|By PR Newswire||
|August 12, 2014 07:15 PM EDT||
HAMILTON, N.J., Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Skateboard enthusiasts can now show their love for the extreme sport to the world, with the new MixBin fully functioning silicone skateboard iPhone cover. Early shoppers are responding with wildly positive reviews for the unique product.
Many people would agree that there is not many subcultures of sports lovers who are more passionate about their lifestyle choices than skateboarders. An entire industry of skateboard related clothes, footwear and even music has grown over the years to epic proportions. Now skateboarders, and fans of the extreme sport, have the chance to show off their interest every time they use their iPhone. Innovative technology accessory company MixBin, has recently launched their latest product, a silicone fully functioning skateboard iPhone cover. This imaginative product has been met with immediate enthusiasm and may be on the verge of becoming a viral breakout hit.
The cover is compatible with the 5, 5c, 5s and 6. This silicone replication skateboard iPhone cover is fully functional with the wheels, which are able to roll. The cover has a curved nose, tail kicks, and even grip tape all on a very authentic looking wood graphic. Early reviews of the MixBin Skateboard iPhone cover have positive affirmations.
About this brand, MixBin
This brand pushes the limits of technology, and focuses on creating fashionable, design-centric products. MixBin is the leader in fashionable technology.
"This is as unique as it is cool," commented Bryan Zeitzer, who designed the iPhone cover for MixBin. Bryan Zeitzer also said, "If you want to pop a tre-flip at your workstation or grind on your school papers at your desk in school it's all possible. The fun is pretty much limitless!"
Evan Pagani, from Robinsville, NJ recently said, "I'm really happy to have picked this up. I'm an IT guy and when I'm at work sometimes I need a distraction and now I can skate on my desk! My cubicle has never been so much fun. Just don't tell my boss. Five stars and fully recommended."
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