Review: Incase’s Nylon Sleeve For The 13″ MacBook Pro

Are you looking for a sleeve to protect your MacBook Pro when it’s bundled with books and supplies in a backpack or for general coverage? Incase’s Nylon Protective Sleeve for the 13″ MacBook Pro not only does the job but looks great.

About Incase’s Nylon sleeve

The Nylon sleeve comes in various color schemes but for this review we looked at Incase’s signature black and green sleeve. The outside of the sleeve is black and complimented by green around the zippers, tag and interior. A plush interior made up of faux-fur gives the MacBook Pro a comfortable home to live in.

Incase bills the sleeves as form fitting while providing complete protection and I couldn’t agree more. The front pocket is large enough to fit small accessories such as a headphones, cables, cleaning cloth and an iPod. Cramming a charger stretches the sleeve and adds unnecessary bulge that tightens the sleeve up.

Using The Sleeve

Incase’s Nylon Sleeve is one of those accessories you wouldn’t think about until you use it but that’s the beauty of this particular sleeve. The sleeve fits snugly around your MacBook Pro and gives more than enough protection against objects that may be in your backpack, bag or would normally come in contact with your laptop. The snug fit can make it too tight to pull out your MacBook Pro but is a tradeoff for great protection.

The sleeve focusses on the bare essentials and puts protection before anything else yet still looks good. The sleeve is extremely light and doesn’t add unnecessary bulk or weight to your MacBook Pro making it easy to carry around.

Final Word

Should you buy this case? Without a doubt! I’d highly recommend this sleeve for your MacBook Pro.

-Slim and light
-Comfortable interior
-Provides great protection for your MacBook Pro

-Tight fit might make it a bit harder to pull MacBook Pro out of sleeve

Tanner Godarzi
Tanner is tech-savvy with an eye for great content who is pursuing his Bachelors of Science in Web Design and Interactive Media from the Art Institute of California—Orange County. Tanner has been a freelance Blogger and Social Media consultant for over 4 years and contributed content for O'Reilly's "Big Book Of Apple Hacks." Tanner has blogged for industry notables such as Hadley Stern for Apple Matters, C.K. for Obsessable and gave insight about Social Media for The Blog Herald. Tanner resides in Huntington Beach and is a cycling enthusiast.


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