Cargo Works Tactical MacBook/iPad Sleeves

May 14, 2014

Category: Gear

As a company, Apple prides itself not only on innovation, but also its ability to create intuitive products that are easy to use. So, if you’re gonna carry a few of those products around all day, it makes no sense to stuff them into a dusty, Indiana Jones-like burlap sack.

Instead, consider these Sleeves by Cargo Works that can carry both a MacBook Air and an iPad simultaneously, giving you a stylish and safe way to tote your precious tech around town. The well-padded neoprene-lined zipper compartment means you can go “Whoops!” once in a while and not have to worry about anything breaking, and with 900 denier polyester canvas and military grade nylon webbing, your stuff will be safe even if you find yourself inside a rare Starbucks melee. Available for the 11” and 13” MacBook Air. [Purchase]

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