A new lab coat from ScotteVest, Ketchum, Idaho, incorporates the same multi-pocket, gadget-oriented engineering philosophy that the company applies to its general outerwear line. Designed to accommodate tablets, smartphones, and other portable electronic equipment, the coat offers 16 pockets, including two interior cell phone pockets to protect phones from exposure to external contamination, an exterior chest pocket suitable for an ID badge, and two tablet pockets sized to hold an iPad and log books. Headphone loops in the collar and access channels in the hand-warmer pockets enables wearers to use communications equipment or listen to music while keeping wires neatly tucked away. The coat is available in a crisp white with a durable poly twill that has been treated to make it stain- and water-resistant. Apart from fit, men’s and women’s versions are identical in features and pockets, including the Euro-style double back vents for freedom of movement and comfort while seated. For more information, visit ScotteVest.
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