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A side pocket with a vertical opening.
- ‘The incredibly roomy interior has a zippered pocket and a slit pocket that runs the entire length of the bag.’
- ‘Inside chest pockets and outside slit pockets with stars top off this awesome jacket.’
- ‘On the back is a slit pocket for cell phone.’
- ‘It also has peaked cuffs, and reinforced armpits, inside breast slit pocket and a full cotton liner.’
- ‘These slacks have a fly front zipper closing, belt loops, two slit pockets and one back pocket.’
- ‘It's extremely thick and features satin a shoulder liner, 50s slit pocket, and ultra cool art deco chrome buttons.’
- ‘The coat or tunic has an inside breast slit pocket and is lined in Khaki cotton drill liner.’
- ‘The coat has long sleeves, two side slit pockets at front, hook and eye closure at front.’
- ‘It has a six piece fitted short body, two piece sleeve construction, with one interior slit pocket and one exterior welt pocket.’
- ‘Adam slipped two fingers into the little slit pocket behind his pants belt and pulled out his old, battered watch.’
- ‘It is required to be double-bosomed so that it becomes a slit pocket when the flap is inserted into the pocket.’
- ‘This jacket has conchos, fringe, a shirt collar, slit pockets, and a zip out liner with lambskin touch.’
- ‘The mandarin collar button front four slit pocket jacket with low rise plain front boot leg slacks give a trend setting dressed look to the modern woman’
- ‘There is one slit pocket on the chest.’
- ‘Done with a warm alpaca and wool blend, it's gorgeous with diagonal slit pockets, a back kick pleat, and a full lining.’
- ‘It has chest pockets with pen slit pocket on left chest pocket, adjustable fit tabs at back for slimmer fit, beautiful tonal leaf stitch embroidery at back.’
- ‘The third type of pocket, namely, is the welt, or slit pocket.’
- ‘I had steered away from pants and shorts with pockets so I wouldn't hook my thumbs with my arm motion, but have had no snags with the slit pockets on this design.’
- ‘Also, with so many blazers having flap pockets at the sides, is there a way to remove the flap part and just have a regular slit pocket?’
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