The Mujjo Low-key Sleeves collection | ITSLIQUID

The Mujjo Low-key Sleeves collection

Design | May 16, 2014 |

MujjoiPad Envelope Sleevs

The Mujjo Low-key Sleeves collection

Mujjo is a Dutch company who makes leather/felt cases for Apple devices. It started out making knitted winter gloves that work on touchscreens. These gloves turned out to be a great success and have been featured in major publications around the globe. In the spring of 2012, Mujjo announced its first collection of sleeves for apple devices, featuring a unique combination of wool felt and high quality leather. The brand has grown fast, and continues to evolve, but Mujjo’s passion for making good products even goes beyond the desire of keeping clients and reputation.

MujjoiPhone 5s leather wallet case

The Low-key collection, derived from the adjective low·key (synonyms: understated, restrained), takes Mujjo sleeves to a new level, reworking every part of the design process from the ground up. Restrained in style and quality, the collections’ observably masculine character embodies well-considered materials in uniform dark tones, with few areas of contrast intensifying the understated design. The contrasting textures create tension by highlighting the slant and sleek lines while uniform dark tones amplify harmony.

MujjoSlim Fit iPhone 5s wallet

Mujjo says it has designed every sleeve from the ground up, with every component and piece of material developed by the company itself, in conjunction with the manufacturer. “We spent months perfecting our leather, and managed to find ways to make it more durable, denser, and soft to touch”, explains Mujjo co-founder Tom Canters. “We also focused on its character. The leather wears in with use and acquires beautiful patina and polish over time”.

MujjoDouble-Layered Touchscreen Gloves

Mujjo has recently released another new line: the Slim Fit sleeves, specifically designed for iPhone 5s, iPad mini and iPad Air. Cleverly cut out of one single piece of full-grain vegetable-tanned leather, these sleeves create a slim and secure space for your device with an integrated pocket in just one stitch. Marked by a slant line, a integrated pocket enables you to conveniently store a few essentials. It’s incredibly simple, functional, and remarkably elegant.

MujjoSlim Fit iPad mini Sleeve

Another new design is the leather iPhone 5s wallet case, designed to eliminate bulky pockets and fat wallets, lined with suede made from the underside of our vegetable-tanned leather. They’ve designed the iPhone 5s wallet case as slim as possible, just the right size to fit your iPhone plus some cards. This sleek package with a leather card holding slot on the back of the case allows you to conveniently store a few bank or ID cards and some cash for quick access.

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