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Sumo Cases offers new gear for iPod nano, 5G iPod


Sumo Cases has provided iLounge with an exclusive look at its new leather cases for the recently introduced iPod nano and fifth-generation iPod. Pricing and availability were not announced.

imageNano Flip Case
The Nano Flip Case features leather construction, a flip-top front cover, and a soft interior. The case provides access to the dock connector and headphone jack, and comes with a removable wrist strap. It’s available in black and red.

imageNano Stripe Case
Sumo’s Nano Stripe Case is made from molded leather over eva foam for better protection, and sports a contrasting white stripe. Also available in black and red, it features a front face cover, access to all ports, and a removable wrist strap.

imageiPod Ballistic/Leather Case
The Ballistic/Leather Case for Apple’s new fifth-generation iPod features premium leather and ballistic nylon construction, a horizontal mounted belt clip, and access to all controls and ports when open. It’s available in black.

iPod Stripe Case
Sumo’s new iPod Stripe Case, also made from premium leather with a contrasting stripe, features a horizontal mounted belt clip, and access to all controls and ports when open. The Stripe Case is available in a sleek black-and-white design.

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I think the vPod cases look pretty good and I like that it has a horizontal belt clip. Wish I could see some pictures of the clip. Their web site is not updated with these cases yet.

Posted by SteveJ on October 19, 2005 at 11:34 AM (CDT)


How many more namby pamby make-up-purse cases do we have to see before someone gets with the program and releases a decent water / drop resistant sports case?

Posted by aconcernedviewer on October 19, 2005 at 7:51 PM (CDT)


I just returned my InCase leather case (the one for the 5g with the plastic screen protector and hard frosted plastic wheel protector) for this, and I’m very happy with it. The leather is very soft and much higher quality, and as far as I’m concerned, it has the perfect blend of access and protection.

If you are going to spend the money on buying the world’s sharpest 2.5 inch LCD screen, you shouldn’t be looking at it through a cheap plastic window. Also the wheel loses a lot of sensitivity with that wheel protector, rendering many functions like playing games on it impossible.

This case has the right idea, naked access to your iPod’s screen and wheel when open, and 100% coverage when closed.

Posted by Bobby Dragulescu on December 3, 2005 at 1:18 AM (CST)


Where can i buy the iPod Ballistic/Leather Case?

Posted by Brock Cameron on December 26, 2005 at 5:36 PM (CST)


comp usa

Posted by softshells on December 28, 2005 at 3:53 AM (CST)

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