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iPod case made from space parachute available

pic Everquest Design has announced the release of a new iPod case made out of a unique material. The International Space Station Soyuz TMA-3 Series iPod case is built with a piece of space shuttle landing parachute. The $25 case features a black Cordura nylon exterior, soft black cotton-nylon lining, Velcro top closure, and attaches to any shoulder strap or belt.

“It’s all about having a cool and unique bag with a story—a ‘piece of adventure’ made with famous materials,” the company said. “All our products are made with high quality material and are authenticated with a certificate from actual participants in the ‘adventure’ (Russian cosmonaut, Mt Everest sherpa, etc.).”

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This is weird as hell.  I could make a case out of pig intestine, but what’s the point?

For the record, Soyuz is not the Space Shuttle.  It’s important not to confuse those two.

Posted by Buttercup on February 4, 2005 at 10:18 AM (CST)


its like cutting up the bed sheets that a pop star slept in into 1in squar peices. then selling them for 100 bucks!

Posted by Smorzander on February 5, 2005 at 4:13 AM (CST)


What is the significance of this case, other than that it is a “piece of history”? Does it even protect your iPod? There should be a review.

Posted by punkrockavocado on February 5, 2005 at 3:11 PM (CST)


umm i believe the word for this is LAME.

Posted by b6662966 on February 6, 2005 at 10:51 AM (CST)

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