Lederhosen grow the iPod habit

 Germany, home of the (2nd -ed) best beers, Jagermeister and fine sausages – and now also home to the world’s first iPod-integrating Lederhosen.

That’s right. The iPod ecosystem just grew that little bit larger with Lodenfrey’s introduction of leather Lederhosen integrating a secret iPod pocket and built-in controls for the music player, situated down the wearer’s left leg.

The new garment was introduced at IFA 2007, alongside a Bavarian hunting jacket that’s also equipped with iPod controls. 

 

 

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