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Updated: 2017-12-14T11:10:21.807-08:00

 



We've developed a very nice ultra-lightweight ...

2013-03-06T21:53:27.647-08:00

We've developed a very nice ultra-lightweight prototype shirt to manage iPhone, iPod, etc. cords called the StreamLine Tech T: http://www.raceready.com/mens-running-tops/4090.html

Full production versions launch soon! And it's 100% US-made from US-milled fabrics!

Let us know if you would like some samples for review.

Wishing you the best,
Tim Vadney
RaceReady



Thank you for sharing this great article! Keep it ...

2011-09-27T21:08:44.728-07:00

Thank you for sharing this great article! Keep it up!



I usually just tack my wire down with a safety pin...

2010-02-07T21:55:46.310-08:00

I usually just tack my wire down with a safety pin on the outside of my shirt. It works better than the little clip my headphones came with. The same pins that you pin your race numbers on with work great and you don't need a special shirt. Of course if you go shirtless, I would consider getting your nipples pierced so you can have a hitch ring to connect to.



A friend loaned me an iPod Shuffle and I liked hoo...

2009-10-29T20:15:51.951-07:00

A friend loaned me an iPod Shuffle and I liked hooing it to my hatband and tucking the wires inside the hat. Very tidy. No good with larger iPods, though.



IDea is Great: But if wire is coming from sleeve, ...

2009-06-24T00:19:00.582-07:00

IDea is Great: But if wire is coming from sleeve, so the ipod will be tied on arm.



the idea given by you for the T-shirt with iPod He...

2008-09-09T18:22:00.000-07:00

the idea given by you for the T-shirt with iPod Headphone
Cord Guides is very nice. it will be very comfortable for the people who often use iPod.
***********************************
hellan
wireless stereo headphones



Though they are many T-shirts that serves the purp...

2008-09-09T18:15:00.000-07:00

Though they are many T-shirts that serves the purpose better your idea is a different one. Though the blutooth head phones are more comfortable they are as expensive as ipod. I really appreciate your idea.We had a wireless stero headphones which are cheaper compared to bluetooth fallow the below link for that.
===================================
macmillan

wireless stereo headphones



had problems posting this, trying again...FYI, Nik...

2008-03-21T20:31:00.000-07:00

had problems posting this, trying again...

FYI, Nike makes ipod compatible apparel like this already (shirts, jackets, shorts, etc...)

I'm still waiting for wireless.



Custom t shirts designed by Rhinestone T Shirts, s...

2007-12-07T01:09:00.000-08:00

Custom t shirts designed by Rhinestone T Shirts, strives to deliver finest 100% cotton tshirts and use rhinestones as the focal.
Regards,
sweths
custom t shirts



There is a new iPod T-SHIRTS line with INTEGRATED ...

2007-06-20T10:45:00.000-07:00

There is a new iPod T-SHIRTS line with INTEGRATED earphones and a pocket for your MP3 player. You can unplug the upper part with the earphones and wash the thread with the t-shirt.
Look at the italian Music and Sons line:

http://www.musicandsons.it



AND THEY COST ONLY 30E!!!!



Hi,I know this post started a whole year-and-a-hal...

2007-02-07T22:59:00.000-08:00

Hi,
I know this post started a whole year-and-a-half ago, but what the heck...Here's a shirt that solves the problem too (not exactly like your description but does the job), and it's not too expensive either - $30. See it at www.malachiandcompany.com. It's called the SyncWear mp3 fitness shirt, and it's made for iPod nanos.



Don't know much about the material, but it's some ...

2007-02-01T10:50:00.000-08:00

Don't know much about the material, but it's some sort of "performance" T. Scottevest has come out with a shirt very similar to the one you described in the post. It's called their SeV performance T Shirt

www.scottevest.com



If you made the tube going down your sleeve out of...

2007-01-16T04:00:00.000-08:00

If you made the tube going down your sleeve out of some sort of stretchy material that laid almost flat against the tshirt material, it would be fairly easy to feed the headphone cord down the tube and would also be held in place securely.



Not that I'm aware of! But there are a lot of us D...

2006-08-17T15:29:00.000-07:00

Not that I'm aware of! But there are a lot of us Dunlaps out there. Perhaps we are third cousins or something.

SD



Scott Dunlap... are you related to Aaron Dunlap by...

2006-08-17T15:04:00.000-07:00

Scott Dunlap... are you related to Aaron Dunlap by any chance?



I, like Emma, run with the cord inside my shirt if...

2006-02-19T15:42:00.000-08:00

I, like Emma, run with the cord inside my shirt if wearing short sleeves. However, women have an advantage here. When in short sleeves or no shirt, I let the cord dangle down my back (inside the shirt, if present), thread it up the center/back of my sports bra, and secure the twin "last-mile" sections of cord under the bra's shoulder straps before inserting the earbuds. When in long sleeves, I still do the shoulder strap bit. Either way, this keeps the cord neatly in place, where it essentially never catches on branches.



*LOL* My running club does this and has done for s...

2006-01-28T22:55:00.000-08:00

*LOL* My running club does this and has done for some time.
They punch the holes with an awl, buttonhole it and the cord is kept still by a flap that is sewn in on the inside of the shirt.

There is also a variation for those who wear their electronic devices around their waists or hats as the armband is generally considered very flimsy.

To be honest, I hope that a company doesn't make it. Modifying your own clothing allows people to be creative and prevents them from spending lots of dollars on things they can do for 2c.

Why should we rely on Nike?

Cheers.



Paul -Thanks for the link! I'm going to order it a...

2005-10-27T11:17:00.000-07:00

Paul -

Thanks for the link! I'm going to order it and check it out.

SD



Sugoi is making one already. Too bad it is a bit ...

2005-10-25T12:39:00.000-07:00

Sugoi is making one already. Too bad it is a bit warm for the material. But maybe they'll have the tshirt out for their spring 06 lineup

Sugoi Wired

- Paul



I have already made the ultimate shirt for using t...

2005-10-18T04:05:00.000-07:00

I have already made the ultimate shirt for using the nano pod in the gym or on the trail.

check iPod lounge ina few weeks.

dr.pierre debs



Have you sent this to Mountain Hardwear yet? I'm c...

2005-10-17T15:14:00.000-07:00

Have you sent this to Mountain Hardwear yet? I'm curious about what they would say. Chris



Scott, does submitting this to a blog consider it ...

2005-10-11T09:46:00.000-07:00

Scott, does submitting this to a blog consider it as prior art and thus make it tough for anyone else to patent the idea? Just wondering...Charlie1



Maybe you should use this service - http://www.cre...

2005-10-11T09:45:00.000-07:00

Maybe you should use this service - http://www.creativitypool.com/free_ideas.php



Wouldn't it be difficult to feed the cord through ...

2005-10-11T09:41:00.000-07:00

Wouldn't it be difficult to feed the cord through the sleeve? Maybe if you broke it up into a few smaller sleeves, it would be easier.
EricG



Scott- Wireless may be built into future iPods. Ch...

2005-10-11T09:15:00.000-07:00

Scott-

Wireless may be built into future iPods. Check this out -

http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2005/09/20050916104032.shtml