X-Wing Miniatures Carrying Case & Foam Storage Ideas

X-Wing Miniature Carrying Case & Storage

Nobody wants to mess up the paint job on their ships (especially if you did a custom paint job on it), or damage their models. So, everyone needs a way to transport their X-Wing miniatures safely, be it with a carrying case, foam, or a combination of the two (naturally!).

Below I’ve collected a list of storage solution ideas for X-Wing. The list is alphabetical order, and if you have more to add to the list then please let me know in the comments.

X-Wing Foam Storage

I’m going to focus on pre-cut foam trays in this article. With such randomly shaped ships, the game really benefits from pre-cut trays. However, if you are interested in pluck foam then I’ve got an article covering just that.

Battle Foam

Unsurprisingly, Battle Foam has a huge selection of X-Wing carrying cases and foam trays. I can’t even begin to cover them all here, so I’ll just focus on a few of them.

There’s a few options for cases with Battle Foam, and the carrying cases come loaded with trays.

(432) P.A.C.K. 432 Molle Vertical Star Wars X-Wing Generic Load Out

Battle Foam P.A.C.K 432This case is pretty big at 17 x 9 x 15 inches. It comes packed with trays that are 15.5 x 8 inches of varying thicknesses.

  • 1 x 1.5 inch tray for Star Wars pieces.
  • 2 x 2.5 inch tray for generic small medium, and large ships.
  • 1 x Foam topper

Ultimately, you’re getting more bag than storage, so you’ve got room to grow with a bag like this.

(432) P.A.C.K. 432 Molle Star Wars Wave 1-4 Load Out

Battle Foam P.A.C.K. 432 X-Wing TraysThe same case as above, but with more trays. This one comes with 6 trays that fit the following:

Tray #1

  • 1x Lambda Class Shuttle
  • 1x Slave 1
  • 3x Tie Defenders
  • 5x Tie Phantoms
  • 4x Tie Advanced
  • 4x Tie Bombers
  • 3x Tie Intercepters
  • 4x Tie Fighters

Tray #2

  • 1x Millennium Falcon
  • 3x B-Wings
  • 3x E-Wings
  • 4x X-Wings or Z-95 Headhunters
  • 3x Y-Wings
  • 3x A-Wings
  • 2x HWK-290

Tray #3

  • 2x Tie Bombers
  • 3x Tie Fighters
  • 3x Tie Intercepter
  • 2x Tie Advanced
  • 3x Tie Phantom
  • 2x Tie Defender
  • 2x E-Wings
  • 2x Y-Wings
  • 3x A-Wings
  • 5x X-Wings or Z-95 Headhunters (does not fit the T-70)
  • 1x B-Wing
  • 1x HWK-290

Tray #4

  • 1x Corellian CR90 Corvette
  • 2x Slots for Stems
  • 1x Slot for Base
  • 1x Rebel Transport

Tray #5

  • 20 dials
  • Range Rulers
  • Maneuver templates
  • 15 dials or 40 ship tokens or 15 flight bases
  • 10 dials or 20 ship tokens or 10 flight bases
  • 60 ship tokens

Tray #6

  • 180-240 Pilot cards per faction.
  • 100 Upgrade cards
  • 5-6 bases
  • 35 dials or 100 ship tokens or 30 flight bases
  • 2 Large ship stems

That’s a ton of stuff, making this a pretty great buy.

Star Wars X-Wing Generic Foam Kit for the P.A.C.K. 720 (BFL)

Battle Foam 720 for X-WingAlso, you can just buy the foam trays from Battle Foam if you already have the case. These trays are for the P.A.C.K. 720.

  • 1 x 1.5 inch tray for game pieces
  • 2 x 2 inch trays for generic small ships
  • 1 x 2.5 inch tray for generic small medium and large ships.
  • 1 x 2.5 inch tray for generic medium and large ships
  • 1 x Foam topper

It’s not cheap, but this load-out should cover you for most everything.

Star Wars X-Wing Generic Foam Kit for the P.A.C.K. 432 (BFL)

Battle Foam 432 for X-WingA more affordable tray option than the 720, the 432 tray set has the following load-outs:

  • 1 x 1.5 inch tray for game pieces
  • 2 x 2.5 inch trays for generic small medium and large ships
  • 1 x Foam topper

Many more options can be found on their site.


Like Battle Foam, Feldherr has quite a few options for X-Wing.

Let’s jump in.

Medium Case

Here’s a MEDIUM Case that Feldherr offers for X-Wing. You can change the load-out on this as well for different ship load-outs (specific ships + generic slots).

Each of the options comes with 4 trays and the carrying case. The case is 13.6 x 10.8 x 4.7 inches.

The four options for layouts are:

Hounds Tooth & Slave 1

  • Hound’s Tooth
  • Slave 1
  • 2 x StarVipers
  • 2 x M3-A Interceptors
  • 2 x IG-2000
  • 2 x Z-95
  • Y-wing
  • Space for 20 more ships

Decimator, Slave 1, Lambda

  • VT-49 Decimator
  • Lambda Shuttle
  • Slave 1
  • Space for 10 Star Ships
  • Foam topper

Decimator, Lambda Shuttle, 25 Ships

  • VT-49 Decimator
  • Lambda Shuttle
  • Trays for 25 ships
  • Foam topper

Rebel Transport, YT-2400, Falcon, 15 Ships

  • Rebel Transport + ships
  • Millennium Falcon
  • YT-2400 Freighter
  • Space for 10 ships

The price on these is extremely reasonable for pre-cut trays and a case. A worthwhile investment.


Another option from Feldherr with variable configurations.

This setup is for Rebels Wave 1-10. It’s a little bit more expensive than the MEDIUM Case, but it’s got more room as well.

You can get quite a bit in this case and you can find a full breakdown as well. It fits a lot in there and listing off all the options would take forever.

The bag measures 13.8 x 11 x 7.5 inches, so more storage than the MEDIUM Case.

For the price, this is a great buy.


Going the other way, here’s a MINI. The MINI cases are cool and compact, and also much cheaper than the other cases listed.

This case comes in a generic tray setup, or a setup for scum and villainy. Same price for either option.

The options breakdown to:

32 Miniatures

  • 2 x 35mm trays that each store 16 ships
  • Foam topper

Scum & Villainy

  • 1 Tray for Scum and Villainy
  • 1 Tray for Starships
  • Foam topper

So, you get two trays for the case, and the case measures 11 x 6.9 x 3.9 inches, so relatively small compared to the other choices.

The best part of this case is the price. A great buy-in for a beginner.

There are a few more options as well that I didn’t cover.


You can also just find trays if that’s all you need.

There’s this tray for Scum and Villainy. it’s pre-cut for:

  • 1 x Y-Wing
  • 2 x Z-95
  • 2 x StarViper
  • 2 x M3-A
  • 2 x IG-2000
  • Small and large bases
  • Cards (in sleeves)
  • Compartment for tokens / markers or another ship
  • Also, fits in all Feldherr bags, backpacks and cases!

The tray measures 10.8 x 6.8 x 1.4 inches.


If you’re after something to just store your dials, tokens, and accessories, then Feldherr also has you covered there.

The tray size is 10.8 x 6.8 x 1.8 inches, so it fits into the Feldherr cases.

The cutouts are for:

  • 1 Cut-out for large X-Wing cards
  • 1 Cut-out for small X-Wing cards
  • 3 Cut-outs for X-Wing dials
  • 5 Cut-outs for token, dices and other stuff

A very reasonable price on this too.

Tabletop Tyrant

There’s the Kingmaker from Tabletop Tyrant.

The bag size is 15 x 12 x 6 inches, so a good-sized bag.

The trays have a pre-cut slot for the C-ROC, and generic slots to fit in ships like the X-Wing.

Admittedly, this is on the pricier side of things for a case and trays.


Hopefully you’ve found some useful solutions above to store your X-Wing miniatures.

If you have a solution that I didn’t cover then please let me know in the comments.

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I love painting miniatures and playing Warhammer 40K, Warhammer Underworlds, and Blood Bowl. I'm a very casual player who focuses more on the narrative element.

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