Best Looking/Nicest MacBook 13.3 sleeve

mac000

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Sep 6, 2005
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ok i need some suggestions on a macbook sleeve/case.

I do not want to spend a lot of money, i use to have the "Incase" black w/ interior lime green sleeve for my iBook and it was pretty nice. But now i need something along those lines, any suggestions are welcome.

please provide some links/websites where to go to! thanks people.

current owners of macbook/macbook sleeves are preferred!
 

mustard

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Dec 28, 2005
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mac000 said:
ok i need some suggestions on a macbook sleeve/case.

I do not want to spend a lot of money, i use to have the "Incase" black w/ interior lime green sleeve for my iBook and it was pretty nice. But now i need something along those lines, any suggestions are welcome.

please provide some links/websites where to go to! thanks people.

current owners of macbook/macbook sleeves are preferred!
I recommend the ACME MADE bags. I have a "Slim Cargo - gray flannel" for my MBP.

They offer the "Slim" & the "Slim Cargo" which is more bag like w/extra compartments. They are pricey if you opt for any of the designer fabrics but the black ballistic nylon isn't too unreasonable albeit a little higher than some other options, but it is overall a great bag & value.

Edit: OOPS they can be found at www.acmemade.com
 

vega07

macrumors 65816
Aug 7, 2006
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mustard said:
I recommend the ACME MADE bags. I have a "Slim Cargo - gray flannel" for my MBP.

They offer the "Slim" & the "Slim Cargo" which is more bag like w/extra compartments. They are pricey if you opt for any of the designer fabrics but the black ballistic nylon isn't too unreasonable albeit a little higher than some other options, but it is overall a great bag & value.

Edit: OOPS they can be found at www.acmemade.com
they're very expensive, but very sleek.
 

imnotatfault

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Jan 26, 2004
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mac000 said:
i use to have the "Incase" black w/ interior lime green sleeve for my iBook and it was pretty nice. But now i need something along those lines, any suggestions are welcome.
Why not just get another Incase? Those are great IMO.
 

Radar

macrumors newbie
Aug 28, 2006
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Try http://www.foofpod.com
It's an Australian store, but shipping to Ireland was cheap. I have the red cord macbook pro sleeve and I'm very happy. There are some pretty wacky ones on the site, but all seem to be made from quality material.
Regards
 

Nikhil72

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Oct 21, 2005
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I love sleeves from WaterField Designs (www.sfbags.com). Their bags are highly customizable; the MacBook sleeve can run you anywhere from $39 (sleeve-only) to $109 (Sleeve+suspension strap+piggyback+flap=full lightweight case). They come highly recommended from many people online.

They definitely feel more durable than the InCases that I have seen in the Apple store.
 

yojitani

macrumors 68000
Apr 28, 2005
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An octopus's garden
Nikhil72 said:
I love sleeves from WaterField Designs (www.sfbags.com). Their bags are highly customizable; the MacBook sleeve can run you anywhere from $39 (sleeve-only) to $109 (Sleeve+suspension strap+piggyback+flap=full lightweight case). They come highly recommended from many people online.

They definitely feel more durable than the InCases that I have seen in the Apple store.
I'm cm's from buying a Waterfield MacBook sleeve, but I'm wanting to know how padded it is. A lot of sleeves seem to flimsy to me. I'm going to be carrying my MB in an existing backpack that is usually loaded with books and papers, so I want something that is going to be affordable (which the Waterfield is only just) and durable. The config I was thinking of was everything aside from the strap (since I have more than enough straps lying around). Do you think the Waterfield will work?

Thanks!
yt
 

GossipQueen

macrumors newbie
Dec 16, 2010
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My search for a laptop bag for my Macbook Pro 13" is endless! It's either I'm being picky or the ones I like are too expensive :T