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Colonel Littleton Smartphone Holster Case

Made in the USA with Hand Selected American Steerhide — Smartphone Holster Hugs Your Hip for Easy Access — Improves With Age! Read More
Item #: ES849
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Since 1980, our commitment to customer service has not changed — Herrington proudly stands behind the quality and craftsmanship of our products, and we truly hope you enjoy each and every purchase. However, in the event you are not completely satisfied, we will be happy to offer you a prompt exchange or refund within 90 days, provided that returned items are in their original condition and packaging. We believe in working with our customers to ensure each purchase is a positive experience.

Found in the small town of Lynnville, Tennessee, Colonel Littleton makes exceptional leather goods the old-fashioned way — with pride in craftsmanship. Most leather peaks the moment you buy it and then goes downhill — stitching tears, color fades and the leather stains. But Col. Littleton makes heirloom quality leather goods that last — and literally look better with age. Buttery-smooth and rich after vegetable tanning, this case will burnish to a lustrous patina, bringing out the leather's natural grain over time. Attach to your hip by simply feeding your belt (up to 1.5" wide) through the opening in back of the case. Stylish strap allows for one hand operation to quickly retrieve your phone. Fits iPhone 5/5S/5C, iPhone 4/4S, or any smartphone 2.56"W x 5.2"H x 1"D (or smaller), as well as cash and credit cards — so you can travel light with everything you need for shopping, golfing, or other excursions. The Colonel's traditional, hand-stitched methods will take you back to a simpler time, with authentic Made-in-America craftsmanship! (Fits iPhone 5/5S/5C with protective case or any smartphone 2.56" x 5.38" x 1".)

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