zippered


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zip·pered

 (zĭp′ərd)
adj.
1. Having or equipped with zippers or a zipper: a coat with zippered pockets.
2. Closed or fastened with or as if with a zipper.

zippered

(ˈzɪpəd)
adj
provided or fastened with a zip
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It has an attached hood, two zippered handwarmer pockets, one zippered chest pocket, and a license loop in back.
Each bag is compartmentalized into two zippered pouches to keep items separated, yet together for easy access.
Designed to be worn on the belt or over the shoulder with the detachable shoulder strap, the Avenger Concealment Pack has a large main zippered compartment with an adjustable holster to fit most handguns.
Measuring 15-1/2 inches x 9 inches when fully open, the outer bag showcases a protected brush holder and a zippered mesh compartment.
Using a proprietary resin blend and new film coatings, the new zipper can be adhered to packaging film at temperatures up to 20[degrees]F lower than required for traditional zippered packaging.
The pullover ($29) features a half zipper, zippered front pockets, and an elastic drawstring at the waist.
The pants have a built-in belt and zippered legs to fit over boots.
Reclosable packaging, using a zippered closure, has become very popular among consumers.
It has a roomy zippered main storage compartment, zippered front pocket and a pocket on each end for a cell phone and sunglasses.
The easy-to-sew zippered pockets pictured here will keep important property secured to your body during the confusion of traveling.