Wilderness | Handmade Wenge, Cherry, Walnut, Maple, and Padauk Wood iPhone 11 Case by Keyway

Wilderness - iPhone 11

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With the Wilderness case, we wanted to tackle two themes; back-country adventure and retro-nostalgia. This wood iPhone 11 case features two crossed walnut axes with a maple 'Wilderness' banner. On the top, we've placed an mountain range under a segmented sunset that reminds us of something you'd see on a Nintendo game's cover art.

Our cases are created using hand finished wood, laser cut inlays, and a Flexible Rubber shell.

If you like this case, you'll also like the Nomad and the Explore.

Shell Features:

  • 1.3 mm Flexible Rubber, Full wrap-around protection
  • Slim, Protects from bumps and tumbles
  • Face down protection, Covered Buttons

Hand-crafted in Toronto.

We work with natural materials which means every piece is unique. Grain, Colour, and Texture may vary slightly from piece to piece. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 52 reviews
Great case

Love the design on it! It’s also been through a few big falls and still looks great with no scratches or anything! Great case overall! One downside, but this is just personal preference, is that it only has a small lip on the side.... but like I said, that’s just me.


Five stars for great looks awesome

Beautiful Product

I purchased an awesome phone case for my husband for Christmas. He loved the uniqueness of the product. We were both happy with the product quality.

Great case

This is my second case from them and have no complaints. The wood holds up great, which was a worry of mine. Recommend this case to anyone

Almost perfect

After ordering my case, I received it in two days. The wood inlay is fantastic! I love the detail, and hope it holds up for a long time. Two things keep me from giving it five stars. 1: while there is a nice bumper on the sides, the lip protecting the actual screen is non-existent. A fall that results in phone landing
screen down will not end well. Invest in a quality screen protector. 2: the seam along the bottom case wasn’t finished very well, and was rough. I cleaned it up with a hobby file, but if I’m spending $50 on a phone case, that should already have been done.