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LifeProof Announces fre with Realtree Camo for iPhone 5 & iPhone 5s at CES 2014

- Award-winning waterproof case now with top-selling camo patterns -

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LifeProof®, the award-winning maker of waterproof solutions for handheld technology, is taking smartphone protection to the next level at CES 2014 with the addition of Realtree® camouflage patterns to its arsenal of fre® for iPhone® 5 and iPhone 5s cases.

 

Realtree Max-5 camouflage pattern for LifeProof fre for iPhone 5 & iPhone 5s

 

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LifeProof will offer the fre for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s with Realtree camo in AP Pink, Max-5, Xtra® and Xtra Green patterns. These top outdoor styles will be on display at the LifeProof booth, No. 4427, in the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall during CES 2014.

"LifeProof is excited to expand the Realtree collection to our iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s customers," said LifeProof CEO Brian Thomas. "Combined with the waterproof capabilities of the fre line, Realtree camo patterns will create the ultimate protective companion for outdoor enthusiasts who fish, hunt, hike or just want to remain undetectable in the wild."

LifeProof fre with Realtree camo offers a built-in screen protector composed of a thin, transparent film that helps to seal out water, snow, dirt and dust. The fre is designed to complement all features and functions of the device including speakers, volume controls, touch screen and cameras and is Touch ID compatible. The headphone jack and charge port are protected from the elements while not in use. The waterproof iPhone camo case meets military standards for shock and impact protection with an IP68 rating for liquid and dust protection.

The LifeProof Total Water Protection Program is available as an option when purchasing a LifeProof fre case for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s with Realtree camouflage at www.lifeproof.com. This optional program offers repair or replacement should the registered user's device sustain water damage while properly installed in a LifeProof case. For full terms and conditions, visit www.lifeproof.com.

These waterproof iPhone camo cases are available for iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s for $89.99 at www.lifeproof.com and select retailers.

LifeProof  Resources
Facebook: www.facebook.com/LifeProofCases
Twitter: www.twitter.com/lifeproof
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/LifeProofCases

About LifeProof
Based in San Diego, LifeProof designs, manufactures and markets cases for smartphones and tablets that deliver protection, style and functionality. LifeProof is built on the idea of giving everyone the complete freedom and confidence to use their mobile devices in any environment. Designed to defend against water, dirt, snow, shock and the hazards of daily life, LifeProof lets consumers use their mobile device everyday, everywhere, for everything — without worry. For more information, visit www.lifeproof.com.

About Realtree:
Realtree is the world's leading camouflage designer, marketer, and licensor with over 1,500 licensees utilizing the Realtree camouflage brand. Thousands of outdoor and lifestyle products are available in Realtree camouflage patterns.

In addition, Realtree is committed to supporting individuals and groups that work to ensure our outdoor heritage, the conservation of natural places and the wildlife that resides there. In fact, Realtree is one of the nation's leading contributors to conservation groups such as Ducks Unlimited, the National Wild Turkey Federation, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and others. They promote their products and relationships widely on television, as well as through their website and many other outlets.  For more information visit www.realtree.com.

REALTREE MAX-5 Camouflage Design © 2013 of Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, Ltd., all rights reserved. Realtree AP-XTRA Camouflage Design © 2012 of Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, Ltd., all rights reserved. Realtree APG-XTRA Camouflage Design © 2012 of Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, Ltd., all rights reserved. REALTREE AP HD © 2006 of Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, Ltd., all rights reserved. REALTREE © 1985 of Jordan Outdoor Enterprises, Ltd., all rights reserved.

©2014 Treefrog Developments, Inc. All rights reserved. The LifeProof name and LifeProof trademarks are the property of Treefrog Developments, Inc. registered in the U.S. and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Related Links
LifeProof fre with Realtree Camo for iPhone 5 & iPhone 5s
LifeProof Total Water Protection Plan
For more information visit LifeProof

 

Realtree Xtra and Xtra Green camouflage pattern for LifeProof fre for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s

 

Realtree AP Pink camouflage pattern for LifeProof fre for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s

 

Image with caption: "Realtree Max-5 camouflage pattern for LifeProof fre for iPhone 5 & iPhone 5s." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140107/MM40460-a

Image with caption: "Realtree Xtra and Xtra Green camouflage pattern for LifeProof fre for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140107/MM40460-b

Image with caption: "Realtree AP Pink camouflage pattern for LifeProof fre for iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20140107/MM40460-c

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