Tom has designed a new size of Horizontal Cache sleeve specifically for the new 11″ MacBook Air that was introduced today by Apple. Size Air11 is available for pre-order and ships by early November. Also available and ready to ship immediately is the Size Air13, which fits all versions of 13.3″ MacBook Air. The Cache sleeve is designed to be used on its own or slipped inside of our Co-Pilot travel bag, Large Cafe Bag, Imago messenger bag, or any larger TOM BIHN bags. One may also use the Cache inside of their current messenger bag, briefcase, or backpack.
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“I am impressed with everything. The pockets hold what I need them to, there are d-rings in the front, and it shipped with a key strap. I need to rethink my keys (there are 3 rings and the car keys are just absurd, especially since I don’t drive) but it’s nice to finally have my office keys on a strap that I can find early in the morning. My berry is spoiled by a fleece pouch. My pens enjoy their neat home. The ruler doesn’t know what to make of its new abode, it’s used to being on the very bottom. My moleskine planner, writersbloc log books, and the sony LOVE not having to compete with akepa for space. I’m happy that if a post-it is on the cover of any of the books chances are when I next take it out, it’ll still be there because there wasn’t a competition for (something) going on while I put them all together.”
“This bag can fit an incredible amount of “stuff,” which I love, since I’m known to bring nearly everything but the kitchen sink in my carry-on. (I follow the Boy Scout motto, “Be prepared.”)”
See also a video demonstrating the Checkpoint Flyer: