Electronic lederhosen showcased at IFA

Lodenfrey's fancy lederhosen have integrated iPod controls under the left pocket.

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Crave UK has a great photo gallery of the top tech spotted at IFA 2007 in Berlin, but these suede iLederhosen somehow didn't make the cut.

The lederhosen, which have integrated iPod controls under the left pocket, put the funk in Internationale Funkausstellung.

The Bavarian-style pantaloons, first seen at this year's CeBit, are made by German clothing stalwart Lodenfrey. Lodenfrey has been making haute fashions since 1842, but they've only been making electro-lederhosen since last July.

[Via Gizmodo]

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