Yes, you're reading that correctly. The Levi's x Google Jacquard Commuter Trucker Jacket was developed by the two Bay Area titans as part of a Google initiative called Project Jacquard that aims to create smart clothing. It does so by weaving conductive yarns into normal fabrics, creating a surface that recognizes touches and gestures yet looks and feels like regular clothes. This jacket will be the first commercial product to emerge from the partnership, a biking-friendly affair that will let you safely and quickly do things like handle incoming calls, adjust volume, and bring up navigation info. It talks to your phone over Bluetooth, with a little electronic loop on the cuff that can be removed when it's time to throw the jacket in the washer, and should start arriving in stores next year.