View Full Version : [iPad Mini] fabric cases for iPad mini ,who know?

Dec 9, 2012, 12:29 AM
hi,friend, I am looking for a fabric case for my iPad mini,who know which brand's fabric case is good? :)

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Dec 9, 2012, 12:34 AM
Book Jacket for iPad mini by Incase:


Although, I'd look for a better deal on Amazon -- you'd be surprised how much cheaper you can find the same exact iPad mini cases on Amazon compared to their original manufacturer's website.

Dec 9, 2012, 04:25 AM
thank you !
but incase is not fabric, that is PU leather case.
i have looked for many brand ,but not my style ,
so i prepare to make a summary of what fabric case we can choose.

Dec 9, 2012, 05:32 AM
I looked for brand with : Belkin, Incase, Casecrown, Verabradley, Thankscase...
but only three brand will provide fabric cases, i list here and hope to help everybody:
1. Incase
Maki Jacket, the pattern is so cool . i love it but expensive.
this is fabric trifold case,Converts into a stand with viewing and working angles, that is good function for me.

Tablet Folio in Very Berry Paisley, that is lady style , not my feeling.
this is sample style, maybe can not stand.

Colorful Star Fabric Cases , that is so nice and good price for me , I love it.
this case is fabric trifold case, same funciton with Incase. Converts into a stand with viewing and working angles, good function and good price.

that is my summary for ipad mini fabric case .
I hope that would help you to choose.
maybe i could look for another good fabric case, see you next!

Dec 9, 2012, 06:54 PM
Check out Rickshaw bags, they have a cordura clad case w/a fleece interior and you can customize the case.

I think Timbuk2 has a several stock and customizable slip cases, but they use flash, so you need to order it on something other than an iOS device.

Tom Bihn bags has custom sized black iPad mini "Caches" in vertical and horizontal orientation, they are all black.

SF Bags has a number of different types of fabric cases as well, some you can add straps and handles for.

Hope this helps!