It’s been years in the making, but Project Jacquard’s first product is ready for retail.
The Levi’s Commuter Trucker Jacket, built with Jacquard by Google, will go on sale Wednesday for $350.
The jacket, made with denim woven with conductive yarns that communicates with mobile phones, will be available exclusively at Fred Segal in Santa Monica, Calif., Kinfolk in Brooklyn and Concepts in Boston.
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