WaterField Designs Muzetto Outback and SleeveCase for Microsoft Surface Pro (review)

WaterField Designs Muzetto Outback and SleeveCase for Microsoft Surface Pro (review)

Summary: For the last couple of weeks, I have been using the Muzetto Outback vertical messenger bag to carry a much lighter load during my daily commute and am loving the experience.

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  • Back view with pocket

    The current generation SleeveCase has a lot more front and back padding than I remember from the past. There is soft black material inside the compartment with that same soft material under the flap. The flap is secured with velcro and a heavy nylon strap backs up the center of the flap.

    There is a loop around the center of the trim piece that is helpful for pulling the SleeveCase off your Surface while you hold on to the Surface from within the compartment.

  • Sliding the Surface Pro into the SleeveCase

  • Perfect fit

    I like that there is a large pocket on the backside of the SleeveCase, under where the flap is secured on the back. I have been using this pocket to carry my Surface stylus and USB cable.

Topics: Mobility, Reviews, Microsoft Surface

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  • I can just see Matt on the Cat Walk now. Oh, the horror, the horror.

    Are you trying to out style Mr. Kendrick?
    kenosha77a
  • question on surface pro sleeve

    Matt..Is there room in the surface pro sleeve to carry the charger?
    robertnd2