Koyono Announces IPod BlackCoat With Eleksen Fabric Buttons

Posted: Jan 16 2006, 3:17am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:02pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Koyono Announces iPod BlackCoat with Eleksen Fabric Buttons
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Koyono announces new outerwear designs for Spring 2006 that will include integrated controls for Apple iPods enabled through Eleksen Fabric buttons (photo below).

The first design that will be available is BlackCoat Work, a lightweight jacket made from water resistant stretch cotton. This Made for iPod jacket is scheduled to debut in March 2006 and will be priced at $179 USD.

Other designs include include coats named Sport and Minimal and one unannounced garment. Apparently there are 700 products bearing the Made for iPod logo on the market or in development.
Looks like iPod controls are closing in on the Zipper and will be soon standard components of our clothes. See also the iPod Levi's Jeans.
More details on the Koyono site.

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See also the Eleksen Music cases we reported about recently.

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