Old Sequoia Collection
Bring Life To Your Phone & Our Forests
Due to their elegant finish and military-grade protection provided by our proprietary InnoMaize™corn-based material, Sequoia collection cases are as stunning and sturdy as the trees that they are named after. Raised edges and texturized ridges guard your phone against bumps, scratches, falls, and drops. With Sequoia's stunning, minimalist simplicity, you can choose from a variety of colors and say goodbye to bulky plastic cases.
Colors That Last Through All Seasons
For those who wish to stand out and show their support for our forests, the Sequoia collection cases are a fantastic choice. The Sequoia collection cases are made of InnoMaize™, an innovative corn-based material that is both shock-absorbing and ultra-slim.
A Complete Fall-Proof Plan
Each detail 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, as well as provide a more comfortable grip.
Our Sequoia collection case is named after the magnificent, majestic trees that adorn the forests and western slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountains. In recent years, changing weather conditions have put these trees and many other forests at risk of extreme fires or drought (Science Daily 2021).
Climate change is becoming a severe issue for forests. For giant sequoias and other mixed-conifer forests in the Sierra Nevada, the hotter drought of 2012-2016 may have proven to be a tipping point. The effects of low precipitation are made worse by abnormally high temperatures, resulting in greater tree water loss and less available water.
Between 2015 and 2020, two-thirds of giant sequoia groves in the Sierra Nevada burned in wildfires, compared to only 25 percent in the preceding century. Based on aerial helicopter surveys, fire severity estimates, and detailed maps of sequoia groves, it is estimated that 10 to 14 percent of the world's giant sequoias have died. (U.S. National Park Service)
With every purchase of the Sequoia Collection, a donation is made 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.