Slim profile. This NEW, lightweight, compact Outback Solo has a wide front pocket to accommodate a range of accessories. The main compartment is sized to fit the NEW Surface Pro and multiple MacBook sizes.
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WaterField Designs introduces the Outback Solo 2.0 — a refresh of the company’s popular minimalist laptop bag, now with additional storage capacity and a similarly light and compact form. The new Solo 2.0 is custom-sized for Microsoft’s New Surface Pro, and new MacBook models. The meticulously-crafted waxed canvas and premium leather minimalist laptop case holds a computer or tablet and all accessories needed for a light day at the office or café.
“To complement the thin profile of the New Surface Pro and the slim MacBooks, this version of the Solo has a sleeker look yet can hold more accessories,” noted Gary Waterfield, company founder. “Your phone, power block, and cables can all fit in this compact carry case. I can tuck the Solo under my arm when I dash out for a quick cup of coffee, or with the strap, wear it over my shoulder for longer periods.”
The rugged and compact Outback Solo cradles the New Surface Pro or MacBook with two layers of protection — high-grade neoprene enveloped in highly water-resistant, waxed canvas. The full-grain, naturally-tanned leather flap closes firmly with an invisible magnet allowing for work-friendly silent access. Two pleated front pockets expand to hold a wallet, keys, adapter, cords, and include two dedicated pockets within — one for a phone and one for the Surface Pencil or Apple Pen. When not filled to capacity, these front pockets remain flat. A new pull tab allows users to easily remove the computer from the case. A removable shoulder strap allows the bag to be worn crossbody or off one shoulder, or without the strap as a case, tossed under an arm or into another bag.
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