SyncWear intros MP3 Fitness Shirts for nanos

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Malachi and Co. has introduced second-generation SyncWear fitness shirts (formerly PodWear) — t-shirts designed especially to hold an iPod nano. They cost $33.99.

SyncWear shirts incorporate a dual-layer, 3-in-1 side pocket designed for the iPod nano, along with cord management using two fabric loops on the side and shoulder.

The dual-layer pocket is used to not only hold an iPod nano but also other contents, such as car keys and ID. You can also use the pocket ot store excess cord from earbud wires.

The shirts feature flat stitching and are made of a lightweight, quick-drying polyester microfiber material. They’re available in black, navy, black with navy trim and red.

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