HEX Brings Summer Early, Launches Nautically-Styled ‘Cabana’ MacBook Bags and Sleeves

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Back when I lived in SoCal, I was fixated with the coast. The sand, the surf, the sailboats. In fact, I often sailed out of Oxnard, a sleepy seaside burb just north of Los Angeles, which also happens to hide Mac-friendly bag-maker HEX.

Makes sense, then, that they’d launch the nautically themed Cabana collection, a heavily striped gathering of MacBook carriers and cases, and even an iPhone case. And nothing says “boating” more than a copious helping of stripes. But the bags aren’t just all about looks; they’re also all constructed of tough, water-resistant waxed canvas. I can practically hear the seagulls.

Prices range from $40 for the Cabana MacBook sleeve (with options from everything from an 11″ Air all the way up to a 15″ Pro) to $100 for the Cabana Sonic Backpack, which comes with a zippered outer iPad pocket and a ships-hold of a main compartment that’s large enough to swallow a 17″ MBP.

We couldn’t find the iPhone case on HEX’s site (perhaps it floated off); but it’ll probably run $35 or $40 when it finally surfaces.

  • seaaalex

    “Oxnard, a sleepy seaside burb just north of Los Angeles,”

    WOW I have never heard it described that way … I do recall several run-ins with gangbangers though..

  • elimilchman

    Yeah, perhaps it’s not that sleepy, except when compared with L.A.