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These iPhone 8 Plus and 7 Plus Cases are Made Out of Actual Body Armor

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If you’re one of the millions of people who made the switch to the iPhone 8 this fall, make sure to keep your new, mostly-glass phone safe and protected from damage. Boy Genius Report found an interesting iPhone case for those who take protecting their device very seriously. Find out more about this bullet-proof phone case from BGR and shop below:

From BGR:
If you’re looking for an iPhone case that offers top-notch protection but still looks sleek and stylish, you’ve come to the right place. The PITAKA Aramid Fiber iPhone 7/8 Plus Case is made out of actual body armor material, so you know it can take a beating with no problem whatsoever. It also comes in a variety of different woven patterns for an awesome look, and our favorite is definitely the carbon fiber black and gray pattern. Do yourself a favor and check it out.

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These cases are slim and sleek, designed with a  “Body Armor Grade” protective material, made possible by Aramid Fiber. Aramid fiber is the same material used in body armor, spacecraft, jet engines, and Formula 1 Race cars. Despite it’s durable design, it’s thinner than the width of a dime, allowing for an “almost naked,” look.

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It’s also equipped with a soft 3D-grip touch. It almost clings to your hand without feeling sticky, preventing drops and slips and shielding your phone from scratches. Each case has a protective three-layer coating and manual polishing, so you can feel confident carrying your phone in purse or pocket along with keys and coins.

  

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