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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  • Inside signature gold lining

    The highlight color is found under the top flap, on the outside of the main pocket, and above the inner opening. The  outer pocket and main bag storage compartment are lined with the durable gold material found in many other WaterField Designs bags. I understand they use gold so that you can easily find the contents in the compartments and it has become a signature feature of their gear. The smaller pocket has soft, padded black material to protect the pocket's contents.

  • Removable shoulder pad

    You can remove and relocate the shoulder pad so that the strap fits you perfectly.

  • Flame accent color

    The outside waxed canvas feels rugged and I understand it softens up and gains character over the years. You can choose from one of six accent colors, including green, flame, copper, pine, pearl, and black. I am a fan of the color orange so I chose to check out the flame-colored bag.

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