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Leather Kindle Cover | Ginkgo | $74 - $76

SKU# KM37

Availability: In stock

$74.00
$74.00

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  • SKUs: For: Kindle 2014, Paperwhite, Touch, 4: KPWS10,  Kindle Fire HDX7 - KFHDXM37;
    Kindle Fire HD - KFC2HDM37; Kindle Fire HD 7 - KFHD7M37;
    Kindle Fire - KFCM37
  • Colors: Fern, Red, Marigold
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  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) Fits K3/Keyboard Cover

Description

  • Corner straps provide 'shake & drop' security.
  • Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Touch and Kindle 4 models feature four high quality, marine grade elastic straps.
  • All Kindle Fire models feature a combination of leather, marine grade elastic and bungee cord straps.
  • All Kindle Fires Only: Cord and tab platform device for horizontal tabletop reading.
  • Interior spine lined with top grain leather.
  • Case easily folds and stays open.
  • Large side pockets and a small pocket for I.D. or cards.
  • Matching Britannia Pewter button and bungee cord closure (includes extra bungee).

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Ginkgo

Ginkgo trees are considered living fossils that were once found growing worldwide. Fossil remains date back 270 million years. Humans have benefited from their profound medicinal qualities for centuries and designers and artists have utilized their beautiful form from B.C. to the present time. “It (Ginkgo) appeals to the historic soul: we see it as an emblem of changelessness, a heritage from worlds too remote for our human intelligence to grasp, a tree which has in its keeping the secrets of the immeasurable past.” Sir Albert Seward