Geek Couture – The Ultimate Geek Clothing Collection

You’re a geek and you are proud of it, now it’s time to show the world through your unique sense of style. Here is a collection of clothing that will make you stand out in the crowd even amongst the most hardcore of geeks.

Pong Dress

The Pong Dress uses NES controllers that allow two people to play Pong right on the dress. The display on the Pong dress is a red and green 5×7 LED screen which also displays the score right on the chest. Retro gaming does not get any better than this.
[via Shiny Shiny]

NES Buckle

NES Buckle

One look at the picture above and you know that the NES buckle easily makes this list.

The NES ADVANTAGE Belt Buckle is the ultimate gamers belt buckle. Yes, it’s actually a belt buckle and it will actually hold up your pants. Watch your friends in awe as you enter your next LAN party. No, forget LAN party, wear this bad boy at your next Wii Tennis match. Together, you will bring your opponents to their knees.


Privacy Scarf

privacy scarf

Sometimes you just want a little privacy to view your “personal material.”


walit illuminating wallet
The Walit uses an electroluminescent strip on the inside of the wallet”s large pocket making it easier to find all that cash you made off your latest web 2.0 project. The wallet is powered by 4 replaceable watch batteries and is made out of “sexy” leather.

Scrolling LED Watch

When it comes to geeky watches, the main criteria is the same we use for RAM , the larger, the better. The Galaxy Programmable LED watch is the epitome of all thinks geeky. Besides doing all the normal stuff like telling time, the 21 x 7 dot matrix display allows you to scroll your own messages up to 121 characters. Video of watch in action.

Price: red ($169), blue ($199) and orange ($159)

No contact Jacket

no contact jacket

When the No-Contact Jacket is activated by the wearer, 80,000 volts of low amperage electric current pulses just below the surface shell of the entire jacket.

This exo-electric armor prevents any person from unauthorized contact with the wearer’s body. If an assailant were to grab hold of the wearer the high voltage exterior would interrupt their neurological impulses which control voluntary muscle movement. The neuromuscular system would be overwhelmed causing disorientation and loss of balance to occur and of course pain. The pain experienced is non-lethal but is enough to effectively and immediately deter contact with the wearer and provide a critical life saving opportunity for escape.

[via Popgadget]

Lego Cufflinks

lego cufflinks

No true geek list would be complete without something Lego. While the Forever Young Cufflinks are not true Lego pieces, the Lego-esque cufflinks will add the right flare to any shirt. Combine it with a Lego belt, and you are ready to go clubbing.


USB Shirt

usb shirt

Working on a computer all day can get you hot and bothered under the collar. You want to ensure that when that special lady walks by that you look as cool as a cucumber. The
USB (or AA) powered shirts have built-in fans that supposedly “draw in a large amount of air which helps to vaporize thus dissipating sweat and bringing down the wearers body temperature”.

Pong Hat

pong hat
Winter is a long dull season and the best way of passing time is by playing Pong on this great DIY hat.
[via Make]

Underwear For Him
nintendo underwear
Prce: $12


Underwear For Her
HTTP Panties

Cell Phone Shoe Charger

cell phone shoe charger

It may not be the most aesthetically pleasing pair of shoes around but being able to charge your cell phones while you are walking makes it very cool.

It works by having a dynamo attached to the base of the shoe which converts energy generated while walking into electric energy. With the help of bridge rectifier it converts AC into DC current which is able to produce five to six volts of electricity, enough to charge a mobile phone.

Built-In Cell Phone Lederhosen

cell phone lederhosen

With the Built in cell phone lederhosen, you will never have to wear your Bluetooh headset to Oktoberfest again.

Show Your Emotions

Wear Your Emotions On Your Sleeve
MoBeeline lets two people send feelings and emotions via SMS to a wearable Bluetooth accessory. :-)

A mobile phone user can modify the colors of another user’s garment according to the emotion he/she wants to convey or send emoticons to LEDs on the recipient”s garment. We”re not sure why one couldn”t just send a text message letting the recipient know how one feels, or better yet, call them on one”s mobile phone. But we”re just a couple of gear geeks — what do we know about feelings?


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