If you are an enthusiast of the Mayan civilization, or simply if you want something to remind you of the trip of your life to Guatemala, just look at these fashionable cases from Maya Stuff.
The cases fit 2, 3, and 4-generation iPad and are 100% handmade using ancient techniques that have been passed generation to generation by the Mayan and its modern-day descendants.
The colors and textures are what makes these fabrics really original. Combined with the fact that other cases with a Mayan design, available on the web, are hard cases or skins, the fabric covers from Maya Stuff become truly exceptional.
Each cover costs $52.99. Cases for smartphones are on the way.
Maya Stuff is a Guatemala-based company that specializes in tech accessories manufactured with Mayan fabric details and the highest quality standards.
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