Jeans With Transparent Pocket Will End Smartphone Troubles, Aren’t Creepy

If you’ve ever wanted to text someone or play a game of Angry Birds but thought, “then I’d have to reach in my jeans and pull my phone out and that just isn’t worth it to me,” then I’ve got news for you, friend. Your pocket-related trials and tribulations are almost at an end.

For ease of access, Alphyn Industries’ DELTA415 Wearcom jeans have a transparent pocket to store such devices. Gone are the days of having to stand just to get your phone.

The jeans are a spiritual descendant of the outfits fighter pilots wear. Those suits tend to have custom straps and pockets for things like map clipboards and notes for use during flight. These happen to not-so-surprisingly be found on the thigh more often than not. And now those of us on the ground can simulate the experience by wearing the DELTA415 Wearcom jeans and running around going “woosh” until we pass out. Or I guess you could just use them like regular jeans with a transparent pocket. But where’s the fun in that?

If you’re a bit on the heavy side, don’t expect to fit into these $160 jeans though as the sizes range from 28 to 38 only. And only devices that fit a 3×5 dimension. That just means there’s a market out there ripe for the taking: Big jeans for big devices. Innovation!

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