment.  None of the gadgets are stowed in plain sight, too, so nobody in the meeting should recognize your anti-technological fakery.

The Scottevest Camp Shirt has three pockets — one on the chest that’s visible from the outside and two hidden pockets in the side-seam.   The front pocket comes with a magnetic closure, letting you hide whatever you have there (phone, iPod) securely even if you move around.  So you can bust out your Lady Gaga tunes when you feel the sudden urge, the shirt also comes with Scottevest’s Personal Area Network, a system of secret holes and conduits inside the shirt for covering up headphone wires.

The shirt itself is sewn from a sandwashed modal/polyester blend that’s quick-drying, wrinkle-resistant and highly-breathable.  It doesn’t look half-bad paired with jeans or casual slacks, either, so you can wear it like any regular item in your closet.

Thinkgeek has the Scottevest Camp Shirt in steel blue color with a variety of size options.  Price is $64.99.

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