The practical minimalists solution: Traveling iPads slide in snugly, protected from bumps, knocks, dust and scratches. It's the everyday, in-and-out, fastest, lightest, easiest protection system available. And is made by us, right here, from custom-engineered materials (developed for our range of laptop cases #9147-9157-9198-9158-9148). This three layer laminate has tough nylon twill outside, a soft brushed fleece inside and a .20 inch layer of impact material sandwiched between. It looks great and wears well. Soft, but not floppy - empty it holds it's shape. And it's lightweight. iPad's travel safe and secure inside any backpack, duffel or courier bag. Elegant, superior simplicity. Pure protection. 9.25"×11".
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Why We Make Our Own Padded Sleeves and Cases...
Because the ones in stores suck. Especially for everyday motorcycle and scooter riding. Aerostich padded cases and sleeves are not overly-complicated, or overly anything. They are simple, practical designs, made at our Duluth shop, using a very lightweight yet flexible (but still semi-stiff) open-cell foam, not floppy neoprene. And no redundant zippers or pockets either.
Inside is thin soft polyester fleece laminate. Outside is a lightweight abrasion-resistant slightly slippery twill laminate. And around the edge is a strong Nylon binding tape.
Slide your tablet or notebook in. It stays there by slight friction against the fit and fleece. Comes out faster and easier, too. If a cover flap is involved it secures with only a few simple pieces of hook & loop. Your device is protected and ready to pack along without extra weight or bulk.
Lastly, these cases are really durable. I’m still using a ten year old prototype every day. And it’s showing only minimal wear.
— Mr. Subjective, Aug 2013