Mar 09 2012

New Muzetto Outback

If you find yourself returning obsessively to the WaterField designs webpage to look at bags, cases and storage options over…and over…and over again than you are my kind of person. Neurotic, a bit obsessive but with a taste for quality!

The WaterField Muzetto has long been a piece of lust-worthy carry in all it’s leather man purse glory. Perfect for carting all of your daily carry.

If leather is not your thing or you couldn’t quite justify the price tag for the original Muzetto, than WaterField has a really interesting variation for you: the Muzetto Outback.

The Muzetto Outback is a vertical messenger bag with one main compartment to hold the iPad, a back pocket for easy-to-retrieve paperwork, a pocket under the flap, a zippered interior pocket for stashing cash, and an adjustable strap. A gold liner lights up the interior making it easy to see contents. To reduce shoulder and back fatigue, a removable, shoulder pad with a gripping underside keeps the strap firmly in place. The bag’s flap length and angled sides add to a svelte look. The Outback’s urban rustic style complements anything from casual work outfits to well-worn hiking boots.

Made from waxed canvas, the Muzetto is offered in four sizes and is the kind of material that will only gain interest and character as it ages. Sign me up for one of the 10 inch versions to tuck my iPad and accessories into!

Available with 6 different accent colors, it is up for pre-order now.

Pricing & Availability:

Personal Size Price: $149
Dimensions: 10.5″ x 8.5″ x 1.5″

10-inch Portable Size Price: $159
Dimensions: 11.5″ x 9.3″ x 2.0″

11-inch Size Price: $169
Dimensions: 12.25″ x 9.75″ x 2.25″

13-inch Laptop Size Price: $179
Dimensions: 14″ x 11″ x 2.5″

15-inch Laptop Size Price: $189
Dimensions: 15.5″ x 11.75″ x 2.7″

Colors: Distressed, dark brown, waxed canvas with color accents in black, copper, pine, green, flame, or pearl.

Shipping begins by March 26, 2012.

WaterField Designs
Made in San Francisco

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