Salt Lake City, UT, November 15, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- ColcaSac, a manufacturer of eco-friendly sleeves for Apple and Kindle, now has iPad Mini sleeves available for sale on its shop.
Unlike most iPad Mini cases and covers out in the market, ColcaSac iPad Mini sleeves are smartly designed to provide maximum protection for the iPad Mini while conserving the environment. Each sleeve is handcrafted from natural, heavy-duty materials such as hemp basket weave, woven bamboo, jute burlap and recycled polyester fleece.
The iPad Mini sleeves from ColcaSac features a double layer of protection in a snug design that is both comfortable and secure to hold. First is an outer layer of breathable canvas (hemp, bamboo or burlap) that provides an organic durable exterior. Then, a plush fleece lining that offers a great cushion from bumps and dings. It also cleans the iPad Mini's surface and gives it a glossy finish each and every time it is taken out of the sleeve.
ColcaSac's iPad Mini sleeves come in two sizes: One for using the iPad Mini naked, and another one for using the iPad Mini with an Apple Smart Cover. And there are five stylish designs to choose from: Uintah, Zagora, Hanakapiai, Juan Valdez and Chevron.
ColcaSac had been producing iPad sleeves since the first generation iPad and cited in New York Times. It received props for its unique design in Mashable, Tuaw, MacTrast and TheiPadFan. Shop now at ColcaSac.com and get an eco-friendly sleeve for your iPad mini.
ColcaSac is a Salt Lake City-based company that specializes in making sleeves specifically for Apple computer notebooks. Because of the high demand for PC laptop sleeves, ColcaSac began producing custom sleeves upon request in 2007. Jared Rasmussen, the founder of ColcaSac, attended college at BYU Hawaii and a lot of the inspiration for the design and style of the sleeves are from the Hawaiian landscape. As a company, ColcaSac supports a clean environment. Materials used to produce ColcaSac sleeves are from Mexico, China and the US while all of the sleeves are made in the USA.