Plastics News: Nike debuts TPU iPhone covers

Posted on May 18th, 2017 by plasticycle

May 17, 2017
Simon Robinson

 

Sports giant Nike Inc. is about to make it possible for sneaker collectors to match their iPhone covers to their favorite shoes.

The Beaverton, Ore.-based company is releasing a series of iPhone 7 cases made of thermoplastic polyurethane which match the tread of some of its iconic shoes.

The first covers, based on the Roshe line of sneakers, which Nike says provides “premium comfort between workouts” already are on sale. In fact the red cover is listed as sold out on Nike’s website.

Coming soon is the Nike Air Force 1 case. The Air Force 1 case will only be available in blue an and features deep ridges found on the tread of the eponymous footwear. The Roshe case is available in crimson and mint green and has the same waffle pattern found on the firm’s running shoes.

So far, the coves are available only for the iPhone 7. No word if it will be made for other phone sizes.

 

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