how many times have jumped into the pool just to realized your phone is still in the pocket? nasty. well, that won’t be problem if you are wearing the Stash Waterproof Pocket Shorts. on a bigger picture, Stash Pocket is a patented waterproof pocket system that can be incorporated into a variety types of clothing and stuff such as backpacks, life vests et cetera, but for this particular product i.e. the Stash Waterproof Pocket Shorts, its maker is offering the awesome electronics-saving feature in a pair of shorts made of 60/40 polyester/cotton material with double and triple stitch construction. shorts-wise, it features premium zipper, multiple storage pockets, belt loops and the material used offers antimicrobial property and is totally quick to dry.

the spotlight is, of course, the Stash Waterproof Pocket System which sports features such as lock-down fitment which you can hear and see and be assured that it is water tight, a cap lanyard so that you won’t drop or lose the cap, soft fabric-lined exterior pocket to prevent abrasion with your leg, and it has a generously-sized opening of about 3.25″ (83mm) that should fit most phones such as the GALAXY S4 (but probably not the Note II as it would be too tight a fit which can be difficult to retrieve). in short (no pun intended), you no longer have to keep your small electronics away from you while you are enjoying your outdoor activities. Super Soaker war? no problem at all. the Stash Waterproof Pocket Shorts is now on Kickstarter and you can secure yours with a pledge of $69 or more. as always, your pre-order will only be fulfilled if the project funding goal is met. speaking of which, a goal of 135 grand is kind of a long shot, isn’t it?

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