BookBook Travel Journal by Twelve South

Nov 18, 2013

Category: Gear

As Ron Burgundy knows, one’s importance is primarily determined by their collection of fine leather-bound books. We say fake the books and stay classy with the BookBook Travel Journal ($100) from Twelve South. This is an iPad carrying case that, by looking like an old-time book, will discourage thieves from peeping your gear, while at the same time encouraging the ladies to admire your savoir-faire. The vintage leather case has a soft, lined compartment that holds all iPad or iPad mini models; yes, including the new iPad Air.

The BookBook Travel Journal’s two hardback book covers and rigid spine mean your precious tablet will stay safe. It also offers dual zippers and a plethora of pockets and straps to protect your headphones, adapters, chargers, batteries, cables and advance screening tickets for Anchorman 2 (shameless plug, even though we don’t get a dime for it).

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