Noted explorer and CEO of Overland International, Scott Brady, field tests The Cubed Travel Jacket™ in Overland Journal's Winter Edition. Check out the full review below:
Travelers wearing our unique Pick-Pocket Proof ® Pockets have been busy stopping pick-pockets all over the world this year. The list includes four Continents and the Dominican Republic. Our team has mapped out the locations and how many thefts were prevented in each city. Paris takes the record this year (Rome was the winner in 2015) with five stopped pick-pockets. Rome and Barcelona take second with two each. Click over to our testimonial page to read all the real world traveler stories of Pick-Pockets vs Pick-Pocket Proof Pants ® !
It is with great pleasure that we announce Spud Hilton, travel editor for the San Francisco Chronicle, has selected The Cubed Travel Jacket™ for his travel gadgets and gear picks of 2016! We love that Spud loves our pockets!
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We are proud to announce that the editors over at Forbes have selected our Cubed Travel Jacket™ for their "Gifts for Every Personality" themed 2016 Holiday Gift Guide.
We also may have a new favorite quote: "...the jacket is like 007 gear for the everyday grind"
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See the full gift guide here!
Calling it the "Ultimate Tech Jacket," popular technology review website Cult of Mac recently tested our Cubed Travel Jacket. The weather in England is famous for its unpredictability and perfect for our jacket. Check out what they had to say...
"As a tech lover like myself, chances are you carry around a fair amount of gadgets when you're out and about. Sometimes a backpack just isn't what you want to carry."
"You may have heard about the severe weather conditions going on in England at the moment, but even without flooding and heavy rain, this coat is going to live in my car from this point on. With its combination of waterproofing and more pockets and features than any other comparable product, this is great for anyone wanting to spend time outdoors."
Here is their video review:
For the second year in a row, our designers are proud to announce that the travel editors over at the LA Times have selected our innovative travel apparel for their annual holiday gift guide. This year, they picked our innovative travel jacket, The Cubed Travel Jacket™, as a must-have for 2016. It's interesting to note that pick-pockets aren't able to pick our pockets but travel editors sure can!
Take a look at the print edition of the LA Times gift guide below.
Web version of the gift guide here.
The Editors over at The Adventure Blog are loving the sleek, versatility of our Cubed Travel Jacket™.
"It is durable enough to take virtually anywhere, and you'll look great no matter where you. What more could you ask for out of any piece of travel clothing?"
"A stylish jacket designed specifically with the needs of travelers in mind, with more than a few features that you didn't even realize you needed until now."
"There is nothing about this jacket that screams "outdoorsy." Instead, it is made with a more fashionable look that allows it to blend in seamlessly in urban environments, while still looking good on the trail too."
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"Clothing Arts' Travel Jacket is inconspicuously stylish and that’s the idea. Travelers want to blend into their surroundings, not become a focal point. The Cubed Travel Jacket is a four-season jacket designed by travelers for travelers. It promises more features than any waterproof shell on the market."
"Traveling is about compromise on what you’re willing to carry. The Cubed Travel Jacket checks all the right boxes. Four-season capability. Water and windproof. Stylish but not conspicuous. And pockets. Tons of pockets."
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"I’ve been a big fan of Clothing Arts for a couple of years, ever since I had a chance to “test drive” their Pickpocket Proof Pants on a trip to Namibia a few years ago."
"So I was happy to check out their new Cubed Travel Jacket. It’s stylish enough to wear in Manhattan, but rugged enough to bring to the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana this week."
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