Another Kickstarter project we’ve noticed today is called “Flowfold iPad 2 Sleeve.” As the name suggests, Flowfold is a sleeve-case for the iPad 2: the case is sleek, stylish and – oh, did we mention it’s made out of old sailcloth and recycled plastic?
The case, which is designed by Charles Friedman, can be yours for $25 or more. As outlined over at the product’s Kickstarter webpage:
The outer layer of the sleeve is made from reclaimed composite sailcloth. These cloths are composed of Carbon Fiber, Kevlar, Pentex or Polyester matrixes sandwiched between Mylar films. They are the toughest, lightest and most resilient wallets in the world due to their high tensile strength to weight ratios and ideal modulus of elasticities. The inner padding layer of the sleeve is made from a 3mm thick 100% post consumer recycled plastic bottle felt.
Below, we’ve included a few images of the product. Personally, I think the Flowfold looks quite nice, and for $25 it’s not overly expensive. For more information, including the option of backing the project and purchasing your own Flowfold, head over to Kickstarter.