Traveler Vest for Women
The large back pocket is great to stow documents, folders and magazines. In some styles and sizes, it can even accommodate a small tablet or laptop (we do not recommend using it for laptops for long periods of time, or sitting on your laptop)... This pocket is connected to the patented PAN (Personal Area Network) to route wires into the rest of the garment.
A convenient pocket to stow your Bluetooth headset, USB drive or similarly-sized item.
A wide, elastic loop located in the handwarmer pocket that holds a bottle upright to prevent spillage. Fits most "normal size" water, beer and soda bottles.
BudBuckets™ - Earbud Pockets
Small pouches located inside just below the front collar on each side. Store your earbuds when not in use, so they don't dangle and bounce around.
Don't miss an important moment! The Camera Pocket is designed to fit most point-and-shoot digital cameras, while keeping them readily accessible. Where noted, the Camera Pocket also includes a MyMemory™ pocket for spare memory cards.
Small pockets in the corners of handwarmer pockets designed to hold loose change and/or memory cards.
Change Stopper Pockets
Front pockets on our pants are specially engineered with a strategically-placed, invisible stitch to prevent change and other small items from falling out when you sit down.
Clear Touch Fabric
Clear touch fabric allows you to see and control your electronics (even touchscreen devices) right through the clear material. It is found on the inside of many of our items, and can be positioned in chest pockets, ID pockets and/or our Quick Draw configuration. Check out the item features for specifics. We recommend NOT drying any product with clear touch on high heat (but low heat is fine).
Elastic cords and/or specifically molded plastic form a part of our patented Personal Area Network (PAN) which is designed to guide wires and hold earbuds and headphones in place.
This is a hidden conduit system, related to our patented Personal Area Network (PAN), located on the inside of the collar to keep wires in place.
Cross Draw Pockets
These pockets are tucked away under the arms and engineered for comfort and convenience. Easily accessible even when seated, these pockets are designed to hold your phone or other go-to items out of the way, but ready to "draw" at a moment's notice. Subtle zippers hidden along a seam make these pockets practically invisible.
Our ergonomically designed pockets are engineered so items can't fall out, even if you forget to zip it closed.
A soft cloth, designed to remove smudges from eyeglasses and sunglasses is attached to most upper body garments by a cord. Some of our latest items include a pocket map printed in soft ink on the chamois.
We love attention to detail, and that carries through to the lining of our clothing! We created a fractal-like pattern by repeating one graphic element over and over... you'l need to look close to see that the graphic element is actually our logo! Subtle and sophisticated, we designed this pattern to please even people who hate having logos on their clothing, especially since it's hidden away on the inside.
Sanctuary Clothing Women's Traveler Vest, White, Medium
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Women's Cropped Round Neck Short Sleeve Letter Printed Fashion T Shirt (MEDIUM, WHITE-SWT16229)
Is it "traveling" or "travelling?"? | Yahoo Answers
"Traveling" is usually the American way to spell the word, but "travelling" is also correct, technically. The double L is usually used in Europe, but I believe both are correct.