Son of a Geek

Son of a Geek (SOG) is 5 years old, but loves to borrow his mom's iPod, DS, PSP, Wii etc. Reviews in this blog are based on the both SOG's view and his mom's :P

minimalmac:

Let’s just say that you kind of like military-grade style bags — like the GORUCK GR1 for example. And, let’s just say that, while the dedicated laptop compartment in the back is just great, sometimes you might want options. Let’s say that you might want a piece of kit that can hold both your MacBook Air and an iPad inside the main compartment of the bag with some element of protection from your other gear in there. But, let’s just say it might be nice if this worked as a standalone bag that has D-rings of it’s own that you can attach a strap to when you want to leave the full ruck behind and go minimal with just the stuff you need. And, finally, let’s just say you want it to have the same tactical look and feel as your ruck.
Then, you want this Cargo Works Macbook Air + iPad Sleeve.
Let’s just say I bought one. Let’s just say, it’s great.

Something for mommy :) hint hint

minimalmac:

Let’s just say that you kind of like military-grade style bags — like the GORUCK GR1 for example. And, let’s just say that, while the dedicated laptop compartment in the back is just great, sometimes you might want options. Let’s say that you might want a piece of kit that can hold both your MacBook Air and an iPad inside the main compartment of the bag with some element of protection from your other gear in there. But, let’s just say it might be nice if this worked as a standalone bag that has D-rings of it’s own that you can attach a strap to when you want to leave the full ruck behind and go minimal with just the stuff you need. And, finally, let’s just say you want it to have the same tactical look and feel as your ruck.

Then, you want this Cargo Works Macbook Air + iPad Sleeve.

Let’s just say I bought one. Let’s just say, it’s great.

Something for mommy :) hint hint