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High Tech Jeggings

I'll admit this isn't a horrible idea.  Alphyn Industries, based in San Francisco, is launching a line of  Jeggings that have a pouch on the thigh for you to place your smartphone in and use.  The Valencia Jeggings are made of stretch denim with a protective pocket sewn on one leg that can fit all but the biggest smartphones , or "phablets," the extra-large phone-tablet hybrids. The pocket's protective, transparent cover allows the wearer to use a phone without taking it out of her pocket.

 

The company says the design was inspired by fighter pilots' G-suits, which have straps and pockets on the thighs to provide easy access to maps and notes while in the air. Alphyn line of clothing for men includes jeans and jackets with similar pockets, as well as a hoodie with a drop-down chest pocket for an iPad.

Look for the jeggings to be sold at the company's website soon.  In case you were wondering, they already offer a smartphone thigh pouch for men called the Delta415 Wearcom which will set you back around $160.

Just make sure to check your pockets before throwing them in the wash, it could be a costly mistake!

-Chris Malone


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