I honestly never thought I would be wearing a phone holster, let alone designing one. Phone holsters were the fanny pack of cell phone accessories, reminding me of stuffy business men carrying around their bulky Palm Pilots in a bulky holster that was clipped onto the front of their belt. As phones got smarter, so did I. I began to see the value in having my phone readily accessible, since I'm always using it for work and to stay connected, often while cycling. Like the fanny pack, the phone holster is a very useful tool; it just needed a redesign. That's where I come in.
As I cycled around town, I noticed how awkward it was to keep sticking my hand in my pockets when I wanted to check a map or answer a text at a red light. This appeared to be a common problem: people fishing around in the pocket of their skinny jeans for their phone and having to take it out of their pocket in order to sit down - or accidentally sitting on it!
The design leaves the headphone jack accessible so that you can listen to music, use GPS while biking, or talk on the phone handsfree with microphone headphones. The slim leather holster slides onto your belt, so you can position it anywhere for comfort or accessibility, while keeping as close to the body and belt as possible to reduce any bulk. We made a lot of prototypes over the last 6 months, and we are proud to say that this is the slimmest, most minimal phone holster that wins mega style points.
Modern society is one of hyper-connection, and no longer are those stuffy businessmen the only ones constantly on their phones, it's all of us. We're walking around with mini computers in our pockets, capable of connecting with anyone on the planet instantaneously and accessing unbelievable amounts of information with a few taps of our fingers. The iPhone Holster removes the awkward fumbling for your phone, and makes staying connected readily accessible.
As phones get bigger and pants get slimmer, some people were really disappointed when they discovered that the iPhone 6 was bending in their pockets, or creating the iPhone 6 Bulge. Baggy jeans aren't going to be back in style any time soon (thankfully!) and a guy (or gal) has got to keep his phone handy. So how do we solve this tricky problem? Stick that iPhone in a holster and hang it off your belt, cowboy style.
The iPhone 6 Holster is slim and minimal, so it doesn't stick out like the phone holsters of yesteryear. The vegetable tan leather takes the shape of your iPhone as it ages so it's always a perfect fit, and best of all, it frees up a bunch of pocket space and your phone is no longer hanging out with keys and coins, potentially getting scratched or bent. The design leaves the headphone jack accessible so that you can listen to music, use GPS while biking, or talk on the phone hands free with microphone headphones. The slim leather holster slides onto your belt, so you can position it anywhere for comfort or accessibility, while keeping as close to the body and belt as possible to reduce any bulk.
We've been testing the iPhone 5 Holster for a year and a half, and everyone who grabs one totally loves it. The phone is always readily accessible and I can't even believe how many times it has saved me from putting my phone down somewhere and forgetting where it was. Certain useful tools can get a bad reputation due to poor design (fanny pack, anyone?). I never thought I would be wearing a phone holster, but now that I made one that suits my design sensibility, I use it every day.
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