Incase Launches New Woolenex Cases for AirTag and AirPods 3

Incase today announced the launch of new Woolenex case options for the AirTag and the AirPods 3. The Incase Key Clip with Woolenex is designed for the AirTag, and it is a lightweight, form-fitting case that covers the AirTag in Woolenex and adds a TPU snap enclosure with key ring.

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The Incase Key Clip comes in graphite gray and blush pink, and it has an open front and back window to allow for signal and sound output.

Incase's Woolenex Case for ‌AirPods 3‌ is a made from the same material, and is meant to protect the AirPods case from scuffs and scratches. Underneath the Woolenex, there is a lightweight injection-molded polycarbonate shell to add durability and protection from impact. The case comes in asphalt gray, cobalt blue, and deep red, and it has a matching strap.

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Woolenex is Incase's lightweight fabric blend that is used for a wide variety of accessory case options. Incase says that the material is woven from two thicknesses of polyester fiber to create a slim, strong material that offers abrasion and weather resistance.

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Along with these two Woolenex accessories, Incase is also introducing the Reform Sport Case for the third-generation AirPods. Available in black and rose coral, the case features a two-layer design with a hard exterior shell and a soft interior to protect the AirPods case from drops.

The Incase Key Clip with Woolenex for AirTag is priced at $19.95, the Woolenex Case for AirPods is priced at $34.95, and the Reform Sport Case for AirPods is priced at $39.95. All three accessories can be purchased from the Incase website and directly from Apple's online store.

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Top Rated Comments

oneMadRssn Avatar
22 months ago


A material that soaks up sweat, dirt and liquids.

On what screwed-up planet would anyone want a phone case made of fabric?

Have you tried this material? It's not a sponge. It's more akin to waxed canvas - very tightly woven, it's not soaking up anything.
Score: 11 Votes (Like | Disagree)
RedTheReader Avatar
22 months ago


A material that soaks up sweat, dirt and liquids.

On what screwed-up planet would anyone want a phone case made of fabric?


These seem like they'd be quite challenging to keep clean & hygienic.

The non-porous high quality silicone Apple use for many of their cases is a superior choice from a hygiene perspective.
Would this really be much different from leather, a material people love to use for phone cases? Even looking more broadly, leather’s used for things like watchbands and steering wheels, where it’s constantly soaking up sweat and bodily grime. No one seems to mind.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
saulinpa Avatar
22 months ago
It is a matter of preference. I like the Woolenex MacBook cases as they give a solid feel, not a slippery case.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sw1tcher Avatar
22 months ago
Was wondering what Woolenex is, thinking is it wool? Nope.

According to Incase, "Woolenex is a tightly knit, versatile material woven from two different thicknesses of polyester fiber. By leveraging fibers with varying diameters, we accomplish a truly intentional fabric. The result is an unrivaled balance of lightweight, durable textile with beautiful color depth."

I guess Polyesterenex wouldn't have sounded as nice. ?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sw1tcher Avatar
22 months ago

Fabric can be washed and is biodegradable. Silicone can be washed but is not biodegradable. I’ll take fabric... just not this fabric cos it’s made of polyester which is made using harmful chemicals and is also not biodegradable.
Yes, fabric is usually better than silicone but not in this case [pun intended] since this product is, as you noted, made using a polyester fiber and is not biodegradable.

If someone really cared about the environment, they not only wouldn't use a case for an AirTag, but they wouldn't be using an AirTag either.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HappyDude20 Avatar
22 months ago
Most people don’t know this but InCase releases products in Europe that aren’t available in the U.S.

Most releases in the U.S. are mass produced and for the masses. The Europe releases are usually higher quality leather and usually double the price.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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