Griffin says that the Survivor All-Terrain can protect the Galaxy S6 from drops, dust, sand, rain, impacts, and vibrations. This case also apparently exceeds the US Department of Defense’s MIL-STD-810G standards.
I say: Holy crap, is this ever a crazy large and rugged case. It consists of three pieces: a rubber base that cradles the Galaxy S6, a clear plastic face that snaps on to the base, and a holster with a clip to attach the case to a belt or strap.
The base features rubbery flexible portions with diamonds of harder plastic for reinforcement. At the bottom, there are tabs that you can pull out to get to the headphone and power ports.
Overall, this case is completely rugged and a complete overkill unless you’re on an underwater construction site—or Jason Bourne’s stunt double.