Incase 13" Nylon Pro Sling Sleeve for MacBook Pro
Incase 13" Nylon Pro Sling Sleeve for MacBook Pro
Featuring hideaway handles and a removable shoulder strap, the Incase Pro Sling Sleeve is the perfect bag for carrying your MacBook and essentials. A faux fur lined interior protects your MacBook. The interior also features a separate compartment for additional storage for your iPad, charger, cables and other accessories. Deep exterior pockets provide even more storage and organisation. The Pro Sling Sleeve also features a second zip that gives you easy access to the charging port and lets you charge your MacBook while keeping it fully protected.
- Complete notebook protection
- Durable nylon construction
- Plush faux fur lined notebook compartment
- Internal compartment divider separates notebook from other items
- Interior slip pocket sized to fit iPad
- Second zip provides direct access to MagSafe port for easy in-sleeve charging
- External pockets for additional storage and organization
Did you notice?A second zip provides direct access to the MagSafe port for easy charging while in-sleeve.
Apple Recommends ForA protective carrying solution for your MacBook that also provides extra storage.
What's in the Box?
- Incase Nylon Pro Sling Sleeve
- Form Factor : Shoulder Bag, Sleeve
- Material : Fabric, Nylon
- Mfr. Part Number : CL60264
- UPC or EAN No. : 650450125862
- Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Ratings & Reviews
If using the 13" model to hold a 13" MacBook Pro and iPad, this sleeve is too tight and really doesn't leave enough room for cable If using the 13" model to hold a 13" MacBook Pro and iPad, this sleeve is too tight and really doesn't leave enough room for cables, etc. I traded mine in for the 15" Sling Sleeve Deluxe, and am MUCH happier. …
- Written by Jon G from Tulsa
75 of 94 people found this useful
I should have went with something else.
I was so excited when I received this bag. I needed something that was cute and easy to carry for school. I liked everything about I was so excited when I received this bag. I needed something that was cute and easy to carry for school. I liked everything about the bag which is why I gave it 2 stars, super cute, functional, & comfortable. BUT I was very disappointed after using the bag only TWO times. I was using the second zipper to charge my laptop easily. Once it was done charging I zippered it up.... but it didn't close. Then I tried zipping it up in the other direction.... still didn't closed. The zipper just does NOT close. This was only my SECOND time using it and I was not being aggressive with the zipper, it just stopped zipping closed. So now I have a open zipper on my bag and every time it rains i need to worry about water getting into my Mac (and it has happened due to this problem). There goes $60 that I'll never see again. And now I need to buy a different bag and spend more money! …
- Written by Jennifer R from Maspeth
65 of 94 people found this useful
my favourite laptop bag
This is my favourite laptop bag. I've had 2 other Incase laptop sling bags and always found the fit and finish great. They're also This is my favourite laptop bag. I've had 2 other Incase laptop sling bags and always found the fit and finish great. They're also practical and what's important for me... not too bulky.
When I had to get a new bag for my wife's 13" Macbook I searched around a bit and found the Applestore to be cheaper than Best Buy and Futureshop... surprisingly.
I especially like the add features like fur lining, and the charging opening. …
- Written by Jim W from Toronto
44 of 53 people found this useful
The Best Bag on the Planet.
The lighter the better. I carry a Macbook Pro 13" Retina on my shoulder all day visit customers. The more room you have the more The lighter the better. I carry a Macbook Pro 13" Retina on my shoulder all day visit customers. The more room you have the more garbage you stuff in. You get use to doing without. If I go out of town I put the charger in my carryon bag. The weight on my should and the small form factor on the bag is what is important. Some business cards and a Daytimer and some meds and I'm good. …
- Written by Jeff R from Laguna Niguel
2 of 2 people found this useful
Great build quality (strong zips and small chances of stuff fraying) and texture. Strap is also reliable and comfortable. Can be t Great build quality (strong zips and small chances of stuff fraying) and texture. Strap is also reliable and comfortable. Can be tightened to either hug the body closely or loosened to hang. Cushioning is very soft for the MacBook (I use an Air).
Plenty more space for flat surfaces like notepads and iPads etc. Front pockets are quite tight though and it feels like a struggle to fit in a charger. Fits easier when the charger is dismantled but still not effortless. Probably best to carry just one charger and keep USB cables for iPhones/iPads.
Everything is very compact but the space is smartly used. …
- Written by Yuan P from London
6 of 6 people found this useful
Great product in theory, but like another reviewer I had the zipper on the charging port opening break after light use with no str Great product in theory, but like another reviewer I had the zipper on the charging port opening break after light use with no stress whatsoever. Seems like a problem with the design since the zipper has to manage a very sharp curve around the edge of the case. Would be a five-start rating otherwsie. …
- Written by Stephen T from Marietta
5 of 7 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
will the 13" macbook pro fit with a case on it
- Asked by Gisselle G from Philadelphia
- Oct 14, 2013
- Answered by Matthew G from Atlanta
- Sep 14, 2014
How is this different from the City Brief model?
- Asked by Kristin P from Denver
- Dec 18, 2013
I just saw them both in person at the store just now so here are some of the differences I noticed. I just saw them both in person at the store just now so here are some of the differences I noticed. They both have 2 separate pockets on the outside but the city sleeve has one zipper for both pockets while the city brief has 2 zippers (1 for each pocket). The material is different, I think the sleeve is nylon and the brief is polyester. The material in the brief seemed more durable in my opinion. The brief is a little thicker or wider when viewed from the side and I think it has a little more cushioning for the laptop. Also, the city sleeve has an extra zipper at the bottom to open and plug in the charger with the laptop in the case but the brief does not have that zipper. I chose to buy the city brief because I thought it was a better bag overall, although they were both good bags. …
- Answered by Sepehr S from Sherman Oaks
- Jan 12, 2014
Will this bag fit the non-retina 15'' MacBook Pro?
- Asked by Rohit S from Toronto
- Nov 5, 2012
Hey, I have had this bag for about 2 weeks now after reading Leiah's review. This does in fact fit t Hey, I have had this bag for about 2 weeks now after reading Leiah's review. This does in fact fit the 15'' MacBook Pro with room to spare. There is more than enough space in this bag (after inserting laptop) to carry 100-150 sheets of paper, MagSafe charger, stationary, notebook, a magazine, and my cell phone charger (what I usually carry in here everyday).
Very well constructed and there are no loose threads as of yet. Only improvement I wish to see is a velcro or snap pocket on the interior to keep emergency change. …
- Answered by Rohit S from Toronto
- Jan 27, 2013
Will the 15" case hold a hardshell cover too
- Asked by Sue D
- Dec 16, 2012
Yes it does. I have a Speck hard shell case on my MBP with Retina Display and it does fit. It is how Yes it does. I have a Speck hard shell case on my MBP with Retina Display and it does fit. It is however a tight fit and I prefer to use the bag without the hard shell case on. …
- Answered by Marcus E from Tempe
- Dec 27, 2012
will this work for 11 in MacBook Air?
- Asked by William T R from Norman
- Dec 16, 2012