The Miyavix Kimono, distributed by Power Support, is a case for your iPod shuffle featuring various Asian-inspired flower patterns and a tassel accent. A leather strip with a snap closes over one end, with the other completely open, given unfettered access to the shuffle’s headphone port. (Note that this open end is actually the bottom of the case; although your shuffle will likely be very secure, the force of the case’s sides are all that keeps it in place.) An adjustable cord is included that acts as a lanyard.
The Kimono’s major flaw is the inability to control your shuffle while in the case. However, its unique styling may make up for this shortcoming. One other thing to note is that on our review sample, the bottom of the case had some loose threads and cloth pieces.