Here is a running list of some of the more distinct or unique iPad sleeves on the market today. With the iPad outselling most laptop computers at the moment, you may as well do your best to distinguish yours from the crowd; your budget may be the deciding factor at the end of the day. Look for iPad sleeves by Hernik Vibskov, Incase and many others in our latest collection of “Gift Ideas.”
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Expect knitted materials and more on the iPad sleeve from Scandinavia’s Henrik Vibskov line.
Italy’s ZImen worked with Pijama on these stone washed denim iPad sleeves. Made from Italian denim, they show a more relaxed flavor when compared to their leather counterparts. Each piece is hand washed and dyed. Beautiful.
Technically, these were introduced for the iPad 1, but seeing as the form factor is the same…. they are a bit difficult to find today; their unique exterior work makes them stunningly beautiful and eye catching. More than likely they’re only to be found in London. Hunt away…
The pattern on the exterior of this leather iPad pouch tells the full story. Remove the hand strap to make it more masculine (or not). Price-wise? It is up there with the best in luxury iPad cases. We love this one.
Aha! It is rabbit fur. The 3.1 Phillip Lim line delivers this fur number for your iPad. Highly distinct, it will keep luck on your side. We wish that it came in other shades of fur. Hopefully soon.
France’s A.P.C. teamed up with the king of consumer iPad accessories, Incase, on this special edition sleeve, available now. The simple exterior work with the leather trim on the inside keeps it subtle yet highly unique. This is not the only accessory in the A.P.C. x Incase collection. Dig through for more.
Leatherheads, we have not left you behind. The Long Live Alfred leather iPad holder uses a simple leather faster to allow access to the over-sized leather envelope form. Vegetable tanned of course…
Straight from South Africa comes QUAMTA with their ostrich leather iPad pouch. This iPad sleeve opens at the top and remains as simple as possible. While we’re not sure about the padding on the inside, the exterior will keep everyone asking questions for some time.
When Miniot announced their Wood Smart cover around the time of the iPad 2 launch, they flipped the original Apple iPad cover into a wood gem that had everyone gushing. That response remains the same today: each ribbed slat of wood looks gorgeous on or off your iPad. Note: this is not a true case/sleeve, but we could not resist!
Made to suspend from your bicycle’s top-tube, the Fahrer Berlin iPad case keeps your hands free and your iPad semi-safe between your legs while commuting to and from the office. The interior padding will hopefully keep your iPad in check from the asphalt below.