Urban Armor Gear Protective Phone Case

Mar 2, 2016

Category: Gear

Protect your smartphone and your identity with the Urban Armor Gear Card Case. UAG’s products meet military drop-test standards which shield your phone against drops, bumps, tumbles or any other inadvertent smartphone-killing movements. Each case offers 360 Degree protection from a soft rubberized screen and rear skin pads that surround the phone. Also, oversized tactical buttons, ports and a modest design allow for easy access with a clean appearance.

Now for those looking to lighten their load and potentially part ways with the bulky wallet, each UAG Case comes equipped with a swinging back door opening up to a cutout that fits up to four cards. There’s most likely enough space for a bit of carrying cash as well. Available for iPhone models ($40+) and the Samsung S7 ($54+).[Purchase]

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