Looptworks presented Tiki – a peculiar tablet sleeve compatible with any “big” iPad and any other 10-inch tablet device. Crafted from rescued and repurposed vegetable-tanned leather, the case combines luxurious looks with sustainability. There are two pockets for smaller accessories, wallet, and/or smartphone. The case also comes with a small handle on top offering a safe and secure way to carry it. There’s no closure mechanism, but the tight design and top opening ensure the tablet won’t slip out of the case easily.
Looptworks was founded by Scott Hamlin and Gary Peck, whose decades of experience with Nike, Adidas, and Royal Robbins opened their eyes to the 40 billion pounds of unused material that manufacturing creates each year. “There must be a better way,” they said. And there was.
In 2009, we launched our upside-down approach to product design, pioneering new manufacturing methods and leading partners down a better path. Marching forward, we work to change the face of the industry we love—an industry that accounts for 10% of the globe’s carbon emissions.
It’s working. To date, Looptworks has saved more than 40 million gallons of water and helped partners like Patagonia, Toyota, and New Belgium Brewing lower their water and carbon footprint, all while creating high quality, limited edition goods.
Universal tablet sleeve compatible with all 10-inch tablet devices and featuring a handle and two pockets – Looptworks Tiki