This article was published on November 23rd, 2020
The latest iPhone 12 carries a price tag of almost $1000. The basic iPhone clocks well north of $600. It’s a big investment, and your iPhone isn’t just a phone or brand; it’s a lifestyle.
If you invest that much into having a top-of-the-line smartphone, you need to take all the extra measures to protect it. Luckily for you, Nomad offers beautiful, rich, and rugged iPhone cases – for all budgets too. They come in various styles with their material – Horween leather gets a great luxurious patina over time.
Nomad designed these cases for functionality, making them stylish and durable tools for the modern nomad. And haven’t we all become “mini-nomads” this year, working from home or the road. Indeed, whether you’re touring a new destination (Banff’s amazing this time of the year) or hiking your local, national park to beat pandemic blues, these cases come in handy and get the job done – protecting your precious device.
Nomad iPhone cases are unique
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, as a famous saying goes. Well, in this case, a high value for your hard-earned buck.
Nomad makes iPhone cases to last. The rugged design looks classy and minimalist, but it has durability baked right in. For instance, most cases come with a full rubber frame and wrap-around TPE bumper that protects your phone while giving you clear views of the screen.
Also, Nomad makes the iPhone cases from the best leather, sourced from renowned Horween Leather Co. of Chicago – one of America’s oldest tanneries.
To get the best results, Horween uses vegetable-tanning to treat their leather. As a result, your case gets a nice patina over time, developing your unique, exclusive look. Indeed, over the first few months, your phone case weathers but does not wear out. Instead, it develops a dark, handsome, and rich character unique to you.
Some cases come with a 6ft or 10ft-drop protection, keeping your phone safe when it accidentally drops. For instance, newer cases feature a full 360-degree exterior TPU bumper and an internal shock absorption bumper to minimize your iPhone’s damage from the occasional tumbles.
Protecting your devices
If you ever dropped your phone, or worse, lost it, then you understand the trauma. You go through all the stages of grief in split-seconds, culminating in the dreadful feeling in the pit of your stomach that it’s going to cost you. It sucks.
Luckily, you can minimize or prevent most of that by investing in a quality iPhone case.
Here’s the thing, with a Nomad iPhone case, you’re not only protecting your phone from cracking but also getting a stylish accessory to compliment your style. And let’s face it, gay men are among the most stylish people on the planet.
The Nomad Collection
All the cases and other products come in two main colors, black and brown. They are made from stylish premium material that will last you past your current device. The cases are also fully compatible with a majority of Qi wireless chargers.
Surprisingly, these cases are pretty thin, offering a seamless experience when using your iPhone.
The cases are available for all iPhones and pads, including iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12, and its mini counterpart. The iPad Pro 12.9-inch tab, the 11-inch. iPhone 11’s and various cases for AirPod Pro and the regular AirPods. There’s even a case for the Pixel 3/3 XL.
Coming in all standard sizes and folios and given Nomad’s extensive selection of leather wallets, watch straps, among others, you’re guaranteed to find excellent gifts for loved ones for Christmas and the holidays.
Get yours Nomad iPhone cases and Apple accessories today. There are plenty of great holiday shopping deals on Nomad products across the various collections – up to 70% off!
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