New SeV Lab Coat has pockets for technology and tools

The original lab coat was designed in the nineteenth century. Certainly medicine has evolved since then; shouldn’t its unofficial uniform evolve, too? Outerwear manufacturer SCOTTeVEST has designed SeV, an updated lab coat that includes technology-specific pockets for the modern doctor’s needs.

While traditional lab coats only have 2 oversized pockets, SeV has 16 internal and external pockets, meant to hold items of different sizes. The updated coat has the two traditional drop pockets, but also includes smaller, nestled pouches for pen and handwarmer storage. Large internal pockets hold tablets, offering an extra layer of device protection, while smaller internal pockets hold smartphones and a ruler. Pass-through pockets allow internal compartments to be accessed without unbuttoning the coat.

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