The Woodchuck Tribal Edition Cases are Naturally Exotic

By: Meghan Young - Published: Aug 14, 2013 • References: woodchuckcase & coolhunting
Part of the tech case brand's Adventure Series, the Woodchuck Tribal Edition Cases are certainly exotic. As its name suggests, it is inspired by traditional tribal patterns, in this case they take on a relatively geometric aesthetic. Formed out of small repeating squares in different shades, it is the perfect pattern for the wooden material the brand is known for.

Interestingly, the Woodchuck Tribal Edition Cases doesn't use actual wood. Instead, they are stick-ons that are pretty realistic. As for the case on a whole, Kevin Groenjes, Vice President at Woodchuck, reveals, "We chose to go with the full case because our fans have asked for something more protective, and we are able to extend the design to the sides of the phone cases, whereas with the skin, we're limited to just the front and the back." Stats for Geometrically Patterned iPhone Cases Trending: Older & Mild
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