Incase’s Pathway Bags Are As Ruggedly Handsome As George Clooney

Incase’s Pathway Bags Are As Ruggedly Handsome As George Clooney

If you were to ask me what my ideal Christmas morning looked like, then the photograph above is a pretty good answer. I have a thing for bags, cases and sleeves of all kinds, and these leather and cotton twill Pathway bags from Incase make for a compelling range. The only problem is choosing which one you want.

The cases and bags run from $60 for the sleeve up to $250 for the shoulder bag, and in between there are a confusion of tote bags, fancier sleeves and folios. All are padded and have handsome/protective leather trim, and they are variously sized to fit the 11-inch MacBookAir, and the 13 and 15-inch MacBook Pros.

Would I buy one? Nah. I almost never venture out with a notebook these days, and if I do it gets slung into a backpack so I don’t crunch my shoulder with the weight of my pre-Air 13-inch unibody MacBook. If Apple ever puts a 4G SIM slot and a true ten-hour battery into a notebook, though, I might be in the market for a new computer and one of these great-looking bags.

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