New Straitjacket Case For iPhone Fuses Hard Plastic With Silky Silicone [CES 2014] | Cult of Mac

New Straitjacket Case For iPhone Fuses Hard Plastic With Silky Silicone [CES 2014]



Cult _of_Mac_CES_2014_80x80Loop Attachment, the company behind the awesome Mummy cases for iOS devices, is at CES in Las Vegas this week showing off its latest product for the iPhone. It’s called the Straitjacket, and it fuses a hard plastic bumper with the silky smooth silicone that Loop Attachment is famous for.

The result is a minimalist case that’s protective without being too big or too bulky. It carries the Mummy’s trademark design, which aims to showcase your iPhone’s beautiful aluminum casing, and it provides complete access to all of your handset’s buttons, ports, and cameras.

The Straitjacket also holds a credit card, so you can slip your favorite piece of plastic in the back and not have to worry about carrying a wallet.

“The Straitjacket represents the next step in the evolution of our design language,” said Christopher Peterson, Chief Creative Officer of Loop Attachment. “The driving design intent of the case was to balance the common conviction for slim, space-saving design with the desire for tasteful expression.”

The Straitjacket will be available to order from Loop Attachment’s online store in late January. Pricing is yet to be confirmed.

Source: Loop Attachment


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