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The Google-Levi’s ‘Smart Jacket’ Is Finally Dropping This Fall

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Starting this fall, you can swipe your sleeve to control your electronics.

If you’re willing to pay roughly $350 for the luxury, that is. That’s according to an announcement from Levi’s and Google’s ATAP division during the SXSW Festival in Austin, as reported by The Verge. The product, called the Levi’s Commuter Trucker Jacket, was first announced back in May as a collaboration between Levi’s and Google’s ATAP. Users can swipe their sleeve to control their music or answer phone calls. The jacket is also expected to be waterproof and machine-washable.

Previously, the team expected to release the jacket in the spring.