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February 15, 2006

Spy Jacket


Just an ordinary black jacket [above], right?


Because concealed under the bland exterior is a tricked–out garment [below]


with 40 — yes, forty — pockets, along with hidden conduits in the lining to thread and organize the wires from your super–secret high–tech surveillance equipment.

From the website:

    Federal Agent's Convertible Travel Jacket

    This is the jacket designed by Scottevest for federal law enforcement agents that has 40 pockets — many of them hidden — to manage all of your electronic devices and other travel essentials, plus hidden conduits in the lining which allow you to thread and organize wires to keep them from tangling.

    The waterproof and breathable jacket eliminates the need to remove wired devices and send items through airport security individually because it can be sent through the X–ray scanner with all items securely placed in dedicated pockets.

    The 40 pockets include specific compartments for your PDA, MP3 player, cellular phone, water bottle, wallet, keys, sunglasses, pens, and dozens more, with non–scratch linings and easily opened and shut magnetic closures.

    The jacket also features a protective badge holder, magnetic wind flap and zipped pocket-in-pocket system that turns one pocket into two.

    The warm, three–season jacket has sleeves and a hood that can be removed or reattached to suit your personal comfort (Removable fleece liner available).

    Made of imported Finetex®.

    Contains magnets — not to be worn by those with pacemakers.

    Machine washable.

    Weighs 3 lbs.


But perhaps you'd like to know more.

No problema.

The many features and functions of this jacket are described here.


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I would love to have one of these jakets, it's just that I don't have enough money.My mom has enough troubles taking care of her six kids.

Posted by: Barbara | Mar 3, 2006 1:33:03 PM

well. I guess it's better than Man Bags.


Posted by: IB | Feb 15, 2006 9:44:48 PM

Oh, like I don't already have to pat myself down just to find keys and glasses while wearing an ordinary jacket.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Feb 15, 2006 1:08:08 PM

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