Quick question for Tibuk2 Command users

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by case2001, Jan 9, 2015.

  1. case2001 macrumors 6502

    Sep 9, 2010
    I have been using a regular Timbuk2 messenger bag with my MacBook AIr 13 and putting her in a semi hard sleeve by caselogic. I have a new Command bag and am not sure if it is padded enough as it comes to just put the MacBook Air in naked. I like it better that way because the bag is even smaller.

    Does anyone know or have thoughts?? Thanks!
  2. Dweez macrumors 65816


    Jun 13, 2011
    Down by the river
    I've got a Timbuk2 Command bag as well, my 13" MBA wears a Moshi iGlaze skin and I just toss the laptop into the bag. It traveled with me all of 2014 (100k+ air miles) and 1/2 of 2013 (wearing different skins, always in the same bag) and is still in very good shape.

    With that said, I'd think that anything you'd do for additional padding / protection will be above and beyond the call of duty. :)
  3. case2001 thread starter macrumors 6502

    Sep 9, 2010
    Thanks. I appreciate it. I have an iPearl case that I have on it. So, I think between the Timbuk2 protection and the iPearl case I will be ok. It just goes home to office. Not anywhere near 100k air miles!! I love the bag! Highly recommended!
  4. jedolley macrumors 68000

    Sep 18, 2009
    Strap length

    I have a separate question in regards to the Command messenger... I recently received the classic messenger, but did not like it due to the strap length. I suppose, I do not like wearing it like a bicycle messenger, but more across the body and sitting at my hip. Does the Command messenger have a longer strap that would allow me to wear it like that, or is it like the Classic?
  5. case2001 thread starter macrumors 6502

    Sep 9, 2010
    I depends on how tall you are. I have the a Classic Timbuk2 messenger as well. I is the large. If I let strap out as far as it will go it is just at my hip and I am 5'9". I have the medium Command. With it all the way out it is just above my hip. About half way in it rides across the small of my back.

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