Vader Deck Armor China Dragon NoClip
This is like no item you have ever seen. A patented elevator mechanism raises a sleeved deck out of the box and locks back into place. 360 degree pager style clip provides additional functionality. The inside of the Armor is lined with Neo Nylon to add cushion and provide additional protection. Made out of black steel and leather, this is the most distinguished item of its kind. Available in sleek shine finished leather and genuine distressed leather featuring the China Dragon.
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