If you can’t afford ScotteVest’s pocket-filled apparel, why not try Diane’s tactic? Or not. She made a jacket using nothing but Ziploc bags. Maybe you could make a fully waterproof version using Tyvek.
As part of their CES 2013 lineup, ScottEVest created this concept design for a futuristic upgrade to their Technology Enabled Clothing line, which envisions all kinds of wearable tech we wish we had today.
Firmament’s Stone Island 30/30 Multi Jacket consists of a liner and a shell. Both are reversible and can be worn together or alone for a total of 30 combinations. Think of it as getting 30 $70 jackets.
A lightweight, waterproof jacket for Spring. Plentiful pockets, including an internal one for gadgets, and a hood big enough for a helmet. A hidden reflective strip pops out of the back zipper for night riding.