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Legacy and tradition are embedded in southern US culture, and are the points of emphasis in everything Colonel Littleton creates. So it makes perfect sense that his studio is based in Lynnville Tennessee. The colonel has been in business for a quarter century now, designing and marketing a namesake brand of quality merchandise that includes: leather goods, knives, jewelry, home and business accessories, belts, hats and Colonel Littleton cases.
Some Colonel Littleton iPad cases are exclusive fits, and some others not. Designs that are created specifically for the iPads include: 3 portfolio cases ($345-$350) and the Docker ($170), a unique tablet sleeve with a fold-back front cover so the user can still interact with the tablet while enclosed. One of the designs for iPad1 features a small pocket on the front for holding a mobile phone or music player. Other tablet sleeves ($150-$210) and all tablet bags with shoulder straps and/or handles ($318-$750) can accommodate any 10” to 12” device. Initial engraving (+$9, max 3 characters) can be added to any case.
These fine quality vintage-style leather cases are destined to serve many device and user generations to come. Though it indeed costs a lot to buy Colonel Littleton tablet cases, you can hardly put a price on something that is sure to have sentimental value.