Archival iPad Musette

Archival iPad Musette

Kristen Lubbe
Apr 26, 2010

As an avid cyclist, we're well aware of what a Musette bag is. Musette bags are used on a regular basis during bike races and it has been that way since the inception of cycling. We have atleast four in our house at any given time.

Archival Clothing has taken inspiration from past and present and released their Musette. These aren't be marketed for specific use for an iPad, but, we and GeekSugar agree that they would make great iPad bags. A nice snug fit and an adjustable strap sound like a great way to carry around your iPad.

The Archival Musette bag is available in two styles: with flap and without flap. There are three options for materials: 10 oz waxed cotton musette in navy or dark olive, 22 oz waxed twill musette in tan (and in the future, grey), plain musette (navy, field tan and yellow). The options range in price from $44-$115.

The bags are made of stout, closely woven waxed cotton and military-grade cotton webbing. All edges are bound in waxed cotton tape and all stress points are bar-tacked. Solid brass hardware is used throughout. Handsewn in Oregon. These bags are no fuss, no frills type of bags and that's what we love about them.

You certainly don't have to be a cycling enthusiast to appreciate these bags. Purchasing information available at Archival Clothing.

(Images: Flickr User Archival Clothing)

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