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SCOTT JORDAN: The Trip of My Life

About ten years ago, I created SCOTTEVEST®/SeV to solve a very common problem: I needed a way to carry and organize all my gadgets and gear without a "man-purse." Now with inspiration from our loyal customers, I find myself RE-inventing SCOTTEVEST as the world's best travel clothing company. It turns out that it's not really much of a stretch; our customers have been wearing SeV for travel from the very beginning.

Our re-invention started when we asked our customers to submit photos of themselves wearing our products for the new catalog. I was amazed by the thousands of photos we received, showing you wearing our clothes all over the world.

Your emails told us you traveled with everything you needed on you at all times, safely and securely stowed in SeV's multitude of hidden pockets. Even with your pockets loaded, you looked fabulous.

You also told us that SeV made your travels easier by simplifying airport check-in/security, saving extra baggage fees, and having an easy and secure way to organize and carry all of your necessities. Women reported that they left their purses at home, and guys no longer needed a fanny pack or the infamous man-purse.

Since SeV was formed in 2000, I have struggled to come up with a slogan that captured the essence of SCOTTEVEST, and suddenly it was staring me in the face: For the Trip of Your Life! After all, life is a journey and you should be able to take your stuff with you, whether you're going to China or the grocery store.

Please enjoy your photos and photos of my family and me on our website. And, thank you for giving me The Trip of MY Life!

Warmest Regards,
Scott E. Jordan
Scott Jordan, CEO and Founder

Scott Jordan in Fortune
"Imagine Giorgio Armani and Bill Gates stranded on a desert island and you’ll have a good idea of what SeV has to offer."

Business Week
"There’s finally a way to carry all your gadgets stylishly."

Scott Jordan in the New York Times
"Who has enough pockets?"

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