After a summer of cargo short takedowns, we’re left wondering whether there’s a way to be both utilitarian and fashionable.
There are at least a handful of companies that are trying. SCOTTeVEST is one of them.
SCOTTeVEST, which has been in the utility clothing scene since 2000, sells men’s and women’s tops that look “normal” from the front, but hold a lot of pockets in the interior.
SCOTTeVEST sent over one of their newest jackets, the OTG, for review. The jacket’s claim to fame: it can supposedly hold an entire laptop in one of its pockets. Here’s what I thought.