Patagonia Minimass

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  1. nicoritschel macrumors regular

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    I was inspired by RKB and his half mass patagonia bag for his 13" MBA, and went to check out a mini mass, the little brother to the half mass. The 11.6" MBA fit perfectly, so I decided to buy it.

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    It's an awesome bag-its only pitfall is the lack of a built in laptop sleeve, but I have a colcasac sleeve on the way [​IMG]
     
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  3. rkb macrumors member

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    Congrats!! I love the size in both the bag and MBA. It's funny, I actually had the 11 in 64Gb MBA for a week and took it back as I wanted a larger HD. BestBut took it back without any problems and the day ended with me taking home the 13. If I had it to do over I'd stuck with the 11, just more loaded version.

    BTW, the color is great!
     
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  5. einmusiker macrumors 68030

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    ordered mine in mineral springs blue on sale for 49 bucks
     
  6. nicoritschel thread starter macrumors regular

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    I'm pretty sure that I'll actually return the colcasac, as I just bought a wrapsol film.
     
  7. potentpotable macrumors regular

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    Even though I ordered an SFbags suede sleeve because it was super thin and light, I've been eying the Colcasac for a while. Is it actually super soft??

    And isn't it as heavy as an iPad, at 18.5oz (1.15lbs)?
     
  8. nicoritschel thread starter macrumors regular

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    I haven't received it yet. Hopefully today or sometime tomorrow. But regarding the weight, I believe that refers to the weight (ounces per square yard) of the exterior hemp material.
     

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