We previously reviewed Moshi’s miniPouch for the iPod mini and iPouch for standard iPods. The company has since released their nanoPouch for the iPod nano. Since the nanoPouch is fairly similar to the previous Pouches, we reprint a modified version of those earlier reviews here:
Fortunately, more and more pouches for the iPod are becoming available, and Moshi has produced some of the best. Made of the company’s own “Terahedron” fabric — which feels a bit like a thin but tough layer of fleece or suede — the nanoPouch protects your iPod nano’s finish without adding much bulk. The fabric is soft enough to be used to polish your iPod’s screen and body, and is “splash-resistant” (the company’s term) and anti-static. A pocket on the outside of the pouch holds your earbuds, and a sturdy drawstring lets you close the pouch so your iPod doesn’t fall out.
The nanoPouch also includes a feature not found in its larger siblings: a sturdy lanyard for carrying your iPod nano around your neck (in the nanoPounch, of course).
If you’re looking for a thin layer of scratch protection that lets you operate your iPod in the case, something like RadTech’s PodSleevz is likely a better option; but if you’re really just looking for a pouch, the Moshi iPouch is among the best options I’ve seen.–Dan Frakes