San Francisco - Incase announced it is entering the headphones category in the fall.
Few tech specs were available for the company's first models, but Incase said the products will employ a development approach it termed "Incase Soundesign," said to reflect "a synthesis of precision sound engineering and minimal design."
"With Soundesign as our guiding ethos, we are focused on delivering headphones that bring together design simplicity and intuitive functionality with precision sound and maximum performance," said Markus Diebel, Incase design VP, in a statement.
Four models will ship in the fall: Sonic over-ear, Reflex on-ear, Pivot on-ear and Capsule in-ear. The designs will match the natural shape of the ear and head, the company noted, and a range of adjustment and fully articulating ear cups will be available.
Other design features will include hidden joints, matte and gloss finishes, and integrated mics and remotes for use with Apple devices.