City Slicker Is A Slim MacBook Air Sleeve From San Francisco

Believe it or not, some people still carry around laptops. Sure, those laptops are ultra-thin MacBook Airs, but they’re laptops nonetheless, used in ignorance of the real future of portable work — the iPad paired up with a Bluetooth keyboard.

Still, we don’t judge you luddites out there. And to prove it, we bring you this sleek little sleeve made just for your MacBook Air. It’s called the City Slicker, and it comes from SF Bags in San Francisco.

The City Slicker is as slim as the MacBook it is designed to hold, and yet provides good protection. I have a keyboard case from SF Bags and it manages to be both tough and skinny. Still, the City Slicker has some extra protection on the bottom edge of the case to stop the Mac getting dented up when you set it down too hard.

It also has pockets. As you can see in the video demo, there’s a magazine (or iPad) pocket round back, plus four smaller pouches under the flap at the front.

If I was the kind of person who still used a “truck” like this, and had to carry around a charger (remember those?), a mouse and (snicker) a paper magazine, then I’d jump on this case. Or rather, I’d save up my $129 or $139 and then jump on it. Available now.

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    That is one thick dime.

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