Alto has quickly become known for its high-quality and fashionable cases at fair prices and now its premium leather iPhone cases are available for Apple’s new iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max. With a new collection made from a range of leather and unique denim materials, the company also offers optional laser graving for personalization. Thanks to our sponsor Alto, 9to5 readers can get 15% off the new iPhone case collection for a limited time.
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Head below to check out the new series and see how to get a 10% discount for life with your purchase.
Alto Metro Leather iPhone Cases
The Metro case provides enhanced protection with 3 side coverage and next to no extra thickness. At 0.5mm thin, the handcrafted leather frame is incredibly sleek and features a slit at the back of the case that can snugly fit 1 or 2 cards and/or a couple loose bills. Alto uses premium aniline leather which means the leather on its cases retain the hide’s natural appearance and the surface transforms and darkens naturally with use. That means your case will develop a natural patina and its own unique look over time. Lined with a soft microfibre inside, the line up is wireless charging compatible and available for: iPhone X, iPhone Xs / XS Max & iPhone XR (and select older models)
Alto Denim x Leather iPhone Cases
The Denim x Leather collab from Alto is a fresh concept that adds some extra grip to the collection. The mix-match of Taiwanese denim fabric and Italian full-grain leather is still as thin as other options at 0.5mm. Alto attaches the bottom tab of lightweight leather made from its top-notch aniline leather to the denim that forms the remainder of the case, which makes for a unique design you likely won’t find elsewhere. The high-quality denim material used definitely provides extra grip over the all-leather models, but the denim used still has a soft and and comfortable feel. This polycarbonate hard case includes an ultra-lite fibre lining and is also compatible with wireless charging. It’s available exclusively for iPhone XS Max & iPhone XR.
Alto Original Leather iPhone Cases
Alto’s flagship Original Leather Case is a minimal but timeless option. With an incredibly smooth hand feel and easy access to the buttons on your device, Alto’s original leather can stack up against pricier competitors including Apple’s own leather case. The shell is solid and wrapped first in a layer of European leather that provides durable protection without adding any extra bulk to the 0.5mm profile. If you’ve had this style of case in genuine leather before you know that the unique patina will age finely over time (much like a good leather jacket or bag). Like the rest of the lineup, the Orignial Leather iPhone case also has a super fine microfibre lining. It’s compatible with wireless charging and is available for iPhone X, iPhone XS / XS Max & iPhone XR (and some previous models).
Alto Anello Leather iPhone Cases
The Anello collection from alto is also made up of unique top grain Italian leather. The cases are manufactured with a tiny metal ring on the bottom corner of the case for adding accessories as pictured above. It’s designed to make your device easier to get to via either the optional leather neck strap ($18), wristlet strap ($18) or leather key holder ($25) (which alto is also currently offering a combo promotion for). Alto’s signature three-sided design provides complete protection for vulnerable areas including a raised lip to protect the front of the device. Compatible with Qi wireless charging, the Anello is available for iPhone X, iPhone XS / XS Max & iPhone XR.
Optional Laser Engraving
Available on most of Alto’s cases is a $10 optional laser engraving option at checkout seen above. This is a great gift idea or simply a way to personalize your own case with your initials, text or symbols.
10% OFF FOR LIFE:
After making your purchase, find a product registry & warranty card inside the box. Simply scan the QR code and follow the steps to cash in on 10% off Alto cases for life.
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