The proliferation of the iPhone means two things for individuality: on the one hand, you're more likely to have the same phone as everyone else, but the standardization also means more customization. With so many people using the same devices, there are more personalization options out there. And that principally comes down to cases. Griffin Technology offers two particularly enticing collections of iPhone cases that just might do the trick for those looking to make their devices stand out in the crowd.
For those enamored of the old school, down-south aesthetic, there's the Col. Littleton collection. Not far from Griffin's Nashville headquarters down in Lynnville, Tennessee, the Col. Littleton workshop has been crafting artisan fine leather bags and other accoutrements for 23 years. The collaboration between Griffin and Littleton includes holsters, sleeves, portfolios and satchels designed to accommodate the iPhone and iPad. Prices range from $65 for the No. 46 iPhone holster to $778.50 for the No. 42 courier bag for the iPad.
The Otis James collection, meanwhile, adopts another style altogether. Crafted in collaboration with a label known for its ties and hats, the collection consists of sleeves for the iPhone, handmade out of a wool-silk blend with an organic hemp-cotton lining to coddle your gadget. The sleeves are offered in a range of plaid patterns and priced at $75.
Between these two collections, there's plenty to love. But for those who have a different sense of style but still love their connected devices, Griffin offers a full range of cases and accessories for the iPhone, iPod, iPad, Amazon Kindle and various Android devices.