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Steve Jobs was known for a lot of things, including inventing the iPhone and leading Apple.
But during the later years of his life, he was also known for wearing the same outfit nearly every single day.
You can see it in the video of the iPhone’s launch. Jobs is wearing his “uniform” – a pair of blue Levi jeans, grey New Balance sneakers, and a black mock turtleneck.
Those turtlenecks were designed by Issey Miyake, who retired the item from his clothing line after Jobs died in 2011.
But next month, Issey Miyake Inc, Miyake’s clothing brand, is launching a new black mock turtleneck that will remind a lot of Apple fans of Jobs, Bloomberg reports.
Want a turtleneck worthy of a billionaire tech CEO? The “Semi-Dull T” will cost you $270, according to Bloomberg.
The garment is not a reissue, the company told Bloomberg. It’s designed by a different person, and it has a slimmer profile. And its fabric is made out of a polyester-cotton blend.
But it’s still a new black mock turtleneck from the company that’s famous for outfitting Steve Jobs. Some Apple fans may even want to line up to get one in the same way they’d queue up for a new iPhone.
You can see additional details about the new sweater over at Bloomberg Businessweek.