Designed by a former engineer from IBM who now runs a fashion garment manufacturing company in the startup capital of India, Bengaluru, the VERSATYL is an attention grabber !
The VERSATYL is designed by Emirate Fashions Pvt Ltd – a garment manufacturing firm based out of the startup capital of India – Bengaluru (AKA Bangalore). The idea for this came when Saneen Javali (who was an engineer at IBM & now one of the Directors and Chief Designer at Emirate Fashions) was looking for something unique to make at a breakthrough price. Most travel jackets he noticed were overpriced and this spurred him to design the VERSATYL. The vision is to make it the de-facto standard in travel jackets. Be it on an aircraft or a boat, on a bike, trekking the countryside or for everyday use, the VERSATYL is what you want.
Check out the features that make this jacket the most versatile piece of clothing you’ll ever own!
FRONT Pic: The front of the VERSATYL showcasing 16 features
The Versatyl combines form with function and is available currently in 4 colors. It has 14 zips and weighs in at just 590 grams. The pockets will store everything from pens to iPads. The Jacket has a ” carry all ” pocket at the back – which means it folds into that pocket and can be carried around like a sling pouch. The same pocket doubles as a massive storage space when you are wearing the VERSATYL.
INSIDE PIC: The Inside of the VERSATYL has another 11 features taking the total to 27 features
REAR PIC: The back of the VERSATYL has 2 additional unique features to add to its 29 features.
Small details make a big impact
Key Features of the Jacket
1. 2 napoleon chest pockets for IDs/Cards/Money/Passport
2. 1 Upper Arm pocket for keys/change/essentials
3. 2 Forearm pockets for keys/change/essentials
4. 2 hand warming pockets
5. Earphone loops
6. Pen holder pocket
7. Mini torch or bottle holder
8. Phone pocket
9. Portable charger pouch
10. Compact camera pouch
11. Tablet or Document slider
12. Wallet pocket
13. Headphone or USB pocket
14. Sunglass loop + pouch
15. Carry pocket at the back