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3 iPhone Cases That Will Help Your Phone Survive Festival Season

Griffin's Survivor series can take just about anything you can dish out at it.
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Ok, so it's festival season, and that means that you and your trusty iPhone are going to start probably taking things up a notch for the next couple months. Like most of us you probably have dropped your iPhone several times, and maybe it survived or maybe it got that "Spiderman app" aka the webby looking cracked screen.

The point is, dropping your $600 communication device is a major bummer, kind of like Justin Bieber on a Skrillex and Diplo track... ugh, no.

Griffin has developed an iPhone case line that ranges from your average festival clutz to your extreme stage diving lunatic. In other words, they have got a case in their Survivor lineup that will handle every level of insanity you can dial up.

Survivor Journey

The Journey

Survivor Journey

Description: Super-protective, super-thin shell prevents phone damage from 6.6-foot (2-meter) drops onto concrete.

For: The fan that might get into a little heavy crowd action, tend to multi-task (beer drinking x selfie taking) and is moderately aware of their surroundings. 

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Survivor Summit

The Summit

Survivor Summit

Description: Drops happen. Breaks don’t have to. Summit is designed & tested to protect you from even the most brutal 10-foot (3-meter) drops onto concrete.

For: The fan that might tend to step over the boundaries a bit. You tend to push the limit on beer intake; you tend to drop your phone consistently when removing it from your skinny jeans, and your drunk girlfriend is guaranteed to drop it in the parking lot when trying to text her besty  about the after party.

The All-Terrain

The All-Terrain

Survivor All-Terrain

Description: Built from the inside out to meet or exceed the standards published in US Department of Defense MIL-STD-810G, Survivor All-Terrain protects your phone from extreme conditions, including drops, dust, sand, rain, impacts, vibration, and a host of other environmental factors.

For: The guy (yes, this is never a girl, they are too smart) that thinks he can successfully land a stage dive, crowd surf, drunk swim or another such maneuver when sweaty and smelling like a donkey. Dude, no one is going to catch you, and no one wants to touch you. SLAM! You can almost hear his phone crunch every time.

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