Jackets and shirts that are decked out to house and power up your gadgets have become increasingly popular, but what about geek apparel with enough pockets to house your devices? The Personal Area Network Microfleece Pullover has five pockets, including a specially designed chest pocket with a ZIP-PIP for sunglasses and "back-up," patent-pending magnetic closures. The pullover also features the patented Personal Area Network (PAN), a detachable key chain, an epaulet to attach devices, like walkie-talkies, ventilation eyelets and an adjustable waist cord. It costs $59.99. I can't imagine why anyone would consider it "geeky," because the pockets and features are hidden, but then again, not everyone is willing to spring for a shirt that has the name "Personal Area Network" in it. Would you wear it?