Superfly Cables

Mar 25, 2015

Category: Tech

If you’re the kind of guy who throws his chewed-up gum behind his back into the trash can just because you need that extra flair in your life, Superfly Cables might be for you.

Superfly Cables are MFI certified and approved Lightning cables for all versions of iOS, bringing extra style and durability in the process. They feature a rubber core that gets layered with a durable fabric outer casing that’s tightly braided over the inner layer. Aluminum metal shell connectors seal the deal by protecting the cable’s connection to your device. And then there’s the pizazz. Choose from Midnight Gold, New Tribe, Punk Love, or Robinhood, and put your black & white-corded friends to utter shame. The Midnight Gold is $24.95, while the others are $19.95. [Purchase]

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