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Zero Impact Waste

Our goal is to make all of our cases 100% recyclable and we’re well on our way!
We’re constantly working towards it, doing research and adopting sustainability
technology techniques as they become available.

Protection. Locked in.

Unparalleled Aiprods Pro 2 & Airpods 3 protection.

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Recycled Certified

ITSKINS RECYCLED materials are largely composed of post-industrial manufacturing scrap but also include used and useless material.

Antimicrobial Protection 24/7

ITSKINS protective cases are made with our custom high-performance antimicrobial polymer. We not only protect your phone from everyday shocks and extreme impacts, but we also help keep your phone microbe and germ-free.

2X STRONGER MAGNETS vs. the leading brand

Extra strong magnets align and attach better to MagSafe chargers and accessories. All our MagSafe cases use 100% recycled rare earth elements in all of the magnets.

Unique slim HEXOTEK absorbs and disperses G-shocks

Our signature HEXOTEK impact absorption technology is integrated into the interior perimeter of all our drop protection cases. Dual-layer air pockets disperse and transfer energy away from your device on impact

Don't just take our word for it.

Look Out for These Icons on Our Drop Protection Cases

ITSKINS strives for green manufacturing and it can be seen in every product that we release. From compostable cases to plant-based inks, we are always looking for more ways to reduce our carbon footprint while creating great products.


Instead of discarding excess materials during manufacturing, we grind them down into pellets, which are reused in our environmentally-friendly cases.


The materials used in these cases can be collected, processed, and manufactured into new products after they have been used.


The materials used in manufacturing these cases are 100% recyclable and have less of a CO2 footprint than petroleum-based materials.


These eco-friendly plant-based cases are biodegradable in a compostable environment and can break down in as little as 6 months.

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