What you need to know
- Nomad has announced its new iPhone 11 cases.
- Along with its trio of Rugged, Folio and Tri Folio Cases, Nomad also has a new Active Leather Rugged Case.
- The new cases are now available for all three iPhone 11 models.
With Apple unveiling its new iPhone lineup, it's probably a good time to start checking out some cases for it. Nomad has answered the call with its new Rugged Cases that will protect the glass-laden iPhones.
Nomad is best known making some impressively rugged products. The new cases continue that legacy with a sturdy TPU bumper that covers the entirety of the iPhone frame. These cases are built to withstand drops up to six feet.
The cases will be available in three trims: Rugged, Folio and Tri Folio for all three new iPhones. The Rugged Case is a traditional case with a slim profile; the Folio Case adds a leather folio that stores three card slots plus a pocket for cash; and the Tri Folio Case comes with four card slots and two cash slots.
This year, however, Nomad is adding a new case called the Active Leather Rugged Case. It offers the same benefits as the standard rugged cases but is meant for a more rugged existence with its TPU Bumper and Heinen Leather that is waterproof. Nomad says it has tested the case under tough circumstances (running marathons, surf trips, etc.) and it's held up nicely. It is available for $44.95 in two colors: black and mocha brown.
All four new cases are now available for every iPhone 11 model through Nomad's site.
Nomad's new Rugged Case is a perfect option to protect the new iPhone 11. It is mostly made out of glass, which makes it really brittle. So why not put it in a case that protects from drops up to six feet and offers a nice Horween leather finish.
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