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Scottevest Carry-on Coat Holds More Than Many Suitcases

by Shane McGlaun

So what do you do if you’re a geek and you like to travel with hoards of electronics for a few days, but you are too lazy to carry around a suitcase or bag of some sort? You pick up one of these SCOTTEVEST Carry-On coats.


The thing appears to be a trench coat length jacket festooned with an unbelievable number of pockets (33 to be exact). If they ever do a geek parody of the scene in the Matrix where Neo and company come in wearing jackets packed with weapons, this would be the wardrobe.

The thing has pockets for the iPad, iPhone, MP3 player, glasses, cameras, personal care items like tooth brushes and those tiny shampoos you can get on the plane with and more. The weirdest pockets are so big, they can even hold your extra clothes and shoes. I wonder if you can even walk in this thing – and I can only imagine what fun it will be to get through airport security with one of these fully loaded.

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