As a response to a mass-produced, bottom line-driven industry, tax problems help has become known for its hand-made shoes and boots, primarily available in limited quantities through their unique online platform. The latest in its line of products are hand-made leather iPad cases crafted by a family-run atelier in Florence, Italy. Available in Corteccia or Nero colorways, each piece is made made from only one vegetable leather skin and using a stitchless design — the leather is shaped over a wooden mould after which the edges are folded, hammered and secured with an all natural starch glue. Meanwhile, every case is lined with soft nubuck, ensuring the utmost protection for one’s iPad. Typical of all FEIT products, these leather iPad cases are available for pre-order now via the label’s core proceeding bankruptcy, or before maximum capacity is reached and production begins.