The BitFenix Shinobi is shipped in a sturdy, corrugated cardboard box. The front features the company logo as well as indicating if the case inside is the windowed version or the standard version. Our review sample is the window version, as indicated on the box.
The back of the packaging has images of both versions of the Shinobi as well as information pertaining to some of the features available on the window version.
Once removed from the box the Shinobi has 2 Styrofoam pieces which offers good shock protection during shipping. There is also plastic wrapping over the chassis for additional protection from scratches.
The hardware provided with our review sample consists of the motherboard standoffs and ample screws to properly secure the motherboard. They have also added a few cable ties and there are 4 rubber feet that fit on the base of the chassis.
The rubber feet raise it further off the ground allowing lots of room for air to circulate underneath the case. This helps with overall air flow and provides bottom mounted power supplies the ability to intake sufficient air into the unit.