That is one beast of a fabric folding design. If they really did this in a one piece construction, then I am truly amazed about the expertize they put into this.
I mean... it's possible to do this, it's perfectly possible, but damn, without a single rogue fold or visible density change due to folding? This is what amazes me more, actually.
I've still been contemplating the 1 piece thing...and while I'm still skeptical I have thought of ways to KIND of do it, but it still leaves questions.
For example you could use 2 die halves like a casting. Then use some kind of blow up balloon inside to put positive pressure on the CF from the inside and force it against the outer mold.
I will say if they are working with CF cloth which they obviously are, there is a seam somewhere. It is physically impossible to not have one somewhere. It may be hidden/really well done, but it's gotta start and end somewhere. I still wonder why every single example on their site is painted black around the top. My guess would still be to hide a seam.
I really wish one of the nicer shops in Chicago carried them. I'd love to play one.