The case ships in a really big box, which is unusual for a unit that can be considered traditional when it comes to its overall dimensions. Two sides only hold some logos, while the others go into details about the InWin 309.
Foam spacers and a cloth bag protect the chassis during shipping and while it is being handled at the factory.
As always, InWin still ships all the bits and pieces in a resealable plastic bag. In it you will find screws—black but for the silver motherboard spacers. Additionally to the zip ties is a metal part meant to act as a GPU support beam. InWin also throws in one of their Mag Ear accessories, which is a magnetic headphone holder; it looks like a last minute addition but is a nice touch regardless.