Have an armband to use with your iPod nano when you’re out running? Check out the
iSoundCap for an alternative.
The iSoundCap moves the iPod from your belt or armband to your head — it’s a baseball-style cap made of breathable mesh fabric that places the iPod in a neoprene pocket that rests on the back of your head, instead. That way, there aren’t any wires danging down around your neck and arms.
What’s more, iSoundCap’s manufacturer plans to offer the caps in the colors of the second-generation iPod nano — pink, silver, green, black, red and blue. It’s also compatible with Apple’s Nike+ipod Sport Kit, which records telemetry about your run on the iPod nano, which can then be uploaded to your Mac and sent along to a Web site, so you can track your pace and compare your stats to other runners.
Pricing and availability were not announced; iSoundCap has a link on its Web site for iPod users interested in being notified when the product is available.