Pelican ProGear Voyager phone cases bring legendary Pelican protection to your mobile devices

When we look to protect our gear here in the Snowboard Mag office, a name that regularly pops up in Pelican. We use Pelican cases to protect everything from our camera gear and accessories to whatever else we see fit. And now, with the release of Pelican’s new phone cases, we’re stoked to have our most precious piece of gear, our phones, bear the Pelican label.

Now, the Pelican ProGear Voyager phone cases aren’t as bulky as you might think. They are thin, light and pretty much indestructible. They feature a slim design with soft-touch over-mold so your phone will never slip out of our hands or off a surface, a scratch resistant screen protector, and rubber caps to protect all the ports from moisture and debris. Score!

The rigid polycarbonate shell is constructed with the klutz in mind. You drop it, this bad boy’s impact absorbing materials have your back. This is, after all, tested to Military specs. If our troops trust it, we have a feeling you can trust it on or off the mountain.

Lastly, and probably the best part, Pelican has one of the best warranties in the game Рa lifetime guarantee. If you ever break it, Pelican will replace it, free, forever. Yes we said forever!

The Pelican ProGear Voyager phone case is available for iPhone 5/5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy S5 Active.

Editor’s Note: Includes bad ass Dad clip/stand for easy on and off your belt convenience.

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