Fitness Find: iPod Compatible Clothing

January 19, 2007 by SheFindsColleen
shefinds | Style


What: Nano-Friendly Workout Gear

Why: The latest (and likely the sweatiest) partnership between the iPod and its many adoring followers has spawned a line of tanks and short- and long-sleeve shirts by Nike that is designed with pockets to fit iPod Nano. Sure, the technical fabrics and iPod-friendly fits are custom made for rocking and running, but is buying a Nano-compatible shirt the jock equivalent of wearing a pocket protector?

Those who have not fully reconciled their athletic and geekish ways can try less obvious iPod gear like Arc’Teryx’s Covert Cardigan Jacket. iPods fit nicely in the small zippered pocket on the left arm for cold weather workouts.


Nike+ Sleeveless Seamless Top icon ($60)

Nike+ Cap Sleeve Seamless Topicon ($65)

Nike+ Long Sleeve Seamless Top icon ($70)

Arc’Teryx Covert Cardigan ($149.95)

Get Yours:

Nike at Nordstrom.comicon ?

Arc’Teryx at

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