Traditional clothes makers, Pink, have a new shirt for commuters concerned at the spate of iPod and phone thefts, called, oddly enough, the Pink Commuter.

The new shirt has been tailored to conceal an iPod and a London Underground Oyster Card (or credit card), leaving hands free for newspapers and last minute lattes.

The garment has been created using crease-resistant material, so it stays in shape during the day, PocketLint reports.

The concealed front iPod pocket has a velcro fastening. The shirt also has routing for an iPod's headphone cables built-in, while the cuff hides a pocket that will safely conceal an Oyster Card.

The shirt will be available in white or blue and ships next month. It costs £65, Pink confirmed to Macworld this morning.