The water-resistant Sport Field Bag has a ventilated compartment for wet items and is large enough to fit a basketball. It also has a padded 15″ laptop compartment, a hidden pocket for small items, ventilated back panel and straps and a rain fly.
Part of the EO Travel Collection, it has a polycarbonate front to protect your valuables, a padded compartment for laptops up to 17″ and a butterfly design for easy packing and inspection.
A recipient of the Red Dot award for Product Design, the Sonic headphones offer exceptional comfort. Its earcups have suede covered memory foam, making them a joy to wear.
This neat kit covers virtually all of your charging needs. It comes with three 4″ USB cables – a mini-USB connector, a micro-USB connector and an iOS connector. Available in grey and fluorescent.
Incase’s Topo Flex Case features their signature topographical pattern isn’t just for looks; it’s created by overmolding plastic and rubber, which provides both flexibility and protection.
Green is not our color, but thankfully Incase’s reworked Neoprene Sleeve Plus comes in black and grey; it boasts a new inner border and extended faux-fur lining to increase protection.
Paul Rodriguez’s conspicuously colored Skate Pack hauls both your deck and your digital doohickeys; it includes a skateboard attachment, padded notebook slot, and iPod pocket.
Incase’s Coated Canvas stays sensibly minimalist for its Spring line, opting for Pale Gray over more colorful choices; choose from sleeves, shoulder bags, slings, and backpacks.
Incase’s Maple Leaf Slider Cases are pretty slick, even for non-Canucks; made for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, the hardshell sliders are only available in Canadian Apple Stores.
New at Incase: the Perforated Snap Case offers the best of both worlds, keeping your iPhone light and cool while still providing the scratch and drop protection of a regular hardshell case.
Incase updates its Combo Charger with an extra USB port, allowing you to charge two iPhone/iPods simultaneously; it continues to offer both a 12V car adapter and flip-out wall socket.
‘Tis the season to be shiny: Incase’s Chrome Slider Cases are as bright as they are colorful, with black, gold, copper, and silver shells and pop-fluro interiors with rubber guardrails.
We prefer the looks of the first Armband, but Incase’s new Sports Armband Pro “sports” a velcro tab for corralling rowdy stray headphone cords; it’ll work with 4th and 5th gen iPod nanos.
Incase’s Paul Rodriguez Skate Pack kills two birds with one stone: it’s both skate- and laptop-friendly with a reinforced notebook compartment, multiple gadget pockets and padded back.
Incase’s Fall 2009 collection is now available: their product line-up remains largely unchanged, but introduces new autumn-friendly colors to their existing bags, cases and sleeves.
Incase’s Skate Messenger Bag is uber-functional: you’ll get a waterproof stash pocket, skateboard attachment, U-Lock strap, bike pump tie down, hip pack, and room for up to a 17″ laptop.
Incase’s new Bamboo Slider Cases for the iPhone 3G don’t just pay lip service to the environment with four earth-toned colorways; they’re 40% made from reclaimed bamboo pulp.
Teased for months but now available for Incase’s Spring 2009 line, the EO collection of travel bags feature a “NanoSphere” self-cleaning fabric that is water, dirt and oil repellent.
Loaded with more pockets than we can count, owners of Incase’s Nylon Backpack rave about how well thought out it is; it’s also generously padded at the shoulders and back.
This laptop sleeve by dripmaster Krink is the result of a collaboration with Arkitip and Apple-friendly Incase; his signature metallic paint looks extra sweet on this limited run piece.
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