Mom Is Tough – And So Is Her Case


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From carpooling kids around in the bike trundle, to summiting a mountain with snacks, water bottles and the dog leash in-hand, to taking video of your very first flip on the diving board, it’s fair to say that you’ve got one tough mom.

We know that there are all types of moms out there. And we’ve got the perfect case for just about all of them. This Mother’s Day, we’ll help you find the protective case that’s just right for your mom.

Adventure-seeking moms know the right gear makes all the difference. This Mother’s Day, be your mom’s gear expert by equipping her with the Preserver Series.

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The OtterBox Preserver Series Waterproof Case

The Preserver Series is for those action-packed, never-a-dull-moment moms who go looking for adventure — whether it’s at the park or on the rapids.

Available for iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, GALAXY S4 and GALAXY S5, Preserver Series offers seriously waterproof protection. This case is slim and pocketable and is sure to fit into any one of mom’s bags or pockets while delivering exceptional protective capabilities from water, drops and dust — all of the inevitable elements that come with the territory of being a rock star, super tough mom.

This Mother’s Day, give your mom the gift of confidence with trusted OtterBox protection on her side from the seriously waterproof Preserver Series.

Happy Mother’s Day!

 



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Emily McCormick

Emily McCormick

I was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska — smack dab in the middle of the U.S.A. I moved to Fort Collins for school. It’s safe to say, six years later, I’ve decided to stay put for a while. When I’m not “working with the OtterBox creative team to produce compelling and creative content for various audiences and communication vehicles,” you can find me taking advantage of the Colorado landscape, eating all sorts of delicious cheeses, cruising around town on my bike, sharing conversation with friends and just letting my hair down — that is, as long as it’s all still there. I think culprit for my recent hair loss is my task-list … but that’s just a hunch.

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