Waterfield laptop sleeves combine customization and functionality with unique style and a different look. The SleeveCase and Outback answers the call for an all-in-one laptop case without all the bulk.
The nylon case of the SleeveCase allows for excellent protection of your Mac via an inside neoprene cushion, and suffers no aesthetic qualities with its simple, straightforward design. A velcro flap protects your computer, and the case can be customized in terms of trim style, shoulder straps, and additional pouches for increased storage.
The Outback Laptop Sleeve is a more unique style of case that has a worn look, but still an amazing amount of protection for your laptop. This case does not have a flap, but rather a snap button to hold your computer in place. Made of time-worn, waxed canvas covering the inside neoprene cushion, the Outback definitely looks less like a traditional case. Customizable from the trim to the orientation (vertical or horizontal), the Outback offers a different feel to it.
Personally, I was more of a fan of the SleeveCase, simply because I appreciated the velcro flap. The Outback’s one flaw laid in the open top, which sometimes allowed for smaller objects such as pencils or pens (or whatever was crammed into my bag besides the computer) to sneak into the case. In terms of design though, I preferred the Outback due to its unique appeal. Check out these awesome cases and decide for yourself.