After much anticipation, the Incase Audio collection is finally available. The Incase Audio line provides users with a high level of functionality, accurate sound and minimal design. The collection consists of 4 sets of headphones: the Sonic ($200), the Reflex ($80), the Pivot($60), and the Capsule ear buds ($50). Each pair of headphones comes in 3 colorways.
Incase and P-Rod have just released a new line of signature products. As always the collection is designed specifically to meet the needs of skateboarders and travelers alike. New to this collection is the Skate Pack Lite which features a protective sleeve for a MacBook/MacBook Pro. The collection also features the Skate Pack and Skate Duffel. P-Rod’s signature collection is available now through Incase.
Popular accessory manufacturer, Incase, has decided to step into the ring with other headphone heavyweights. They’re dropping a line of 4 different headphones in September of this year. If their headphones are similar in quality to the rest of their products, these are sure to please.
The new Alloy Collection by Incase brings it back to the future with these matte silver bags. The packs come with all the creature comforts that you expect from Incase; cushy breathable straps, a cozy safe place for that all important notebook. maybe a stash pocket or two for your… uh pens. The Alloy Collection will run you $60-$180 but that’s a small price to pay for a fresh pack that will make you look creepily similar to those silver dudes that stand still all day for money. Source: Druther
Incase just droppity dropped a new perf collection for a wide array of Mac products including: iPhone 4, iPad, and iPod touch. The new perforation features fatty holes that increase not only the diameter of the dots, but also the diameter of the dopeness. <– They call that alliteration my friends. I went to college once.
I know you’ve all have seen tons of different accessories for the iPad. With 95% of the tablet sales being the iPad, would you expect anything else? This is probably my favorite. Affordable, practical, and it’s made by Incase. You can pick it up over at their webstore.
Incase’s latest addition to their collection of iPhone covers is the Ping-Pong cover. The new cover was inspired by by ping pong paddles and offers enhanced grip as well as a unique look. Get yours at the Incase store now. Check out some more pictures after the jump.
Incase and P-Rod have just launched a new signature collection. Combining innovative materials and premium construction with P-Rod’s experience as a professional skateboarder and world traveler, it delivers premium durability, protection and functional design. The Collection consists of a new Duffel Bag and a redesigned Skate Pack. Get yours at the Incase website now. Check out some more pictures and a video after the jump.
Incase’s newest protective sleeve is all about functionality. The Protective Sleeve Deluxe features an exterior accessory pocket that’s perfect for your power adapter, iPhone or iPod, as well, as an additional zippered section on its spine for convenient charging of your notebook while still in the sleeve. The Deluxe sleeve is comes in a black or white colorway and is available now at the Incase website for 50 bucks. Take a closer look after the jump.
Incase will be releasing some brand new protective cases for the iPhone 4 at the end of July. The new cases being released include the Slider Case, Snap Case, Protective Cover, and the Perforated Snap Case. All of the models come in a wide variety of colors. The perforated case will be released shortly after the other cases. Take a closer look after your jump.
Originally available only through Apple Stores in Japan, the Incase Lucky Bag is now available exclusively on the Incase webstore. Designed specifically for 15-inch Macbook Pro’s, this compact backpack comes in a black colorway with red highlights and has a blue interior. Other features include a reinforced notebook compartment, weather resistant construction, an iPod pocket with headphone port, and dual exterior zippered compartments. Its well worth the $100 bucks Incase is charging. Take a closer look and get the purchase info after the jump.