Do you ever wear a jacket, and then the sun comes out, and your skin feels aflame, so you just tear the jacket to shreds with your jagged nails? Yes—but wouldn't it be better if the sleeves disappeared?
Trenchcoats are suspicious enough as is, but a trenchcoat stuffed to the brim with gadgets? As well as a pair of shoes, bottle of water...and is that a belt?
If there's one thing that turns me off more than a man in a vest, it's a man in a vest with an iPad.
ScotteVest, the company know for their very gadget-friendly clothing, is having one hell of a sale. Enter the coupon code THANKS at checkout to receive 50-percent off your order. The SeV clothing includes pockets for gadgets and gear of all shapes and types. Polos, pullovers and jackets, oh my!
While most of us sedentary bloggers don't need much in the way of performance gear for extreme sports like getting up to get another sugar free Red Bull—my knee is messed up, I swear!—ScottEVest seems to think we do.
The folks at Scott E Vest made us a little page offering $30 off any of the featured products. This includes the sexy hoodie shown here with the big target on the back. Perfect for running from authority!
Sale Page [ScottEVest]
Check out this stud—easily the best dressed blogger out there. And now you can be like him and save some bling while you are at it. This is JB sporting his Scottevest Sev 4.0. Scottevest is celebrating their 5th anniversary by offering a 50% off sale that lasts until this Sunday. Buy, buy, buy!
We Gizmodo geeks, while not unattractive, should not be modeling clothing. With that in mind, I hereby present to you my review of the SeV Sport Tec 4.0 and the SeV Lounge Pants complete with pictorial representations of my own fine ass wearing the latest in geekwear from the inimitable Scott E. Jordan.
I wasn't going to post about this new update to the ScotteVest line, because, well, as space-saving as it is and all, the ScotteVest clothing line still doesn't strike me as too fashionable (and I'm just picky about clothes like that). But then I saw their iPod video spoof ad, and I have to admit it was amusing enough…