Jeans + pocket = $250 iPod Levi’s

They’re working their way into every aspect of our homes and cars, so it was only a matter of time before our clothes started to become iPod compatibl

They’re working their way into every aspect of our homes and cars, so it was only a matter of time before our clothes started to become iPod compatible. We’ve already seen Apple’s flagship music player work its way into a partnership with Nike trainers, and now it’s on its way up your body – starting with your legs.

Levi’s RedWire DLX jeans have an iPod connection built onto the end of a red strap in a side pocket, which feeds a control pad and set of adjustable earphones. We presume the whole lot will be detachable for when they need a wash.

The control pad itself is mounted on the side of the front pocket, and along with what appears to be a spool for the headphone wire, is the only visible marker to give away the contents of these strides.

They come replete with white stitching – a nod to Apple’s favourite colour, perhaps – and will be available in Europe come November. We’re awaiting a call from the trendy chaps at Levi’s for exact dates and pricing, but in the States they’re going to set you back a whopping $250. A worthy price to pay for something a regular pocket will do just fine? You decide.

In the meantime, click the link below to check out some actual pics of the jeans thanks to iLounge.

Essentials

Levi’s RedWire DLX

Price: £TBA

On sale: November

Contact: Levi’s

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