Scary Good Looks For Your Phone & Our Planet
As the leaves change color as the nights lengthen, our Laguna clear iPhone cases and Sequoia solid, hardshell iPhone cases have been given haunting makeovers inspired by fall foliage, tempting treats, and spooky spirits for a Halloween Collection to be thrilled over.
EcoBlvd's sustainable Halloween Collection cases provide edge-to-edge protection to keep your phone and our planet away from terrifying ends.
From spooky pumpkin phone cases, witches phone cases, ghoulish phone cases, skeleton phone cases, and caution tape phone cases, whether you're in the mood for enchanting decorations or ghostly, whimsical fun for your phone this Halloween season, you can rely on your EcoBlvd phone case to offer fright and delight!
Our Laguna Collection clear cases add a pop of color to your phone with their protective outer ridges while keeping the rest clear as ghosts!
As gorgeous and sturdy as the trees that shed their leaves this season, our Sequoia Collection solid cases protect your devices with incredible military-grade drop protection.
Made From Some Sweet Stuff - (Candy) Corn
Our Laguna and Sequoia Collection cases are made from InnoMaize™, a proprietary shock-absorbing corn-based material that prevents impact damage while remaining ultra-slim.
Don't Be Spooked By Falls, Drops, Or Accidents
Each detail of our Laguna and Sequoia Collection cases has been designed for maximum protection, superior impact resistance, and a sleek and slim appearance.
A raised camera ring shields the camera lens, while the raised bezel protects the screen from frontal impacts. Moreover, the ridged edges make it easier to access all ports and buttons and provide a more comfortable grip.
Giving A Treat To Our Planet
As part of every purchase of a Laguna Collection case, 2% of the sale proceeds are donated to the non-profit organization The Ocean Conservancy, which since 1986 has helped clean up more than 300 million pounds of trash from the ocean.
Every purchase of a Sequoia Collection case makes a donation to the National Forest Foundation to plant a tree in a national park. By planting trees, we can combat climate change and provide habitat for wildlife.