Network Security

Jeans and blazers will feature RFID blocking fabric

A notable security firm has teamed up with a clothing brand to produce jeans and blazers that add an additional layer of security to your mobile device data.

The partnership between security firm Norton and clothing designer Betabrand has resulted in the production of men's jeans and a women's blazer that feature radio frequency identification (RFID) blocking material that's used in pocket lining, according to the crowdfunding page for the pants.

READY Active Jeans will feature the lining on both a front and back pocket, can be washed like any other jeans and will retail for $198. The Work-It Blazer only has one RFID lined pocket and will retail for $198.

The jeans have already met their crowdfunding goals with 19 days to spare, however, the blazer is still far from its target with the same amount of time left.

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