Take your MacBook Pro anywhere and everywhere with this stylish discreet laptop satchel custom made for your 15” MacBook Pro, including lots of useful pockets to organise your accessories and generous internal space for books, folders and personal stuff, plus padded back and shoulder strap for comfort.
Made from rugged 16oz cotton canvas with a built in padded notebook sleeve and leather base to make sure your 15” MacBook Pro is well protected.
- 16oz cotton canvas exterior with shower-proof finish
- Strong and supple leather base
- Two functional buckle front closures
- Two large external zip up pockets for power cord and accessories
- Strong webbing strap
- Padded shoulder pad
- Comfortable padded back
- UPC or EAN No. : 5060167430206
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Ratings & Reviews
nice decoration for your macbooks
a well designed, made bag, which has a padded inside pocket dedicated for a 15" macbook pro, as well as a little one for your iPod nano. the whole bag itself definitely does not seem to be sort of bag which can take tons of pressure from outside to protect your laptop, on the other hand it definitely enables you to travel with your macbook pro in style.
apple's online description is a little vague, as the strap closures and bottom of this bag is actually made of leather like material. the front straps do not seem like genuine leather, but i am unsure about the bottom bit.
the bag is not huge, pictures on apple store pretty much tell you how much stuff it can actually take.
balanced functionality with style (if you like the style of course)
reasonable protection, but i would not count on it
4 star, a fair rate.
- Written by Ge H from Lincoln
86 of 94 people found this useful
Fantastic bag, BUT
I really do love this bag and I must say the quality of its construction is just perfect, BUT there are a few things that could be improved or were overlooked when it was designed.
Firstly your Macbook Pro will not fit in the compartment if you have it in an Incase neoprene sleeve. This is a bit annoying as it would have offered the Macbook more protection from bumps and the elements such as heavy rain.
Secondly the ipod/mobile phone pocket on the inside of the main compartment is to small to fit an Iphone 3gs or Touch into, Doh.
The pocket on the front is big enough to fit your psu and mains lead, mighty mouse, and an assortment of other cables, this leaves free a nice large space in the main compartment and two smaller pockets.
As I said its a great bag buillt to the standards you would expect from an Ally bag, but is a shame its let down by the first two points. …
- Written by adrian C from CHICHESTER
79 of 84 people found this useful
A really great bag
I have one of these bags to go with my 15" MacBook Pro. I really could not be happier with it. The quality is great, the materia ls used are first class.
The Canvas is soft and very tactile, but seems strong and hard waring too.
The lining material is just right soft without being fluffy, and strong. It will protect your Mac well. The MacBook section is padded, and fits a Unibody 15" like a glove. The top of the Mac is not covered by the compartment, but there is a strap to make sure that things are secure. This is not "ultimate" protection but it will definitely keep things safe in day to day use, and using traditional materials (which I like).
There is plenty of storage for my everyday needs, and a bit of spare space too. All compartments are a good size, and 3 of them are zip fastened so very secure too.
I have done some leather working in the past, and I think that all the leather straps, reinforcing etc. are genuine leather. Not only that but they are some of the highest quality pieces of leather I have seen on any modern piece of luggage for quite some time.
Likewise the buckles and other pieces of metalwork are all very high quality and should last a lifetime. No cheap die-cast buckles here. The zips are also very nice quality brass ones.
The whole bag is very nice quality, and in my opinion very much worth the money. A quality design executed with high quality traditional materials. …
- Written by Paul S from Eastbourne
42 of 44 people found this useful
Very well made, looks good - not for bad weather
I bought the khaki version of this bag with my 15inch MBP almost 2 years ago now. after 24 months it still looks and performs very well
the styling - in my opinion does not shout I've got a laptop and goes particularly well with a casual outfit. Looks a little out of place with a smart outfit.
Build quality - lovely fittings. Admittedly I do not commute on the tube though so its use is relatively light .
The main flap has limited overlap so this is certainly not water or shower proof so caution would be needed with a laptop if its really chucking it down.
I think overall I like it because of the relaxed styling and build quality but would not recommend it if you have a very busy/ bargy commute. …
- Written by Jonathan S from Oxford
3 of 3 people found this useful
I purchased this bag to go with with a mid 2012 15" Retina MacBook Pro.
This is a nice bag and lovely design. It looks like a casual satchel possibly deterring someone from making off with your precious MacBook.
The leather straps and trim appear to be bonded leather but I can't be sure. I have had a considerable amount of bad luck with men's bonded leather belts (splitting) and refuse to buy them anymore. I'm hoping the bag's straps are made of sterner stuff.
The shoulder strap was only just long enough for me, adjusted to the maximum length it sits just right. I'm a slim 6'4", but if you're a bit wider than me your mileage may vary.
The satchel's flap does leave open edges when closed so watch out for rain showers. With that in mind I purchased an Incase 15" Neoprene Slim Sleeve to help waterproof my MacBook. You can put the rMBP into the sleeve and then it does fit into the proper pocket inside the satchel. …
- Written by Stephen M from LONDON
7 of 7 people found this useful
Nice, but not really that great as a laptop bag
The bag is very nice and different from most laptop bags you see, however there are some fundamental flaws with it. The padding of the laptop area is too thin and wouldn't protect the laptop with a knock (my MacBook Air received a dent whilst being stored in an overhead-bin on a flight), the storage is restricted to 3 pockets with everything thrown together and finally, the phone pocket doesn't hold an iPhone. Not really "designed for Apple" with the final issue. I now use my bag for carrying my iPad and if I need my laptop, the Crumpler comes back out. …
- Written by Kai G from Wantage
6 of 6 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
- Asked by Ugonna A
It is certainly showerproof, but a good downpour may well see water soaking through it. You also ha ve to ensure the flap is covering the sides of the bag or water may get in that way too. …
- Answered by Paul S
- Asked by L. Michele C from Mattinata
No. It fits the 15" snugly.
- Answered by Geraint R from Carmarthen
- Asked by Martin H