Art + Design + Outdoors Since 2010
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Jon Eicher / Specialized Composites, Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of rugged outdoor gear.
My products have been featured in British GQ, Gizmodo, Geeky Gadgets, Wall Street Journal, CNET Asia, among many others, and hundreds of blogs and websites around the world.  I have sales to over 80 countries. Movies and TV shows have used my products too.
I design, engineer, manufacture, assemble and ship my products and parts from the USA.
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Since 2010 I have designed and manufactured what many consider to be the best iPhone cases available. Originally used by the U.S. Army, they have been adopted all over the world as a durable protective case. My cases are officially approved by the U.S. Army Brigade Modernization Command.
I currently make cases using custom water-cooled CNC 3D printers I designed, built and programmed. Using a recently invented BPH free bio resin that is skin and food safe I create a state-of-the-art iPhone case that protects your iPhone while being safe to hold and use. Future proofed to emerging technologies like satellite connectivity with signal invisibility and nonmagnetic fasteners, my cases create no known interference. Designed to work with current, 2024, iPhone specifications and engineering requirements.
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Jon Eicher is a professionally trained artist with over 25 years involved in fine art, design and manufacturing.  A lifelong hiker and backpacker. Longest trip was hiking the Appalachian Trail. Extensive experience with winter hiking and some mountain climbing. Summer skiing on a glacier was a highlight.
Jon is a Certified Welder and Certified Power Plant Operator for Industrial Air Compressors.  He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Fine Art from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Fine Art from School of Visual Arts, New York, New York and is an alumnus of the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine. 
 

 

 

                                

                                                      Jon Eicher and Cricket