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Japanese suede, inden iPod nano cases released

imageMercury Software has announced the release of four new iPod nano cases in its iTabi line. The new case are crafted from suede and Japanese inden, the preferred body armor of the 17th century samurai. The iTabi cases include: embroidered pink cherry blossoms (sakura) on black Japanese suede ($30); embroidered gold cherry blossoms (sakura) on black suede ($30); Japanese leather with dragonfly (tombo) lacquer (urushi) motif ($40); and leather with cherry blossom (sakura) lacquer (urushi) motif ($40).

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THE nicest cases I have ever seen. Must buy one for girlfriend. And if they weren’t bags I’d get one for myself too.

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Can you use the ipod without taking it out of the bag-like cases?

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