The Flur zeug SLEEVE for the iPad.

The Flur zeug SLEEVE for the iPad mini.

The original vest’s pull straps function to remove the device from the sleeve.

The Flur zeug SLEEVE for the iPhone 5.

The Flug zeug sleeve for the iPhone 5.

A group shot of the SLEEVE products.

Flur zeug founder Andreas Founder Andreas Roesler-Schmidt works on the product with a colleague.

The company’s last product was a belt modeled after airplane safety straps.

From the man who brought you of belts made from airplane safety straps, now comes yet another aviation-inspired fashion statement.

Using old decommissioned airline flotation vests, Andreas Roesler-Schmidt, the founder of Vienna-based Flug Zeug, fashioned bright yellow, water-resistant sleeves for personal electronic devices. The ‘upcycled’ product, which the company calls simply ‘SLEEVE,’ comes in three sizes – for iPhone, iPad, and iPad mini.

They go for between $64 and $91.

Photo Credit: This iPad case is 'upcycled' from decommissioned flotation devices. Flug Zeug