Pink, the high end shirt maker, is introducing a shirt designed for the commuter, cleverly named, the Commuter. Just what makes the Commuter just so commuter friendly? Well Pink has loaded up the shirt with a few new high tech features:
- Concealed Front Pocket – for the iPod as well as a concealed track for the headphone cable.
- Hidden Cuff Pocket – for your travel card. Perfect for bus or subway cards. Being a London designer, Pink designed the pocket to hold a London Underground Oyster Card, which is still scannable through the shirt’s material.
- Crease-resistent two-fold cotton – The shirt’s special material is crease-free to ensure that you look just as good as when you got off the subway as when you got on.
The Shirt will be available in two colors — white and Pinpoint Oxford blue. The shirt will be available in stores mid-February priced at £65 or $115.
I know this sounds like an overpriced iPod shirt. But realize all Pink shirts carry that price tag. These are high end shirts. And yes, despite the name, Pink does make shirts for men :)
via Pocket Lint
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."