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I have been in love with Incase since purchasing my very first pack several years ago. The quality and attention to detail rivals that of the Apple products they are built for. This Campus Pack is one of my favorite packs they have come out with. The colorway, pocket structure and overall design is just awesome.
I recently upgraded to the new MacBook Pro and I am loving it even more than I thought I would. I am sure I am not the only DJ to drop $1,800 on a new laptop and be a little hesitant to take it to my next gig in a dirty, rowdy club full of drunkards. So I am thinking one of the investments I will be quickly be making is the Incase Hardshell Case. The design of the case looks to be very unobtrusive and still providing a lot of protection. They offer several different colors and the price tag is $49.95. A small price to protect such a valuable piece of equipment.
I have posted many times before about Incase. I have also owned many of their products and have alway been very happy with the quality. For this pack Incase has teamed up with skateboarder Paul Rodriguez to come up with a colorway and funtions that I have never seen from them. The obvious feature that’s different is the skatebaord straps on the back of the pack, but also slots for iPod and headphones. I hope to see more collaborations like this from Incase and maybe DJs or musicians.
photos via Freshness
I really wish I had discovered this before venturing out of the country for the summer. The Incase Travel Dop Kit is a mini case meant for your iPhone, iPod and other goodies that need some extra protection. The case has a fur lined pocket with cord management, mesh pockets and a removable accessory clip. It’s a simple case, but I have a thing for bags whether they are small, big or whatever their function. Especially if they are made with the attention and quality of Incase bags.
In order to help my friends and family out with their Christmas shopping I devised a little list of realistic wishables. I know it’s a bit late, but just in case you are able to add a few more things to your own wish list I thought I might share some suggestions of things you might like as well.
At the top of the list is the WESC Stretch Armstrong Bagpipe Headphones. Even though WESC makes quality stuff, at first I had reservations about these. But after listening to them, and then seeing this colorway with the maroon and baby blue I was sold. Read more below to see more goods that topped my list.
Incase has been making quality products for years. Not only are they high quality, but they look good and are always designed well. In general I am not super keen on iPhone cases. Most of them are bulky, rubbery and really detract for the iPhone’s sleek design. However, If there was one iPhone case I would use it would most likely be Incase’s Slider Case. The case is protective with its internal rubber gaurdrails, but doesn’t detract too much from the iPhone’s sleekness with its 1mm thin plastic case. The case shown above is a special new design done by the artist Parra. It will be available October 24th at the Incase webstore, select Apple Stores and Arktip.
For all of those who own a laptop and are sick and tired of carrying around some lame-ass leather brief-case-lookin-thing that could have been a “hand me down” from your grandpa, InCase is here to save the day. Last month while I was in Denver I got the chance to visit the Apple Store there and they had a bunch of these bags there. I fell in love. Unfortunatly they didn’t have this little baby featured above. InCase also makes a lot of other fresh bags for iPods, Guitars and more. I am gonna be sportin’ one of these next paycheck for sure.