To help keep the money in the case and not the packaging, BitFenix like many others, opted for the elegant brown cardboard and black printing theme. On the front of the packaging it is kept very simple with the Fenix logo, the Outlaw naming and the web address at the bottom.
This side gets topped with a logo above the carrying handle. Below is the Outlaw name and a look at the front bezel of the chassis. Even further down the side panel you see they placed a small specifications chart too.
The back of the box is where BitFenix displayed most of the key features of the chassis with illustrations and pointers to be specific. They cover the "unique thermal layout", the CPU back plate access hole, USB 2.0, side panel cooling, coloring, and that it can house longer graphics cards.
The last side panel has very little to offer aside from the name of the chassis, some legal speak and the sticker at the bottom with the full model number of the chassis included inside the box.
Again, keeping things simple to keep costs down, the use of a plastic liner and Styrofoam end caps to support and center the chassis are chosen. While this did allow me to receive a scratch free chassis, my sample did arrive with slight damage to the PSU area of the chassis. The manual you will find floating freely inside the box, I just stuck it in the foam to be in the image.