This month totallee is introducing new thin iPhone XS cases with its leather case pictured above now available for iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR.

Southern California based startup totallee has been making a name for itself in recent years for its super slim, branding-free and affordable iPhone cases. Today it gives 9to5 readers a look at the new totallee leather case for the iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, and the upcoming iPhone XR going up for preorder later this month. The new leather case offers a premium aesthetic with the same world’s thinnest profile that totallee fans love with its other cases. 

Totallee’s black leather iPhone case is designed to be both rugged and sophisticated. For added durability and for the case to be incredibly thin (it is only 0.02” thick) it features a plastic housing that is paired with a genuine leather back. The soft genuine leather feels great in your hand and adds additional grip but the inner housing allows to remain as thin as possible while adding additional protection. The leather shows some nice grain and will only look more unique as it develops a light patina with age and wear.

As with all of totallee’s signature cases, the leather case, too, is completely branding-free for a super minimalistic and sleek aesthetic.

Despite being incredibly thin, the case does add some extra drop and scuff protection. It wraps all around the phone to protect it in all corners. Most importantly, the leather finish adds a lot of extra grip to help prevent the case from slipping out of your hands. For extra screen protection, the case can be paired with totallee’s tempered glass screen protector made to fit perfectly with the new leather case.

You can get Totallee’s super thin leather case now for the iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, and iPhone XR for $35.

It also has the leather cases for older iPhone models available on its website. All totallee cases are backed by a 2-year warranty – so your order is completely risk-free. If leather isn’t your thing but you’re still looking for a thin and minimalistic case, give the company’s regular signature iPhone cases a try.

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